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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
7.6/10 by 1422 users
Original Title: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Release: 2019-07-25
Runtime: 161 min.
Genre: Drama, Comedy, Action, Crime, Western
Country: United Kingdom, United States of America
Subtitle: English, Italiano, Español
Plot: A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood's Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles.
Rick Dalton

Characters : Rick Dalton

Actor : Leonardo DiCaprio

Cliff Booth

Characters : Cliff Booth

Actor : Brad Pitt

Sharon Tate

Characters : Sharon Tate

Actor : Margot Robbie

Jay Sebring

Characters : Jay Sebring

Actor : Emile Hirsch

Pussycat

Characters : Pussycat

Actor : Margaret Qualley

James Stacy

Characters : James Stacy

Actor : Timothy Olyphant

Trudi Fraser

Characters : Trudi Fraser

Actor : Julia Butters

Charles

Characters : Charles "Tex" Watson

Actor : Austin Butler

Lynette

Characters : Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme

Actor : Dakota Fanning

George Spahn

Characters : George Spahn

Actor : Bruce Dern

Bruce Lee

Characters : Bruce Lee

Actor : Mike Moh

Wayne Maunder

Characters : Wayne Maunder

Actor : Luke Perry

Steve McQueen

Characters : Steve McQueen

Actor : Damian Lewis

Marvin Schwarzs

Characters : Marvin Schwarzs

Actor : Al Pacino

Randy / Narrator

Characters : Randy / Narrator

Actor : Kurt Russell

Sam Wanamaker

Characters : Sam Wanamaker

Actor : Nicholas Hammond

Abigail Folger

Characters : Abigail Folger

Actor : Samantha Robinson

Roman Polanski

Characters : Roman Polanski

Actor : Rafał Zawierucha

Francesca Capucci

Characters : Francesca Capucci

Actor : Lorenza Izzo

Charles Manson

Characters : Charles Manson

Actor : Damon Herriman

Catherine

Characters : Catherine "Gypsy" Share

Actor : Lena Dunham

Patricia

Characters : Patricia "Katie" Krenwinkel

Actor : Madisen Beaty

Susan

Characters : Susan "Sadie" Atkins

Actor : Mikey Madison

Steve

Characters : Steve "Clem" Grogan

Actor : James Landry Hébert

Linda

Characters : Linda "Flower Child" Kasabian

Actor : Maya Hawke

Leslie

Characters : Leslie "Lulu" Van Houten

Actor : Victoria Pedretti

Dianne

Characters : Dianne "Snake" Lake

Actor : Sydney Sweeney

Froggie

Characters : Froggie

Actor : Harley Quinn Smith

Delilah

Characters : Delilah

Actor : Dallas Jay Hunter

Sandra

Characters : Sandra "Blue" Good

Actor : Kansas Bowling

Tadpole

Characters : Tadpole

Actor : Parker Love Bowling

Ella Jo

Characters : Ella Jo "Sundance" Bailey

Actor : Cassidy Vick Hice

Butterfly

Characters : Butterfly

Actor : Ruby Rose Skotchdopole

Angel

Characters : Angel

Actor : Danielle Harris

Catherine

Characters : Catherine "Capistrano" Gillies

Actor : Josephine Valentina Clark

Business Bob Gilbert

Characters : Business Bob Gilbert

Actor : Scoot McNairy

Ernesto the Mexican Vaquero

Characters : Ernesto the Mexican Vaquero

Actor : Clifton Collins Jr.

Connie Stevens

Characters : Connie Stevens

Actor : Dreama Walker

Mama Cass

Characters : Mama Cass

Actor : Rachel Redleaf

Michelle Phillips

Characters : Michelle Phillips

Actor : Rebecca Rittenhouse

Joanna Pettet

Characters : Joanna Pettet

Actor : Rumer Willis

Allen Kincade

Characters : Allen Kincade

Actor : Spencer Garrett

Billie Booth

Characters : Billie Booth

Actor : Rebecca Gayheart

Janet

Characters : Janet

Actor : Zoë Bell

Characters :

Actor : Marco Rodríguez

Characters :

Actor : Michael Madsen

Abraham Lincoln

Characters : Abraham Lincoln

Actor : Robert Broski

Manson Family Member

Characters : Manson Family Member

Actor : Bomber Hurley-Smith

Manson Family Member

Characters : Manson Family Member

Actor : Sarah May Sommers

Manson Family Member

Characters : Manson Family Member

Actor : Daniel Callister

Manson Family Member

Characters : Manson Family Member

Actor : Zack Whyel

Manson Family Member

Characters : Manson Family Member

Actor : Sean Baker

Manson Girl 'Pebbles'

