Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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A decent adaption of a film that is made to make you feel uncomfortable.
Flawed but somewhat interesting. I suppose it just gets out of hand thematically.
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My favorite character was the hustler.
It is more of a topic that enchanted me than actual movie progression.
This is a film about a dark subject, someone who finds out about a man's terrible secret past, but not to do anything about it. Ian McKellen is great in it.
Adapted from the Stephen King short story this is one of those perfect 90's DVD jobs, you get a pizza, put this on for a Friday night and will be entertained. If you try to examine the plausibility too much it will be found wanting, but with some decent performances from actors probably too good for the source and Singer cutting his teeth before he just churned out terrible X-Men sequels, this is worth the effort.
Jo jedan slu?aj polovi?nog skrnavljenja i "makazovanja" odli?ne novele. Polovina scena je lepo prenesena i izgleda uverljivo, dok je druga polovina (to zbog PC-ja, to zbog Parental Advisory-ja) mlaka i neuverljiva.
Excels at being creepy, but not everything feels wholly tied together. Feels a bit hokey at times as well.
Such an underrated film! Brad Renfro and Ian McClellan are stunning in the film and it's a really edgy script about a Nazi war criminal hiding in a boys neighbourhood. The boy recognizes the man from his history books and gets a first hand account of what it was like to be the evil Nazi rather than the victim.