Once upon a time in Hollywood hit Indian theatres this Independence Day. One of the best parts of the movie is the crazy-twisted actors making it up as they go and that ending – Oh that ending.
Once upon a time in Hollywood builds up unknowingly yet fantastically to that led to that wonderfully put ending. It established a wicked fact – all we have seen in movies is murder.
Once upon a time in Hollywood is playing around with its audience; changing how you feel in every scene and cut.
We go about our lives thinking it was a nice movie – That’s what Tarantino wants to convey
You will need to research a few things before you watch this movie – Manson Murders and Sharon Tate are two important ones.
The fact remains – It was like a Tarantino movie is expected to be
You can agree or deny it but it was exactly what you’d be watching when navigating the beautiful movie you’re going to enjoy watching.
This is probably not the best one you’ll see. Fictional history has been made into movies many times but this wasn’t Tarantino at his peak.
The movie starts off with a young shining (albeit alcoholic) Cowboy King actor Rick Dalton played by the fantastic Leonardo DiCaprio alongside his one-man army for all needs in the loyal and dynamic stuntman double portrayed by the brilliant brat Brad Pitt. Following their storyline we meet hippies along the way, trying to hitch on our minds.
The history behind the movie is twisted. What you see on the screen is more so – the man with the real gun losing to a man with finger guns is no joke. Tarantino makes it so anyway.
Everybody’s always performing, be it in front of cameras or around the usual guys.
These people who never really mattered at all, yet did everything for the movie loved their Js.
Once upon a time in Hollywood progresses sideways with the Hollywood entourage that Dalton wants to be a part of. Margot Robbie had a relatively small role with much less screen time than expected. Playing the naive Sharon Tate, this wonderful woman goes around being herself on-screen and off-screen in the movie.
Brad Pitt aka Cliff Booth climbs atop a roof, parkouring his way through the walls. He then casually takes off his shirt looking sexy for no reason. Bruce Lee is a performer on-screen and off-screen as well as Booth daydreams of what would happen if he got work for the day – eventual hiring and beating Bruce Lee’s a** into a car.
You’ll be left in shock as you laugh at the screen as a crazy-canoodled rollercoaster of horrific hilarious hoglamboo ensues.
What you feel as you enter the ending montage followed by the flamethrower kill of a good-as-dead hippy happening in the pool is ineffable. You want to laugh as you see the psychotic Rambo fighting in the middle of a Beverly Hills house.
In case you’ve come across upon unknown ubiquitous use of alliterations, watch the movie. You’ll understand what’s going on… If you pay attention.