Characters : Manson Girl 'Pebbles'

Actor : Dyani Del Castillo

Characters :

Actor : Brenda Vaccaro

Characters :

Actor : Clu Gulager

Characters :

Actor : Martin Kove

Characters :

Actor : Nichole Galicia

Characters :

Actor : Craig Stark

Characters :

Actor : Ramón Franco

Lily

Characters : Lily

Actor : Aundrea Smith

Bad Guy Delgado

Characters : Bad Guy Delgado

Actor : Raul Cardona

Voytek Frykowski

Characters : Voytek Frykowski

Actor : Costa Ronin

Land Pirate Keith

Characters : Land Pirate Keith

Actor : Keith Jefferson

Land Pirate Eddie

Characters : Land Pirate Eddie

Actor : Eddie Perez

Land Pirate Mao

Characters : Land Pirate Mao

Actor : Maurice Compte

Land Pirate Lew

Characters : Land Pirate Lew

Actor : Lew Temple

Land Pirate J

Characters : Land Pirate J

Actor : JLouis Mills

Land Pirate

Characters : Land Pirate

Actor : Vincent Laresca

Maria Conchita Louisa Gavadon / Daphna Ben-Cobo

Characters : Maria Conchita Louisa Gavadon / Daphna Ben-Cobo

Actor : Daniella Pick

Gina

Characters : Gina

Actor : Victoria Truscott

Connie

Characters : Connie

Actor : Monica Staggs

1960's Starlette

Characters : 1960's Starlette

Actor : Julyah Rose

Starlet

Characters : Starlet

Actor : Brianna Joy Chomer

Starlet

Characters : Starlet

Actor : Suzanne LaChasse

Starlet

Characters : Starlet

Actor : Kasey Landoll

Starlet

Characters : Starlet

Actor : Forrest Jade

Starlet (uncredited)

Characters : Starlet (uncredited)

Actor : Caitlin Herst

Characters :

Actor : Elisabeth Ferrara

Characters :

Actor : Inbal Amirav

Stage Coach Man

Characters : Stage Coach Man

Actor : C. Ronald McPherson

Italian Film Producer

Characters : Italian Film Producer

Actor : Eddie J. Rangel

TV Crew Director of Photography

Characters : TV Crew Director of Photography

Actor : Richard Allan Jones

Crew Member Rock

Characters : Crew Member Rock

Actor : Bruce Del Castillo

Alex Mendes

Characters : Alex Mendes

Actor : Michael Vincent McHugh

Western Towne Doctor

Characters : Western Towne Doctor

Actor : Hal Dion

TV Crew Grip

Characters : TV Crew Grip

Actor : Michael Thomas Cox

Characters :

Actor : Gilbert Saldivar

Characters :

Actor : George Thomas Mansel

Characters :

Actor : Juliette Kida

Characters :

Actor : William Pierce

Characters :

Actor : Zander Grable

Characters :

Actor : Parker Love Bowling

Jay Sebring's Date

Characters : Jay Sebring's Date

Actor : Lucia Oskerova

Office Boy

Characters : Office Boy

Actor : Philip Harville

Darrin Stephens / Red Apple Man

Characters : Darrin Stephens / Red Apple Man

Actor : John Rabe

Lancer Crew

Characters : Lancer Crew

Actor : David Wieler

Airport Paparazzi

Characters : Airport Paparazzi

Actor : Jake Ersek

LAX Paparazzo

Characters : LAX Paparazzo

Actor : R.J. Asher

Italian Flim Crew

Characters : Italian Flim Crew

Actor : Jasen Salvatore

TV Producer

Characters : TV Producer

Actor : Don Pecchia

Police Officer

Characters : Police Officer

Actor : Johnny Otto

Low Ryder Girl 'Puppet'

Characters : Low Ryder Girl 'Puppet'

