Movie Review: Scorsese’s The Irishman Is Stunning Cinema
Don't expect to find Frank Sheeran's name on Angie's List when searching for a house painter. He's not that kind of contractor. But if you happen to irk a mobster, Frank will indeed be at your door ready to paint — your walls — with your blood. Clean-up is no problem.
Thus begins The Irishman - based on Charles Brandt's Sheeran biography, I Heard You Paint Houses. Read more about Martin Scorsese's a stunning achievement that is up there with Clint Eastwood's Unforgiven - a cinematic gem doubling as an outlet for a Hollywood icon in need of repenting for a career spent glamorizing murderous thugs.