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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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A childish cat-and-mouse game that shows situation comedy. The border to dopiness gets crossed several times, but the film rarely gets boring because its many ideas.
Much better direction than the first. Funnier and more whimsical as well. Terrible CGI.
far from the first one.
compared to the previous story, this one sucks
i hope johnnie to can make running out of time 3 with lau ching wan, andy lau, & ekin cheng they work together must be very cool i want to see it..!
This is basically a rehash of the first movie, without Andy Lau. That's not a good thing. Didn't like how they left a few plotlines unsolved, such as Ken's gambling debts and the small romance between Teresa and Ho.
The first one is too good, Ekin Cheng << Andy Lau
Pretty good, but just a tad short from expectations from the 1st one. For some reason it felt this one was filmed on a little lower budget, also the "coin guessing" scenes got abit repetitive, and Inspector Wong Fai was more stupid then funny. Good soundtrack from same composer as Shaolin Soccer, also great song by Ekin Cheng. All in all a strong sequel by Johnnie To.
Just as good as part 1. Ekin does a good job.
It's a bit disappointed. I was hoping it would top the first one. However, it is still a decent movie.