Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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- Leonardo DiCaprio
- Brad Pitt
- Margot Robbie
- Emile Hirsch
- Margaret Qualley
- Timothy Olyphant
- Julia Butters
- Austin Butler
- Dakota Fanning
- Bruce Dern
Did You Know?
- Quentin Tarantino was scheduled to make the film for The Weinstein Company but severed the ties when the sexual assault allegations against co-chairman Harvey Weinstein were revealed in the press. To avoid a repeat of the script leak incident that almost cost him The Hateful Eight (2015), he wrote a memo to all theatrical studios, summoning them to send one representative to his agent's (The William Morris Endeavor) office in Beverly Hills to read his Manson script in person at an arranged time and date. The memo also mandated that each representative was required to sign a heavy non-disclosure agreement, read the script in person (they were not allowed to copy or take the script back), and present the list of demands and conditions to the studio management. This project was already one of the most anticipated and promising projects on the board at the time. After reading the script, Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Annapurna Pictures, and Lionsgate were welcome to make a bid for the theatrical rights before a second round of bids pitched to Tarantino himself. Sony won the theatrical rights in the bidding war, outbidding its closest rival Warner Bros., making it the first David Heyman production not to be distributed by Warner.
- When Cliff is driving the Caddie, just before he sees Pussycat for the third time and picks her up, the speedometer on the car can clearly be seen at zero despite the fact he's driving down the road, revealing the process shot.
- Bruce Lee: You're the one with the big mouth, and I would really enjoy closing it, especially in front of all my friends. But my hands are registered as lethal weapons. That means, 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.
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I'm about to Ezekiel 25:17 these 1⭐ reviewers.
If you took all the good parts and put them together you'd have a awesome 30 minute show.
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.
Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood is uneven, unwieldy in its structure and not without its flat patches. But it's also a disarming and characteristically subversive love letter to its inspiration.