For Millennials. By Millennials.
Netflix’s ‘The Irishman’, directed by the amazing Martin Scorcese, released a few days ago. Starring Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci, Al Pacino, Bobby Cannavale, and Ray Romano on-screen created a glorious experience. Well, our favorite human-horse also managed to fit into the equation and made us laugh like always. Was Bojack Horseman the fourth lead in The Irishman?
The movie was phenomenal. Every scene was made perfectly and the story-telling was also flawless. It depicts the reality of mobster gangs and the melancholic life of Frank Sheeran played by Robert De Niro.
Critics and audiences absolutely loved the film.
There are 209 minutes in “The Irishman” and not one of them is wasted.Top Critic
Bojack Horseman just shared the OG film poster
Remember that horse from the 90’s show Horsin’ Around? Yes, Netflix character Bojack Horseman. We love him because he makes us laugh even while we wait for the second part of his show’s final season.
Bojack himself is a renowned actor who has worked in huge films like Secretariat.
Well, he was a part of the gang in The Irishman and he just revealed the original poster. We are in love with the poster and the animated characters.
wanted to share the original poster for the irishman before i got cut for time so the movie coudl b a normal length wonder how long it ended up being pic.twitter.com/YmGpwVCSqa
— BoJack Horseman (@BoJackHorseman) November 27, 2019
Bojack Horseman’s jab at the duration of ‘The Irishman’
In case you didn’t notice, Bojack also shared why he couldn’t make it into the final film. He said it got way too long so his scenes had to be cut out so it could be ‘normal length.’
“wonder how long it ended up being” he added. Well, the movie duration is 3 hours and 30 minutes. Yes, three ‘hours’ AND another half hour.
We can count on only one fictional character to crack a joke about it and that too with such finesse- Bojack Horseman. His constant comic appearances are keeping us going while we wait for his final performance on his show which premieres on Netflix, January 2020.