Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Quentin Tarantino, July 26, 2019) Movie • Page 58

Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by OhTheWater, Nov 2, 2017.

  1. TEGCRocco

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    Honestly, that comic is the perfect example of how you can paint any narrative you want as long as you cherry pick your facts.
     
  2. Morrissey

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    The things they would have said about other Tarantino films in our current Internet culture would have been wild.
     
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  3. Morrissey

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    You start with the conclusion you want, and then you work backwards.
     
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  4. iCarly Rae Jepsen

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    I can't picture him as a dad at all , like imagine Tarantino listening to Baby Shark
     
  5. Jake Gyllenhaal

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    The baby is gonna be raised on surf rock, 70s R&B, and Ennio Morricon scores
     
  6. DeviantRogue

    Take arms, it'll all blow over Prestigious

    Imagine turning 20 and your dad is 76 wow
     
  7. tdlyon

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    It would be pretty funny if the kid didn't really like movies that much
     
  8. this felt about 10% too long but it was definitely enjoyable
    Leo's performance was the highlight for me
     
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  9. jbaseball44

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    wonder what he'll name the kid
     
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  10. OhTheWater

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    probably gonna be a boy, knowing him
     
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  11. coleslawed

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    i have a good friend whose dad is 3 years older than my grandpa

    Kiddo
     
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  12. Jake Gyllenhaal

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  13. the rural juror

    carried in the arms of cheerleaders

    Mr. Pink
     
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  14. oncenowagain

    to fall asleep I need white noise to distract me Supporter

    Grant Tarantino
     
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  15. Marx&Recreation

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  16. phaynes12

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    bob tarantino
     
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  17. Anthony_

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    Could see him naming it after a director he loves.
     
  18. colorlesscliche

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    So Quentin Jr?
     
  19. Anthony_

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    Honestly I think Sergio is more likely if it’s a boy, that way he gets Leone and Corbucci for the price of one
     
  20. phaynes12

    playing in the band Supporter

    sonny chiba tarantino
     
  21. Jake Gyllenhaal

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    Akira Tarantino
     
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  22. iCarly Rae Jepsen

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    Uma's Feet Tarantino
     
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  23. stayillogical

    Thank you and good night Prestigious

    When I was 20, my dad turned 71. The terrible part is that he passed away at 79, I was probably the first of my friends to lose a parent. Also, I'm still single so he never got to meet my spouse or kids.

    So hopefully Tarantino stays healthy so he can be there for his kid.
     
  24. TheBaroness Aug 23, 2019
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    I’m a big Tarantino fan and honestly this is the most disappointed I’ve been in a film in a long time. I was so hyped for it but I didn’t vibe with it at all - I mean, I know he’s not a narrative-driven director at all, but the story didn’t hang together in any way for me, which would have been fine if the set pieces were interesting and memorable and with the exception of Rick’s time on the Lancer set and Cliff’s time at the ranch, the rest of the film was entirely forgettable for me. I actually fell asleep three times, including during the climax which is unheard of for a Tarantino film. The shallow caricatures of old Hollywood stars really did nothing for me - maybe they would have been better with a bit more time to let some of them flesh out and ‘breathe’ but difficult in an already bloated runtime. Probably most disappointing is that visually there were no shots or scenes that really jumped out and grabbed me, mostly because the lighting was so dark, particularly during the final act, that I couldn’t even make out what was happening in times. It was so bad that I’m starting to question whether there was something with the screen in my theatre, and such a let down when you compare it to what QT is capable of. Ultimately, I found this one of the least entertaining and interesting of his films to date, and I’m sitting here wondering what the hell i missed that everyone else loved.
     
  25. Marx&Recreation

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    Yeah that sounds like a theatre thing