SPOILER ALERT: There may be subtle spoilers to Netflix’s “The Irishman” in the article below.

Guillermo del Toro is head over heels for Martin Scorsese’s new movie.

“The Irishman” premieres globally on Netflix on Nov. 1, but the handful of people who have seen the movie following its premiere at the New York Film Festival have great things to say. Enter del Toro.

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The “Shape of the Water” filmmaker gushed over Scorsese’s new work in a Twitter thread on Monday. “The film is a mausoleum of myths: a Funereal monument that stands to crush the bones beneath it,” he wrote. “Granite is meant to last but we still turn to dust inside it.”

“It’s the anti ‘My Way’ (played in every gangster wedding in the world). Regrets they had more than few,” Del Toro continued. “The road cannot be undone and we all face the balance at the end. Even the voice-over recourse has De Niro trailing off into mumbled nonsense.”

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“The Irishman” stars Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Ray Romano and more. It originally premiered at the New York Film Festival on Sept. 27.

Read del Toro’s entire thread of tweets below.