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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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It does a great job as the continuation of the first film, but with a bit too much comedy and a predictable plot and outcome. Performances are great all around (Bill Haydee totally nails Old Richie). Of course the runtime is an issue which could have been easily solved in editing, being is one of the major problems the picture.
Most heartbreaking and realistic picture about the holocaust. Taking risks that end up paying off, like the lack of color.
Probably the less Tarantino-esque of his filmography, Once upon a time...in Hollywood delivers an amazing comedy with its own spin of what's is known as the death of the 60s. Filled with incredible performances (mainly Pitt who deserves an Oscar nod), mind-blowing production with the transformation of magical places in LA and a third act that will completely blow you away in old Tarantino fashion. Non-Tarantino fans will probably find this flick as a very slow paced film with a great third act and good acting, which in my eyes (I believe is way more than that) is still 100% worth watching.
Despite being a great comedic addition to the saga, it hurts the emotional legacy of the original trilogy by not utilizing much of its previos elements.