“It’s a love story in a lot of ways. It’s his love of this industry,” says #LeonardoDiCaprio of director #QuentinTarantino’s #OnceUponATimeInHollywood.


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Quentin Tarantino’s ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD visits 1969 Los Angeles, where everything is changing, as TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) make their way around an industry they hardly recognize anymore. The ninth film from the writer-director features a large ensemble cast and multiple storylines in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age.

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42 thoughts on “ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD – Quentin Tarantino’s Love Letter to Hollywood

  1. This movie is brilliant, their was no fighting or action until the ending and I didn’t even care!! The acting and suspense with the comedy was amazing. Loved it

  2. I feel like this movie missed a huge opportunity to make the second act more interesting/cool. They had Margot and Leo basically doing nothing. They could have really made it a fun 60's narrative to fill up that middle part of the movie. Go nuts with it and indulge in that time period and the celebrity/hollywood culture. Give Margot more screentime and push Leo's character/performance to a higher level. They had two incredible actors just going through the motions. The third act basically saved the movie. They also kinda wasted emile hirsh, timothy olyphant, and kurt rusell – which is just bizarre considering how boring the middle part of the movie is. I honestly really enjoyed the movie, but dear lord they wasted some of these actors and squandered the middle. They could have even given more screentime to al pacino. or show more of the manson cult. do something(anything) to make the middle more interesting. it dragged the entire movie down

  3. I enjoyed this movie but it lacks a point. It doesn’t really SAY anything if that makes sense and some of the female negging is super questionable. Maybe give it a nom for direction or cinematography but that’s the most it deserves.

  4. Admire QT greatly. Big fan of Pitt and I like a lot of leo's work too. This movie didn't move me. QT wanted to make this film that was a homage/love letter to Hollywood but he knew that was not going to excite anybody so he threw in the whole Manson angle to suck people in then did his often repeated altered version of history for the ending. The hour in the middle was boring as hell. It's worth a watch but not much more than that

  5. This movie is so much better if you know about the Sharon Tate murders and the end of the golden age of Hollywood. If you go in blind you will likely be so confused and you’ll probably hate the movie honestly.

  6. A love letter to hollywood: modern capital of moral bankruptcy. His next movie should be a love letter to human trafficking.

  7. I live in Hollywood and this movie depicted MY life here, better than any other movie. It’s slow paced so you can just drink in the details. My only complaint, all of the classic cars were squeaky clean and shiny. They should’ve had some dirt in them.

  8. А Тарантино уже не тот😩 далек он от своих псов.

  9. I am an indian and if i didnt know much abt the ‘age or era they are talking abt’ would it be hard to understand this movie ???

  10. Having McQueen was a nice nod to the automotive industry and Ford winning LeMans. Aside Brad Pitt character this film didn't do anything toward racing.

  11. Asians were sooo triegered because Quentin didn't portray Bruce Lee as a super-fighter
    It's a movie idiots

  12. tarantino is a bloody jealous idiot

    no one should watch his movies and brad pitt also for

    agreeing with that bullshit lee script, they are both

    disgruntled old farts.

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