From the goofy love of “The Politician” and “The Morning Show” to the inexcusable snubs of “When They See Us” and female directors, our annual Golden Globes bitch fest.
The roots of the Kennedy conspiracy underlying Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman,” which hits Netflix on Nov. 27.
The film icon and star of “The Irishman” sat down with Marlow Stern to discuss his beautiful new film with Scorsese, the Dems’ 2020 chances, and why Trump has gotta go—and fast.
The theory, apparently, began with his good pal—and “The Irishman” director—Martin Scorsese.
Those who know the details of the Hoffa case can only wonder why Scorsese would invest so much in this questionable story.
The lingering weight of violence on a person’s conscience and soul, especially as they near death, is central to the auteur’s new mob movie—a triumphant culmination of his career.
Todd Phillips’ supervillain origin story, which made its premiere at the Venice Film Festival, sees the Joker square off against a Trumpian politician—and ignite class warfare.