Actor : Mayra-Alejandra Garcia

Humble Harv

Characters : Humble Harv

Actor : Rage Stewart

Sailor

Characters : Sailor

Actor : Cailan Robinson

Tommy's Girl

Characters : Tommy's Girl

Actor : Miranda Dos Santos

Sweet William

Characters : Sweet William

Actor : Tom Hartig

Script Girl

Characters : Script Girl

Actor : Gina Omilon

Musso and Frank Waiter

Characters : Musso and Frank Waiter

Actor : Tom David

Musso and Frank Waiter

Characters : Musso and Frank Waiter

Actor : David M. Edelstien

Musso & Frank Grill Guest

Characters : Musso & Frank Grill Guest

Actor : Veronika Mindal

Musso & Frank Bartender

Characters : Musso & Frank Bartender

Actor : Kenneth Sonny Donato

Saloon / Cantina Bartender

Characters : Saloon / Cantina Bartender

Actor : Dave Silva

Bar Patron

Characters : Bar Patron

Actor : Carolina Vargas

Bar Patron

Characters : Bar Patron

Actor : Christopher Hunt

Benjamin

Characters : Benjamin

Actor : Chris Scagos

Theater Goer

Characters : Theater Goer

Actor : Jordan Saria Oram

Cowboy

Characters : Cowboy

Actor : Peter Neil

Paramedic #2

Characters : Paramedic #2

Actor : Jason Catron

Homicide Detective

Characters : Homicide Detective

Actor : Gary Private

Lancer Borracho

Characters : Lancer Borracho

Actor : Edward Headington

Characters :

Actor : Nas Mehdi

Lancer Cowboy

Characters : Lancer Cowboy

Actor : James T. Schlegel

Conservative Lady

Characters : Conservative Lady

Actor : Lisa Y. Sheeler

Socialite

Characters : Socialite

Actor : Hayley Malia Johnson

Police Officer

Characters : Police Officer

Actor : Chad Ridgely

French Student

Characters : French Student

Actor : Brian Patrick Butler

Raj

Characters : Raj

Actor : Adrian Dev

Characters :

Actor : Lisa Dee

Gold Digger

Characters : Gold Digger

Actor : Jennifer Churchich

Officer

Characters : Officer

Actor : Michael Graham

Air Hostess

Characters : Air Hostess

Actor : Jennifer Moxham

Characters :

Actor : Gabriela Flores

Honey Daddy

Characters : Honey Daddy

Actor : Mark Krenik

Family Man

Characters : Family Man

Actor : David Steen

Theater Goer

Characters : Theater Goer

Actor : India Everett

Characters :

Actor : Dallas Chandler

Baby

Characters : Baby

Actor : Penelope Kapudija

Donnie

Characters : Donnie

Actor : Omar Doom

Business Man

Characters : Business Man

Actor : Alfredo Tavares

Characters :

Actor : Spencer Garrett

Party Guest

Characters : Party Guest

Actor : Sheila M. Lockhart

Party Guest (uncredited)

Characters : Party Guest (uncredited)

Actor : HaleyRae Christian Cannell

Movie Date (uncredited)

Characters : Movie Date (uncredited)

Actor : Katarina Pavelek

Playboy Mansion Guest

Characters : Playboy Mansion Guest

Actor : Alexander Tassopoulos

Playboy Mansion Guest

Characters : Playboy Mansion Guest

Actor : Amber Kahwaji

Playboy Mansion Guest (uncredited)

Characters : Playboy Mansion Guest (uncredited)

Actor : Danielle Krett

Playboy

Characters : Playboy

Actor : Nicholas Walker

Playboy

Characters : Playboy

Actor : Miguel Fasa

Playboy Guest

Characters : Playboy Guest

Actor : Hunter Jones

Playboy Bunny

Characters : Playboy Bunny

Actor : Alicia Karami

Playboy Bunny

Characters : Playboy Bunny

Actor : Christina Sergoyan

Playboy Bunny

Characters : Playboy Bunny

Actor : Shannon Elizabeth Stone

Playboy Bunny

Characters : Playboy Bunny

Actor : Natalie Cohen

Playboy Bunny / Arianne

Characters : Playboy Bunny / Arianne

Actor : Courtney M. Moore

Playboy Bunny / Dancer

Characters : Playboy Bunny / Dancer

Actor : Kerry Westcott

Mallory / Playboy Bunny

Characters : Mallory / Playboy Bunny

Actor : Emilee Bickert

Playboy Bunny (uncredited)

Characters : Playboy Bunny (uncredited)

Actor : María Birta

Playboy Hollywood Actor (uncredited)

Characters : Playboy Hollywood Actor (uncredited)

Actor : Trevor Wooldridge

Upscale Business Woman (uncredited)

Characters : Upscale Business Woman (uncredited)

Actor : Andrea Bensussen

Cheyenne the Hippy Hitchhiker

Characters : Cheyenne the Hippy Hitchhiker

Actor : Breanna Wing

Street Corner Hippie (uncredited)

Characters : Street Corner Hippie (uncredited)

Actor : Christopher Arminio

Hippie (uncredited)

Characters : Hippie (uncredited)

