FFCC members on ‘Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood’

FFCC members on Quentin Tarantino’s latest, Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood.

Allison Hazlett-Rose, FlickDirect

“DiCaprio offers a master class in how to act in a film in order to win an Oscar and the rest of the cast support him nicely.”

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Dan HudakPunch Drunk Movies

Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood is merely good Tarantino, not great. It’s his ninth film and belongs somewhere in the middle if you ranked his work. See it for DiCaprio and Pitt’s performances, as well as the sentimentality for a bygone era that Tarantino clearly loves.”

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“For all of Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood‘s place in the ‘Dream Factory’ there’s an awareness for its limits of relevance. In a way, the bloodbath that arrives at the end is a weak attempt of returning to it and a bit of a cop out.”

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Ruben Peralta RigaudCocalecas

Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood is super fun, full of nearly 160 nostalgic minutes, gifting us the Tarantino we know in the last 15 of them.” (translated from Spanish)

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Alfred Soto, Humanizing the Vacuum

“You may watch Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood and wonder what the hell was the point. Savor it then as a triumph of art direction first and an elongated example of Tarantino’s latter-day obsession with rewriting history. Charlie Manson reduced to a footnote, yes, but also a film where in the right state of mind dog food is as savory as mac and cheese.”

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