Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

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Quentin Tarantino is well known for his intriguing way of attracting the attention of the spectators. He has an energetic and focused style in all of his movies; if you ever think in the best cult movies, you will probably think in one of two of him. Tarantino started his independent filmmaker career with Reservoir Dogs, and even if he wasn’t very known back then, he made a great way along. Now he is one of the most beloved directors in Hollywood, and there’s no doubt why critics acclaim all of his movies.

For the last few years, the Oscar-winning filmmaker has said that he has plans to take back from directing movies once he releases his 10th film. This new movie called “Once upon a time in Hollywood” is his 9th, and according to The Hollywood Reporter, this movie is “Critics highly praise Tarantino’s love letter to ’60s L.A.” and the movie all over the world. In this film, Tarantino shows us why he fell in love with the cinema as a kid. It’s stunning, and the cast is impeccable.

With top-rated performances as Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, and many others, this comedy-drama film sets in Hollywood 1969, where Rick Dalton and his stunt double and best friend Cliff Booth (DiCaprio and Pitt), make their way around the final years of Hollywood’s Golden Age.  Margot Robbie plays Sharon Tate a rising star among in Hollywood.

Let’s remember that 1969 was the year when the Manson Family committed their murders, and in the movie, we can take a look at Charles’ and his cult. Though the movie is not focused on these murderers, they play an important role in the film.

Once upon a time in Hollywood is perfectly enjoyable, and it has Tarantino’s distinctive clever and a little dark humor. Glamorous, marvelous, and exquisite is how critics have described this Tarantino’s 9th film. Quentin has a unique talent to choose wisely the actors that’ll play on his movies, and that is why this movie is excellent in any way you see it. It may not be Tarantino’s best movie, but it will surely become one of them. 

Tarantino is the best example that it doesn’t matter where you come from; you can make your way to the top. Even if some fans are not happy with Tarantino’s choice of retiring after his 10th movie, we all want to see what he can do next, because every film he makes is a masterpiece of its own.

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