Actor : Jeff Jocoy

Hippie Girl

Characters : Hippie Girl

Actor : Bridie Latona

Hippie

Characters : Hippie

Actor : David Delagarza

Hippie

Characters : Hippie

Actor : Weston Razooli

Hippie

Characters : Hippie

Actor : Alina Zilbershmidt

Party Girl (uncredited)

Characters : Party Girl (uncredited)

Actor : Angela Cela

Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Characters : Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Actor : Will Elkins

El Coyote Patron (uncredited)

Characters : El Coyote Patron (uncredited)

Actor : Chase Levy

Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Characters : Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Actor : Regina Valitova

Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Characters : Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Actor : Jacob Antolini

Western Townsman (uncredited)

Characters : Western Townsman (uncredited)

Actor : John Luder

The Gang

Characters : The Gang

Actor : James Remar

Actress (uncredited)

Characters : Actress (uncredited)

Actor : Rachael Wotherspoon

Bell Hop in Wrecking Crew (uncredited)

Characters : Bell Hop in Wrecking Crew (uncredited)

Actor : Martin Abrahams

Uncredited

Characters : Uncredited

Actor : Leslie Bega

Ticket Saleswoman

Characters : Ticket Saleswoman

Actor : Kate Berlant

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SWITCH.

A Review by SWITCH.

by SWITCH.

"The movie isn’t for everyone, of course, but it’s a fun ride back to the past with fantastic performances, hilarious comedy and beautiful aesthetics. Tarantino is the one director in 2019 that can get huge names without people referring to his films as “that Leo film“, and I think that’s worth something whether you’re a fan or not. It’s rare for a film like this to be a mainstream release, and in the lacklustre year of 2019 I think it’s about time we got something in cinemas that's original. - Chris dos Santos Read Chris' full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-once-upon-a-time-in-hollywood-another-tarantino-classic"

