Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Dark Shadows is a black comedy visual pleaser, however the story is on the basic side. Burton aims high but it doesn't find it's audience or genre. Definitely not a bad film, but it's not bursting from the shadows either
Jackie Brown is the sweetest of the Tarantino film tribe, rewarding the viewer with each watch. It's a witty and more mature movie, even if a bit tame in parts. The cast is on point with sassy Grier leading the way!
Reservoir Dogs put Tarantino on the map with a bang. His directorial debut is brash, clever and unrelenting, making it a must see. Yes, it's a wordy action film, but it'll even make you grin from ear to ear!
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a throwback to Tarantino's earlier work, beautifully crafted and persuasive. DiCaprio and Pitt together for the first time guarantees success. Enjoy the fairytale!
Red Sea Diving Resort unfortunately doesn't do the true events justice, with flat characters and generic representation. A lot of political issues are left unmentioned resulting in it being a bit of a dive.