Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
Forgot your password?
Don't have an account? Sign up here
and the Terms and Policies,
and to receive email from Rotten Tomatoes and Fandango.
Already have an account? Log in here
Please enter your email address and we will email you a new password.
No user info supplied.
Loved this. His work is amazing and the documentary is practically a suspense movie. In addition to being a heartfelt look into his art and his dedication to it, it follows his repeated attempts over decades to get one piece to work. It's another great documentary that's essentially about the triumph of spirit. This is for everyone, not just art lovers.
Obviously I was expecting my childhood to be totally ruined, but then I laughed and kept laughing and it was all ok. Really funny even and now I wish I'd seen it in 3D. The fact that I was spared emotional turmoil upon seeing women in leading roles must be some kind of miracle.
Well, that was messed up. It's a dark look at a toxic friendship and the descent of one character into... well we don't know really. Depression, psychosis, both? The score and direction build tension with a lot of closeups on unnerving facial expressions that can be hard to interpret. Both actresses were great, if not uncomfortable to watch.
The City doesn't permit people to be single; if found single, they are taken to a hotel for a 45-day period during which they have to find a partner. If they fail, they're turned into the animal of their choice. It's dark, amusing, and twisted... just fantastically f'ed up in general.
3.5 stars. Netflix rated this highly and I was skeptical, but she's actually pretty interesting. I don't know how she does anything with those crazy bracelets on.