10 Movies Like The Irishman

Frank Sheeran, also known as “The Irishman,” is a man who constantly has a lot of things running through his thoughts. He is also known as “The Irishman.” During the Second World War, the former senior official of a labor organization, who subsequently turned out to be a hitman, obtained his skills as an assassin while serving in Italy.

As he thinks back on his life and the hits that defined his career in the mafia, he keeps in touch with the Bufalino criminal family. In particular, the role that he claims to have had in the disappearance of his close friend Jimmy Hoffa, who had been the previous president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and who vanished under mysterious circumstances in late July 1975, when he was 62 years old.

Similar Movies To The Irishman

1. ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST


Because McMurphy has a history of engaging in unlawful behavior, the court has chosen to penalize him. This decision was made because he has once again gotten himself into trouble. McMurphy makes the claim that he is mad in order to escape having to carry out any labor while he is confined; thus, he is placed in a facility for people who are mentally ill as a result of this allegation. As soon as McMurphy checks into the asylum, he…

2. Joker


Arthur Fleck is a person who aspires to be a stand-up comedian but who struggles with several different mental conditions. Because he suffers from one of these diseases, he cannot control his laughter whenever he feels anxious. As a result, he frequently finds himself in precarious circumstances that might end in tragedy. Arthur's mental health is the primary reason why practically everyone in society does not accept him and looks down on him, even though all he wants is to…

3. NAKED


A stunning undercover agent who is doing a mission in Mexico is armed with a gun, but she has absolutely little help and she is unable to escape the circumstances she is in. She is forced to use all of her abilities, mental and physical, in order to overcome a playboy counterfeiter and the sadist who works for him. She has no other option. Cara Landry, an FBI agent, has been tasked with gathering intel on Damian Medina, the proprietor…

4. THE KING OF COMEDY


Rupert Pupkin is obsessed with the concept of breaking through in the field of comedy and becoming famous. However, when he approaches Jerry Langford, the host of his favorite talk show, with a request to play on Jerry's program, Jerry does nothing more than give him the runaround. Jerry is his favorite talk show presenter. Jerry is a role model for him. On the other hand, he does not give up and keeps following Jerry until he gets what he…

5. CHRISTINE


In the year 1957, the city of Detroit produces a red Plymouth Fury that is involved in two accidents, one of which is deadly, while it is still in the assembly line. Arnold "Arnie" Cunningham, an outcast and tormented geek, is catching a ride with his best and only buddy Dennis Guilder when he discovers the wrecked automobile for sale in a garden. This takes place twenty-one years after the events of the original story. The moment Arnie sees the…

6. The Silence of the Lambs


Jodie Foster's F.B.I. trainee Clarice Starling seeks to disguise her West Virginia roots. After graduation, she wants to join Jack Crawford's Behavioral Science Unit (Scott Glenn). Crawford asks her to interview serial cannibal Hannibal Lecter (Sir Anthony Hopkins). Clarice learns that Lecter's mission is to investigate the serial murder case of "Buffalo Bill" (Ted Levine), who drowned and skinned five young ladies in the eastern U.S. She thinks Crawford chose her to anger Lecter. After her initial interaction with Lecter,…

7. Falling Down


William "D-Fens" Foster (Michael Douglas) is attempting to find a way to visit his estranged ex-wife (Barbara Hershey) on the day of his daughter's birthday (Joey Singer). In a traffic congestion in Los Angeles, he had a breakdown and chooses to walk. Mister Lee (Michael Paul Chan), the proprietor of a convenience shop, refuses to pay him any money for a phone call he makes while on his way. Because of this, William becomes unstable and ends up smashing the…

8. DOG DAY AFTERNOON


Sonny, a Vietnam veteran turned bank robber, held a Chase Manhattan Bank branch in Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York, at gunpoint in August 1972 in order to steal enough money ($2500) for his "wife" (Leon, a trans woman; the two, according to an onscreen TV news report, were married in a church by a priest who was defrocked shortly after, although Leon says to the police that Sal is "married and has children") to undo his crime. It is true that…

9. THE DARK KNIGHT


In this film, which takes place approximately one year after the events of Batman Begins (2005), Batman, Lieutenant James Gordon, and new District Attorney Harvey Dent begin to effectively collect up the criminals that plague Gotham City. This film also stars Anne Hathaway as Barbara Gordon. Their attempts, however, are thwarted when a mysterious and vicious criminal mastermind who goes by the name "The Joker" shows up in Gotham and causes a fresh wave of devastation. The fight between Batman…

10. You Were Never Really Here


The weathered Joe, a traumatized Gulf War veteran who is now an unrelenting hired gun and who lives with his fragile elderly mother, has just accomplished yet another successful assignment. He is balancing between frantic dreamy hallucinations of a troubled past and a gloomy bewildering present. Nina, the naive 13-year-old daughter of an ambitious New York senator, never returns home. The enforcer, who specializes in recovering missing teens and has a reputation for being a brutal man of results, will…