Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Movie Info & Cast
- Leonardo DiCaprio
- Brad Pitt
- Margot Robbie
- Emile Hirsch
- Margaret Qualley
- Timothy Olyphant
- Julia Butters
- Austin Butler
- Dakota Fanning
- Bruce Dern
Did You Know?
- This was originally thought to be Quentin Tarantino's first film to be based on a true story, but he has since debunked this claim.
- The Golden Age of Hollywood was actually long over by 1969, since it ended in the 1950 decade, as illustrated by the movie, Singin' in the Rain (1952). The exact year when it ended has been subject of debate, but movie scholars speculate it to be some time in the early 1950s. That is when they started saying "they don't make them like they used to" about grand musicals, which by then were long over, and a new era had dawned over Hollywood cinema.
- [from trailer, before Bruce Lee and stunt double Cliff Booth rehearse a fight scene]
- Bruce Lee: My hands are registered as lethal weapons. We get into a fight, I accidentally kill you? I go to jail.
- Cliff Booth: Anybody accidentally kills anybody in a fight, they go to jail. It's called manslaughter.
Atom User Reviews
If you took all the good parts and put them together you'd have a awesome 30 minute show.
I'm about to Ezekiel 25:17 these 1⭐ reviewers.
As one might expect from Mr. Tarantino’s previous films, his new one is violent — extravagant violence is visited on men and women alike at several points — as well as tender, plus terrifically funny. Yet this virtuoso piece of storytelling also offers intricate instruction on the pervasiveness of violence in popular culture.
The movie has an elegiac quality; it’s filled with passionate feeling about the fleeting nature of life and the magical permanence of cinema.
Once Upon A Time….in Hollywood is beautifully made. Beyond all the ‘Tarantino-esque’ touches of the action, the banter, the violence, the constant movie references, there’s a real craft at play here.