Disappointing on multiple fronts, not the movie which I haven't seen yet, but the production and roll out. I don't have a Netflix account, but that doesn't change my opinion as I would like to see the film on an actual movie screen. The secondary issue is the extremely limited roll out. In Chicago, there are three options, one in a far north suburb and one in the city for one week only, a third in a nearby suburb for three days Thanksgiving Day weekend. 17 days total in the state of Illinois. This is primarily due to the fact that Netflix is showing this film on their service within the next few weeks, and theatres to protect their business need a gap between theatre availability and streaming/DVD availability. The primary issue is the fact that Marty choose to make this film using a very expensive "de-aging" process, which only Netflix was willing to bankroll. This article explains the process and impact on the film. This film spans a period of decades. There is no doubt Scorsese would have been able to fund this film if produced under a traditional method of using other actors to play younger versions, and allow his three primary veteran actors to play the last decade or two. Robert De Niro was excellent as a young Marlon Brando in Godfather II. They would have been able to roll this out in an actual nationwide release, allowing longtime fans of their work to see it at the movies for their likely final collaboration. I'll be able to see the film next week. I am not sure if I will be neutral or actually dislike the way the film looks and feels. I created this thread for others to share their opinion, both pre and post viewing, regarding the roll out and impact of this process on the film.