Once Upon a Time ...in Hollywood (2019)

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Directed By Quentin Tarantino Quentin Tarantino Starring Leonardo DiCaprio Leonardo DiCaprio  •  Brad Pitt Brad Pitt  •  Margot Robbie Margot Robbie  •  Emile Hirsch Emile Hirsch  •  Margaret Qualley Margaret Qualley Genres Black Comedy  •  Comedy Drama  •  Drama  •  Period Film  •  Showbiz Comedy  •  Showbiz Drama Studios &
Golden Globe Nominated  •  Academy Award Nominated  •  Academy Award Best Picture Nominated  •  Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay Nominated  •  Academy Award Best Cinematography Nominated  •  Academy Award for Best Production Design Nominated  •  Academy Award for Best Production Design Winning  •  Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Winning  •  Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture Winning
Other Titles Once Upon a Time in Hollywood  •  Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood Release Info 2019-05-21T00:00:00Z May 21, 2019
Color  •  161 minutes R Rated R
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Comments (10)


RussIsHere on 8/30/2019 Reply  · 

Wanted to like this more than I ultimately did. some scenes are definitely QT at his best, Pitt and DiCaprio are great. Robbie is very good (though underutilized). Just wanted it to come together as a stronger whole

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ear on 9/1/2019 Reply  · 

Not a bad film but definitely not Tarantino's best work. The film has good acting and great cinematography but it has a disjointed storyline and a very sluggish pace that is just a set up for a violent ending that is kind of ridiculous but gives the film it's fable title.

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ayanesh on 9/3/2019 Reply  · 

To those who are complaining that the film is sluggish and has no plot..this film is in the vein of 2001,Blade Runner, etc where the plot is not relevant.It is all about the experience and the characters. This is a film that will age very well and will be seen as a masterpiece in years to come. It gets better with every rewatch. Plus, the more you know about the pop-culture of 1969 and the characters of that era, the better.

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ayanesh on 11/24/2019 Reply  · 

Keeps getting better after every rewatch. It is Tarantino's most emotional, mature & complex film. It is a story about characters questioning their mortality & getting old in Hollywood and will be seen as a masterpiece in years to come.

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Eagleskywalker87 on 4/9/2020 Reply  · 

As someone who isn't a big Tarantino fan, I did really like this movie. Leo and Brad Pratt are fantastic. The production is flawless. The setting, the cinematography, all of the colours leap off the screen. And it has some really great individual scenes, Rick Dalton has an interesting character arc and how it comes together in the end is kinda intelligent. Unfortunately, the entire movie just runs for too long and the Sharon Tate stuff does adds nothing.

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Crapbaskets123 on 10/17/2022 Reply  · 

To be fair, it's much like Inglorious Basterds where it's based on real life. It's a buildup that you follow with the knowledge of what actually happens in real life, and then rips the rug from under

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ayanesh on 4/12/2020 Reply  · 

For people commenting about Sharon Tate's arc, the movie does not work without it.She is the dramatic engine of the movie, as you know she is going to die on August 9th.That's why just watching her live her life is so heartbreaking as you know it's about to end on August 9th. There is also a thematic link here as Sharon is at the beginning of her career & Rick & Cliff being are at the end of there's and how heartbreaking it is when either one ends.Anyway that's just my opinion .

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cine_matic on 9/27/2021 Reply  · 

Those aren't opinions, those are straight facts and are what most people don't seem to get. This movie is brilliant and I loved every second of it.

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Kreimold on 6/10/2020 Reply  · 

All over the place. Bad.

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durden99 on 12/19/2022 Reply  · 

Horrible taste you have. This is a big masterpiece, one of Tarantino's best

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