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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Incredibly insightful, and that is all I need to say about it, really.
Oh my, yes. We could surely use more of this kind of moebiusian animations. In this particular one everything is on its place: visuals, of course, story, miniature yet epic, and synthwave soundtrack to complete it. If only the voices were not recorded so porely...
It is funny and pleasent as a viewing expirience, but seeing it can also result in annoying flashbacks from the second "Jumanji" movie, from which it, as it seems to me, derives a lot. Life-action version of teenage Dora is something to behold, truely, but her companions are nowhere as interesting as her, and the main plot twist is predictible as hell.
For such an action-packed movie, it leaves you with suprising feeling that nothing really happened in this movie. It starts where it ends, has no iteresting plot twists and the only change that we really observe on-screen is slight evolution of the protagonist. But we are also provided with a glimpse into possible future of space exploration, which a value in itself.
Oh, you negative nacncies you. Modern audience, it seems, is unable to apreciate Disney recreations of cult classics, but I, for one, do. Granted, contemporary retelling od this famous love story lacks some magic of the original, but its is not a reason to not enjoy it.