Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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This season hits you hard early with images of a beaten, occupied United States. If it feels a little lighter in the middle it's only saving up to hit you hard at the end.
great concept. photographically brilliant.
This show is a slow burn but is worth it by the end of the first season as all the plot points come to a head. I really enjoyed it.
I love the pace and production values of this show. Very watchable.
A character placed thriller with lots of imagination and fine performances.
This is the best series that Ive since since Breaking Bad. I sure hope Amazon starts it up again..
I think every one under the age of 40 needs to see this. To see what its like to try and live by the rules of another country that considers you less than them. And has the absolute power to walk up to ANYONE and just shoot or kidnap and torture you arbitrarily.....
A fun Alternate History Series. Does a good job world building
Takes a bit to get going, but once you hit half way, its extremely hard to stop watching.
A faithful adaptation of PKD's novel. This season can be slow at times due to this reason.
I almost stopped watching after season 1 episode 2: one Nazi, with one pistol kills a group of men with machine guns; the cameras stay zoomed in so that the audience can't view the environment and other minor issues.