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One flew over the cuckoos nest does the seemingly impossible of making a movie about a mental asylum into a feel-good story about the magical power of mateship — largely due to the efforts of an outstanding cast, and an evermore captivating Jack Nicholson
Beautifully shot and well acted, but lacking any clear intentions or plot movement, Once upon a time in Hollywood feels surprisingly dry and lacks any engagement for the viewer. It might be an acquired taste, or aimed for specific demographic, but I don't know if age or taste can play a factor in this self indulgent, unfocused, and overtly arrogant 9th feature from Quentin Tarantino.
An indescribable experience. Florida project is so unique and fresh, perfectly balancing its evident melancholic undertone with fun, humour and a beating heart at its core —-Despite this, what really shines through in this feature are the actors, with Dafoe steadying the ship while Brooklyn Prince and Bria Vinaite reach for the stars!
A signature Cohen flick, Burn after reading features solid performances, quick and energetic pacing and the effortless hilarity that we have come to expect from the Joel and Ethan --- even if it's not as polished as some of their other features.