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.
Entertaining and visually exciting, this film is well directed and features a very charasmatic performance from Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
I called the first Avengers film one of the best super hero movies ever made, and I still think that it is. This sequel has some fantastic action sequences and amazing visual effects but, unfortunately, it gets bogged down with too much soapy and at times esoteric dialogue scenes that drains the pace. It's still very entertaining, even with the addition of all the new characters which prove to be very difficult to follow and becomes distracting.
Visually exciting but narratively confusing, I've tried to get through this a couple of times now. Sometimes, director Terry Gilliam's obviously very fertile imagination just gets away from him.
Virtually a one man show highlighting Chris Diamantopoulos's adequate skills. It's like watching Bear Grylis meets Predator meets Cloverfield. Lots of hand held, vertigo inducing camera work, the story tends to telegraph itself. It's a low budget Canadian made creature feature that sort of runs out of steam after the 2nd act.
This is an amusing film. I didn't laugh out loud, but I did smile through most of it. It has a great cast and Ezra Miller and a nearly unrecognizable Tilda Swinton were real stand outs for me. Amy Schumer is funny but this is just a long TV skit with high quality production values and a great guest list. I think that, given time, she'll be sort of be forgotten.