Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Hey. Just because this reallly is super rotten doesn't mean it's not fun. There are some character twists and turns that're pretty good, plus French culture makes it less predictable about who'll likely live and who'll die. And it's blissfully short - like they didn't make me sit through a torturous 2 hrs to get to the end, only a torturous 1 hr. 15 min.
This thing has gobs of drama and it's nice to see a travel abroad story done well, and when watching it I thought there's no way they can top the second chapter and they did it, but only by being grotesque and not self-reflective.
I like me some Mary Elizabeth Winstead ... but otherwise ... you know ... .it's a good premise but already the third movie. Plus ... they "changed history" when the kid's camera didn't drop on to the tracks. So what happened there?
I like the lead lady and her brother and several of the other characters, too. But the story is kind of ham-fisted.
The most unbelievable thing is that the school has the funding for equipment that could produce time travel. Batches of liquid protons can't come cheap, you know!