Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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The making of the movie is good. The directing OKish and the cast is great and performs well.
However, the story is an anti-climax one. Amenábar builds an atmosphere that promises a lot more than it delivers. In the end, it is just the only logical and down to earth story with unrolls well but it just drives the spectator to boredom.
Good from the philosophical and logical point of view. Bad from the show perspective.
A movie with a difficult story and interesting plot. A gift for the cast and a McAvoy who performs great.
Don't watch it if you don't have a deep skin and tons of sense of humor since it is quite disturbing but enjoyable at times ...
Quite an example of the humor in UK but not just that ...
Let's get to the point. This is bad.
A dystopian future full of conspiracies in which we throw the typical ingredients thinking that, magically, would make a good movie: teenagers, zombies, a "Mad-Max"-like desert and a stupid story in which main characters and their enemies behave stupidly at every step.
Quite a forgettable one ...
Quite a disappointment. I was expecting much more from this movie but the story is just boring and uninteresting. Jared Leto makes a good performance (the movie is just tailored for him) and they are also good Kruger and, specially, Regbo and Temple.
However, as I said, the story is quite pointless. The movie finishes and you just feel like you have watched a bad joke without purpose.
Ghost in the Shell plots have always being really complicated and difficult to follow.
This movie is not an exception but the plot this time is artificially complicated and without much sense that allows to follow.
For the rest, I'm not a fan of the new style but I acknowledge its own right for evolution, I would just wish that the story would have been smarter.