Which kind of brings me back to "The Irishman." I'm hoping Netflix and Scorsese are right, in the sense that you can still make story and actor-driven (male and female) movies and make money today. (I can enjoy, but have a limited quota for whiz-bang and fantasy.) The head of Netflix's movie division says to relax. "If everyone would just be calm and talk through it, over the next few years we'll be able to find the right answer for everyone," Scott Stuber said recently.
OK, so I'm going back to the movie. Still waiting for Pacino to arrive on the scene. If you've seen it, don't text me.
By Bob Gaydos (email address removed)
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