Why Martin Scorsese Dismissed Marvel & Old Hollywood

It’s easy to view Martin Scorsese as an Old Hollywood reactionary in light of his widely reported dismissal of Marvel films as “not cinema.” But he’s really a New Hollywood voice denigrating a conventional movie-making model that’s been around for 40 years.

Martin Scorsese’s latest movie, The Irishman, is an ambitious and risky endeavor made with Netflix, the leading New…

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