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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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There are moments, but for the most part this movie is unfunny and awkwardly staged.
Boy oh boy. Complete mess of a story, boring characters, and an aesthetic that sometimes stuns and sometimes feels torn between 70s kitsch and modern blockbuster. If this wasn't Star Wars it'd be quickly swept under the rug.
The melodrama occasionally dips into treacle, but the power of the storytelling and conviction of the actors makes it worth it.
Some charming sight gags and solid camerawork, but the script is just so ho-hum and low-effort.
An endless first act adds up to very little, only somewhat redeemed by a few committed performances (Eva Green standing out as usual) and some surprisingly creepy visuals.