Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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I absolutely love this movie. It's touching and interesting all at once and will always be a favorite of mine. I definitely recommend it.
The first two stories were better than the last one. The third story was just terrible. The over all concept of the movie is interesting and could have been so much better had the stories been connected in some mysterious way to make it all seem more coherent.
Please don't start watching this movie with the idea of seeing a horror movie, it really isn't. It's not about being scared, but about unraveling the misteries of how the patients see the world and speculating about the few unsolved gaps.
Really liked the stories in this movie. There are three overall. My two favorites are the first two. A must -see for horror fans.
This movie tried WAY too hard to be like The Twilight Zone but failed.
Very disappointing. I liked the cast, but there is nothing good to say about the execution of this film.
some segments better than others, but overall not a bad watch.
This is a film comprised of 3 different stories all about different mental patients and their stories.
It kept dragging on and it numbed my brain to a pulp. Story needed some work for sure. But what was there was good. But I think there needed to be a better director. I think that was the case with this film, the director didn't mold this clay correctly
The worst, most boring, lame piece of turd.