Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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first of all, how they dare to talk about history without knowing, if you don't know for sure DONT TALK ABOUT IT, they said terrible and incorrect things about Che Guevara. The character building is kind of stereotypical, the rebel teenager gay who is a social justice warrior, the teenage boy who just cares about his looks, the mom and the cuban grandma that is the most stereotypical of them all.
Plus, the fact that just the grandma was born and raised on cuba, but the others on the family still call themselves cubans Â¿Â¿?? you can't be latin or cuban if you didn't were raised there, cultures are about shared experiences not about accent, food or language.
But, if you can get beyond this and the recorded laughter, the plot is good, it made me laugh and cry, i enjoyed it
it made no sense, like, at all