Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Under appreciated. Comedic intricacies can only be appreciated after second viewing.
I could only watch 25 minutes before realizing it was just not going to cut it
Hilarious! I loved it. So glad I didn't trust the reviews by the top critics.
I actually thought Holmes And Watson was funny. It's underrated and completely stupid too.
It sucked, thank God I did not pay to watch this movie
Sublime. Incredible cast full of surprises and the timeless true comedy we've come to expect of John C. Rielly and Will Ferrell. A thing of beauty.
Despite what the critics say, I chuckled all the way through this movie. My type of humor I guess.
In the film, there is neither context nor opportunity, nor originality nor grace. It is a disaster in every way. Cohen's great contribution to the character is that in Holmes & Watson the detective is a pure idiot. That is accompanied by another idiot, around another idiot court. A two fools even more dumb with situations and jokes of minimal quality around sex, eschatology and imbecilit
Some really funny parts but overall it tries too hard. Seems like it shouldn't be a real movie. More of an SNL skit
i dislike this movie