Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Incredibly unrealistic on every level. Most of the grittiness is channelled into characters' treatment of each other. Horrible rich white people and horrible rich black people. Great fashion though.
I knew a fat girl like this in high school and she turned out to be one of the worst people I had known in my life
ariannahiggins4 August 2019
I get the feeling this movie is the project of some right wing producer, to exemplify all that's wrong with the modern "PC culture" or to undermine it. Underneath, these people like Sierra (within 5 minutes she scores point at having *two* black friends already- so, naturally she is morally superior to everyone else), who project this academic-moral superiority lack any sort of profound, novel thoughts or true character and are often more diabolical than the popular pretty people, who are human after all and as teens, dealing with tough issues at home etc. I had a close friend (I thought) in high school who acted and looked a lot like Sierra and turned out to be the worst person I had ever befriended all these decades later for various reasons. Sierra, the main character symbolizes nightmarishly all that's wrong with modern society and the education system-its intellectual taudriness and glorification of memorization and dead "knowledge", paucity of innovation, lack of imagination, authoritarian tendencies, glorification of socioeconomic privilege and dismissal of socioeconomics, general narcissism, spite and lack of courage or true depth. My god that constant smirk- it's inhuman. Is the actress trying to be cute? Campy? I couldn't finish this movie but I will have dreams about choking her fat neck.