Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Robert De Niro stars alongside James Woods in this character-driven melodramatic gangster epic. This is probably among the top five crime dramas of all time, and without a doubt, the best one of the 1980s. Once Upon a Time in America is beautifully directed, conceptually majestic, and emotionally complex.
A hilarious, quirky, lovable cult classic.
(SPOILERS) Although it improved toward the end, Part III is a mediocre and unnecessary continuation of an already-great series. Al Pacino and Andy Garcia as the cunning Vincent Mancini are really the only performances in this movie worth applauding. Sofia Coppola does not make Mary Corleone's character likable enough for me to care about her death in the end. Pacino, on the other hand, does the opposite, proving his brilliant acting skill by somehow completely changing his initial portrayal of Michael Corleone, who is now overcome with shame and guilt of his violent past. The Godfather Part III is a decent movie, but the series would have been just as good if not better off without it.
What a great directorial debut for Ari Aster. Hereditary may be the best horror movie I've seen that has come out recently. It has everything that a supernatural film should have: mystique, suspense, psychological tension, gore when it's necessary, and even a unique hint of familial drama. Definitely worth seeing.