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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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What great performances but not just the leads but almost everybody in this movie. Adam Driver delivered the best performance I've seen all year, while Laura Dern deserves praise for a role that you can't take your eyes off of. Scarlett seems like an actress that most actors want to work with. She is so gracious in pulling you in but also letting everything else in the scene just work. This is a film that you can't ignore. At its core, it's about the absurdity of the divorce process and if there was hope to work it out, when certain elements come into play there is just no turning back. The film gets some comedic lift with the NY vs. LA rivalry...there is just so much space in LA. I'll be turning back to this film for years to come to put into perspective, life and love. A definite must-watch.
YOWO. You only watch once. Before diving into the length of this film (spoiler, it could be 20 minutes shorter) I would like to present other issues with the film. First of all the casting, "The Irishman" starring Robert De Niro....is there no Irish actors that could pull of this role? I would have enjoyed seeing some fresh faces that could better portray the characters throughout there lives without the need of face enhancement technology. Which begs the question, should "The Irishman" be included in the animated feature segment at the Oscars? While this facial technology is undoubtedly better the John Goodman in the "Righteous Gemstones" it still didn't work for me. Too many De Niro classic faces while he is younger (you know the face.) After rewatching "Raging Bull" really this doesnt really look like young De Niro. At one point in the film De Niro is beating up somebody on the street and it looks like a 70-year-old man with a 35-year-old face barely able to move. The story is great, and a fascinating subject in Jimmy Hoffa. Laying out new details that seem like they could be true in regards to his dissapernace. It makes you feel like you are viewing another lense into the "Goodfellas" universe but ultimately doesn't live up to the hype for me. Good for one Saturday morning watch.
Better then Scream. Good R rated spoof. Shorty is not as fun as remembered and plays a jar jar binks like character. Has to make you laugh at least twice though.
It has enough to enjoy. Some suspense, frights, and laughs. When the moments right throw on scream and enjoy. Is this how kids are in high school? Plenty of plot holes but that’s part of the fun.
It's not perfect...but certainly spectacular. While not entirely historically accurate it puts you into the horror and life of the haves and have nots of the roman empire. This is a great rewatchable film for any action/historical buff. Great acting by Crow and Phoenix with the Ridley Scott touch. Highly reccomend to anybody.