Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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I don't know if it is a great advertisement and a critic to the system but, anyway, it's funny.
Between 2.5 and 3. Far away from brightness of the books, but tries to be funny.
It loses part of the simplicity of the original story (and the songs, and some mythic characters), and maybe it is too "familiar", but it tells another, more modern story, takes the magic from the original and recovers our sense of miracles. For me, it is a good work.
Malick uses his always marvelous sense of photography, but the narrative is linear, has more meaning and does not make you feel in an endless movie.
Sometimes it looks a mix of many things (the environment is very achieved) in a story that becomes not very clear, but the atmosphere catches you, somehow.
Despiste mixing two stories, the loyal sense to the original one makes the movie go on.
The movie is not the best of the world, but the real story behind these journalists deserves a watch.