Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Prime example of how rich kids living a glamorous lifestyle can self-destruct. Robert DowneyJr plays the role of a drug addict and does so brilliantly. One might imagine that playing that character wouldn't be difficult considering his real life struggles with drugs.
Fantastic movie. Exceptional acting, and a story that is real and unexagerrrated in the way it is portrayed. It tells of how a family members death can tear a family apart. Macabre-like in a sense, and may not appeal to people who lean towards comedies. Near the conclusion, where Donald Sutherland is weeping at his dining room table (telling his wife that he doesn't know if he loves her anymore), is one of the best acting scenes I have ever seen. That scene presents about as real a dialogue as you will ever find.
I think Jeff Bridges is superb in this film. Robin Williams also plays a very interesting role as a broken man revitalized. Bridges character has some redeeming value as well.
Unique plot. I think it's an underrated film that got overlooked. Kathy Bates is one of the more versatile actresses in Hollywood (have you seen Misery?)
I thought this was one of Eastwood's better performances. The movie wasn't huge at the box-office, but his cop-character was as stellar as ever. He heroically tracks a serial killer, and the chase scene in the end is memorable.