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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Best ever romantic comedy! The comedic aspects are always front and center as the romantic arc unfolds. I have never laughed so hard while watching a dramatic moment. SPOILER ALERT: When he tells her he is falling in love with her, she asks why he is sleeping with other woman, so he asks if he is supposed to remain celibate while he basks in the warmth of her annihilating contempt. This movie will appeal to anyone with an education who likes to laugh as it is a truly intelligent movie.
Enjoyable romance flick.
Loved how he found a justification for studying philosophy
cool film with a slow pace for any intellectual viewer
Mildly pleasant rom-com with the good message that treated women like sex objects who must be tricked into sex is not a good thing.
An enjoyable indie rom-com
Nice insight into the male psyche and how to be a player. How do overweight underachievers score chicks? Hold out for 20 minutes and she'll be chasing you for the last 5.
Sharply observed and well-written film about a lothario falling in love. Funny and sweet.
I've got a soft spot for this one. Logue's likable womanizer has just enough pathos to save the movie from careening into a celebration of everything the film is ultimately against. Greer Goodman is overmatched here and the opening title sequence was outdated when the film premiered. But the witty script and the underlying honoring of real goodness and moral excellence keep this one fresh, even on repeat viewings.
If you like this kind of guy, which is liike a deconstructive "larry the cable guy" with a lot less ambition and no real good attitude...maybe chics like fat men.