Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Last 30 minutes are good. The rest is too slow.
This is not for the viewer who doesn't understand Quentin Tarantino's unique filmmaking style -- unconventional, disjointed, random, abstract, confusing and brilliant. The casting was on point and the ending much better than I expected. Thoroughly enjoyable.
Chapter 9 in Tarantinoverse. Superb writing and directing as you'd expect. Minimal Quentin violence but when it came it didn't disappoint. Long but never seemed like it. If you are a fan you'll like it.
Absolute rubbish. Fine acting, lost to script that read like an adolescent schoolboy fantasy.
This is another Quentin Master Piece. I love the way he deconstructed the Mansion Murders. All the actors are amazingly talented. You must see this Movie.
If you live Tarantino you'll love this movie!
It was confusing and strange
Loved the story and acting. The movie kept me guessing and loved the ending.
Story arcs The best ending though very gory
A little slow but good drama scenes