Reviewers are on the high end of the scale, when they distribute grades to Martin Scorseses "The Irishman".
The Danish reviewers are generally very positive about Martin Scorseses new gangster movie "The Irishman".
At Jyllands-Posten is a full plate with six out of six stars.
- With "The Irishman" shows Scorsese with the sublime superiority and seemingly effortless ease, how do you cut an epic drama of more than 200 minutes, writes reviewer Katherine Boysen.
the Film is about the merciless hitman Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran played by Robert De Niro. He is the key figure in a drama about the mafia's role in the mystery of the missing fagforeningsboss Jimmy Hoffa, played by Al Pacino.
the newspaper Politiken, Kim Skotte points out that it is something of "a dream team of old hjemmedrenge".
- of Course, with Harvey Keitel and Robert De Niro in the lead role. But it is Joe Pesci as mafiabagmanden and Frank's mentor, Russell Bufalino, who, along with Al Pacino gets "The Irishman" sparks of fire, writes the Scotsman, who signs with four out of six hearts.
the Same dom sounds from Berlingskes Kristian Lindberg, who believes that Marsbahis Scorsese "repeats itself on good and evil".
- With this grandiose magnus opus, I have for the first time, a feeling that Martin Scorsese has played his cards too safely.
- It is sometimes as if you can count taktslagene before nakkeskuddet fall, and you get stedvist want to shout the point, within gammelfar get moslet to finish with vitsen, he writes.
the Danish newspaper distribution reviewer Jeppe Christensen calls "The Irishman" "epic".
He believes that the film, despite konspirationsteoretiske a row "first and foremost, is a tale of loyalty, failure, and everything's impermanence". He gives five out of six stars.
From the Information distributing Christian Mongaard not grades, but writing, among other things:
"The Irishman" is a fascinating film. It is not Martin Scorseses best, or most intense, but it is one of his most mature. It adds itself beautifully to mesterinstruktørens continued exploration of and narrative on the modern UNITED states and the american man, for good and perhaps evil.
"The Irishman" is set to premiere in Danish cinemas on Thursday and come already on Netflix the 27. november.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 22 November 2019, 23:01