Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Above average late-era Eurowestern with great lead chemistry and reliable support. Gianni Ferrio's theme song gets repeated too often in its lyric version, but the score is otherwise a nice mix of folk elements with organ vamps and jazz. The cinematography by Joe D'Amato is actually quite good, anticipating action and capturing movement with a surprising degree of variation in setups. If you are burned out on Trinity imitations, this has a less wacky vibe and more quality production than many more purely derivative efforts.