Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood

By Quentin Tarantino

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2019-07-26
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 2h 41min
  • Director: Quentin Tarantino
  • Production Company: Heyday Films
  • Production Country: China, United Kingdom, United States of America
7.5/10
7.5
From 6,799 Ratings

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The 9th film from Quentin Tarantino features a large ensemble cast and multiple storylines in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age.

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Reviews

  • You won’t get that time back

    1
    By LCA388
    This movie is a fecal sandwich inside of a dumpster fire!
  • Some of us would like to rent🤷🏻‍♀️

    1
    By 53 julimar
    I don't want to own this movie!Time to rent , you could make more money on it this way!
  • Meta

    5
    By Brett_Westfall
    It feels like Tarantino’s version of ‘The Big Lebowski’ with the structure of a cult classic, ‘hang-out’ film. The more I have watched this film, the more I find something new. A comparison to old and gold Hollywood in a thematic element with the films and the actors he has previously worked with as meta comparisons add a nice touch. With the ending being one of his best, if not, the best ending Tarantino has written to date alongside Pulp Fiction’s diner scene with Jules having a revelation. The final act may differ to the true plot of the film early on as well as the final act’s plot was more of a background, sub-plot that feels like the sub culture that hurt the image of more than just the entertainment industry. Much of his meta storytelling on his own films and experiences are compared to some extremist views on today. But like history, people go about it not seeing when extremist thoughts and actions become reality. Too bad real history didn’t have anti-heroes Cliff Booth, Rick Dalton, Sayuri (The doggo), and the innocent Francesca (who literally just arrived in America with husband Rick Dalton).
  • Not worth the price

    1
    Hi fans of Quentin Tarantino I’m sad to say this isn’t his best work and the acting by Brad Pitt and Leo is good but the value of the movie is over priced. This movie should be in the price range of $1.99 and should of come with refund option, because wasted my 3 hours watching a movie... Quentin owes everyone a refund. I believe when everyone around you starts to kiss your butt, these are the types of movies you put out there....even Samual L Jackson didn’t want to have any part in this movie.
  • Good movie I’ve seen in my intire life

    5
    By ejblackpanther
    Awesome and beautiful
  • How About...

    5
    By Mister Bipkie
    After seeing this I would love to see QT make a flick entitled...'Once Upon a Time In Bollywood'. More sex drugs and murder ala Hindo style!!! Brahahahahahahahahahahaha
  • excellent

    5
    By earrow4455
    slow at first but worth the watch
  • Wonderful

    5
    By GiantsfanJ
    This movie was great from beginning to end. I hate how reviewers can sway someone from watching a movie. It was a joy to watch. Tarantino is a amazing director that doesn’t always get it right but this was one of those times he did. Taking a real story and putting a spin on it was wonderful. Bravo!
  • Almost forgot it was a Tarantino film... almost lol

    5
    By How big is your wallet?
    constantly messed with my expectations and I loved it.
  • Maybe it depends on your age

    5
    By Marymatt718
    I am 63 and actually grew up in this era, so this movie was spot-on for me. I remember the old 50's westerns, which were nightly syndicated reruns when I was a kid. I remember the spaghetti westerns, and I remember going to the movies with my dad to see the Matt Helm movies. This was a time of transitions: the end of one era and the beginning of another. I found this movie fascinating and enjoyed it immensely. It rang a few old bells, and brought back so many bittersweet memories. I was very impressed with the depth and the detail of Tarantino's vision. He got that era just right. I know; I was there.

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