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The new Quentin Tarantino movie "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" was a 3 hour long, boring disappointment. Well acted and shot but lacking in story and action. Save your money and go re-watch "Pulp Fiction" or "Kill Bill 1&2" for the 20th time.
Great acting and original concept but an infuriating, lazy ending that left me feeling like I just wasted 2 hours. The suspense builds and builds and then, finally as payoff is about to hit... end credits. What??? Are we the audience expected to do the writer's job for them? Ridiculous. With a proper ending, equal to the rest of the plot, this could've been a 4 star film.
Watching this was like taking all the stress of the worst day of my life, multiplying it by 10, and then reliving it in movie form. Yeah it was well acted but how is this entertainment?
Excellent! Like a cross between The Avengers and Star Wars. Being relatively obscure characters, I honestly didn't have any interest in this when I first heard about it but it turned out to be the best Marvel movie of the year!
Finally, after 60 years, we have a serious, good, high budget Godzilla movie. This is exactly the way I wished these movies were made since I was a kid watching TV during CBS's annual "Monster Week". Instead of devolving into campy WWE style monster fights to try to get a laugh from the 5 year olds in the audience, this movie takes itself seriously. When Godzilla appears (finally), he lives up to the hype, kicking ass, and leaving a wake of destruction like you can barely imagine. It's not perfect though. Terrible decision to cast Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen as the main characters. I think their styles are better suited for less dramatic roles. Godzilla, Bryan Cranston, and Juliette Binoche could have used a LOT more screen time. There will probably be a sequel from the success of this one and I'm already looking forward to it. 8 out of 10. Probably not "movie of the year" but at least it's the best Godzilla film ever made. Definitely see this one on the big screen while you can.