‘A Hidden Life’ is one of the greatest films made in recent years, brought to us by one of the world’s great directors.
‘The Irishman’ was an extraordinary triumph for Martin Scorsese and three cinematic legends at its heart: De Niro, Pesci and Pacino.
‘Black 47’ was a worthy effort in trying to tell the story of the Irish Famine, but ultimately fell short.
Creed II was another brilliant component of a truly great film saga. It had a deeper meaning beyond pugilism, though, and this is worth considering.