Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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A fumbled attempt at what would've been a interesting villain in The Mandarin, everything else in this shines through RDJ's preformance and Shane Black's awesome direction.
Hello sequelitis! Facny meeting you here.
Do you love giant fighting robots? Then you'll love this. I love giant fighting robots. So I loved this. This is also the best American adaptation of a anime that never existed.
You ever tried to eat toast before it's been finished cooking in the toaster, only to realize that there's no butter and you have, like...slightly warm bread that only makes you disappointed and you want to put it back in but you've already eaten it so why even bother? Yeah, that's this film.
A shining diamond in a dark, brooding, muddy, and boring DCEU. Patty Jenkins should be given the keys to the castle and steer the ship that is the DCEU.