msbreviews

A Review by msbreviews

by msbreviews

"If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) Quentin Tarantino is one of the best filmmakers of all-time. He has undeniable talent behind the camera, and his movies are fated to leave a mark in each year they’re released. In addition to that, he’s also an extraordinary screenwriter, as Once Upon a Time in Hollywood proves once again. His knowledge of the early decades of film is vast, so every feature he produces is always going to be filled with references to those “fairy tale” years. And that’s precisely what this movie is: a fairy tale in Hollywood, hence its title. Let me just leave this here right off the bat: I’m not going to address any controversy surrounding this film (namely, the whole Bruce Lee depiction and the Manson Family, in general), as I’m always fair and impartial to the movie I’m reviewing. Moving on … My knowledge of the 60s isn’t that good. Obviously, I know the whole Sharon Tate story, as well as the famous Manson murders, but when it comes to actual films from that decade, well … Probably, I only know a few by name, a classic scene, or a memorable soundtrack. Tarantino uses his large runtime to place tons of references to that period, and that’s one of the reasons the first act of the movie drags. There’s a lot of time spent with characters just driving cars while listening to music (references in the songs), wide shots of the city as they drive by (references in the buildings), or even just playing an LP and dancing to it (reference in the songs, again). I understand that these mean something, but if they don’t develop the character in any way, then these are just Easter Eggs and have no impact on the actual narrative. The first hour or so is filled with sequences which sole purpose is to show how much Tarantino knows about that time, and there’s nothing wrong with it, as long as it tells a story. That’s the second issue I have with the first act: it takes too long to establish its characters, and there’s no apparent objective within the story. It feels like a person just strolling around with no destination, which in itself isn’t a bad thing. But if you put together repetitive sequences plus a story that no one knows where it’s going or how it connects to the only thing people are actually expecting (the Sharon Tate event), then you’ll bore the hell out of the audience (a lot of people constantly left my theater to get more food or something, and they weren’t in a hurry). Nevertheless, from the moment we start understanding who Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth are, what they do, what they did, and what they want with their lives, then the film becomes incredibly captivating. It’s definitely a character-driven story. It’s a fairy tale where Rick tries his best to overcome his own personal issues to be the very best movie star, after being on an exponentially negative path. Cliff, as his stunt double, lives off of his buddy by doing everything he needs around the house and everywhere else. These two are inseparable, and their scenes are always filled with laughter and joy, even in the darkest moments. OUATIH works because of its beautifully-written characters. If you don’t care about them, then you won’t enjoy the film at all. In addition to this, if you don’t know anything regarding the art of filmmaking, then you’ll probably hate it since it will become extremely dull. It’s one of those movies that anyone can like. However, for someone who knows and understands how films are made, it will always be a better time at the theater. You can love this movie, sure. But if you love filmmaking and you have knowledge of its techniques, you’ll love it even more. There are so many technical achievements worthy of appreciation that I can’t get to all of them, so I’ll just address two of my favorites. The first has to be the black-and-white flicks inside the actual film. Putting Leonardo DiCaprio acting on classic westerns with over-the-top performances is an absolute delight. Watching those features in a 4:3 black-and-white screen, filled with classic sound effects, and cheesy one-liners … Wonderful. The second allows for my favorite scenes of the whole movie: the extensive one-take dialogues. I mean, 10 or 15-minute sequences where DiCaprio just gives it his all. This is how every single film should be done. There’s even a joke in the movie where Rick criticizes a particular type of filmmaking because they would film every character separately saying their lines and then editing them together. Unfortunately, that’s how most features are done today. Therefore, from watching a simple dialogue scene with DiCaprio and Julia Butters (a 10-year-old little girl!) to a bar sequence which belongs to a movie Rick is filming (this one even has Rick asking his lines, and the camera has to go back to its starting point), everything with no cuts whatsoever … What can I ask more from a director?! Obviously, if this is a character-driven narrative, the cast has to be genuinely compelling. Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie … I mean, do I even need to explain how phenomenal they are? DiCaprio proves once again he’s one of the greatest actors of all-time. The ability that he has to put 200% in every single scene is unbelievable. I even started to tear up once his character is able to find his footing, solely due to the actor’s performance. The Oscar nom is guaranteed, let’s see about the win. Brad Pitt also has tons of nominations on his lap with an astonishing supporting display. He has a subtle performance, but it’s pretty incredible how much he can transmit to the audience by putting (apparently) so little effort. Margot Robbie doesn’t have that much screentime, but her character had the simple objective of showing how glamorous and dreamy an actress’ life could be at that time, so she didn’t exactly need to deliver her A-game. It’s always good to see Al Pacino (Marvin Schwarz) on-screen, and I’m thrilled that Margaret Qualley (Pussycat), who I know from The Leftovers (one of the most underrated TV shows of the century), is finally getting some recognition. Technically, like I said above, it’s close to a masterpiece. It’s Tarantino, everyone knows what he’s capable of, but having in mind his most recent features, it’s a pleasant surprise and evidence of quality to the naysayers that he was able to produce a film with less bloody action. There are terrific demonstrations of great cinematography (Robert Richardson), and the editing is always impeccable in Tarantino’s features (this time due to Fred Raskin). The score is addictive, and it carries a very significant role in the movie. I would say that if Tarantino was able to shorten its runtime and control its pacing better, this would be a technically perfect film. All in all, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood isn’t the best Quentin Tarantino’s movie, but it’s undoubtedly one of the year’s best. Filled with award-winning lead performances (second Oscar for DiCaprio, please), this character-driven story is packed with references to the 60s which will be the divisive point in whether people will enjoy the film or not. Its first act is slow and takes too long to set up its story, but from the moment it’s able to find its footing, it’s an entertaining ride. If you love filmmaking and you know the insides of the art, Tarantino delivers a near-perfect technical production. Its alternate ending to real-life events is meant to be controversial, but for me, it’s a vision of how everything should have happened if the world was fair or, indeed, a fairy tale … in Hollywood. Rating: A-"

Gimly

A Review by Gimly

by Gimly

"I'm not here to explain _Once Upon a Time In Hollywood_, just to enjoy it. _Final rating:★★★★ - Very strong appeal. A personal favourite._"

Wuchak

A Review by Wuchak

by Wuchak

"***Tarantino’s revenge on the Manson psychos*** In the late 60s, Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), a popular TV Western actor, finds his career taking a downturn and tries to recover with the encouragement of his kick-axx stunt double and best friend, Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt). Sharon Tate (Margo Robbie) & Roman Polanski are neighbors with Jay Sebring always hanging around (Emile Hirsch). Meanwhile the Manson Family nutjobs are lurking in the background, prepping to attack. “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” (2019) is Quentin Tarantino’s 9th full film and, for me, ranks somewhere in the middle of his oeuvre. It may not be as great as “Pulp Fiction” (1994) and “Django Unchained” (2012), but it places well with “Inglourious Basterds” (2009), “Jackie Brown” (1997) and “The Hateful Eight” (2015). A famous director once succinctly defined a great movie as such: Three good scenes, no bad scenes. While the second part of this definition is debatable with "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood,” seeing as how the movie could've certainly been tightened up (there are some dull sequences), there's no doubt that it fulfills the first part. My three favorite scenes are: The amusing satirical Bruce Lee confrontation; the great Spahn Ranch episode, which effectively creates an underlying sense of menace; and, of course, the entertaining hippie attack in the final act. Thankfully, there are numerous additional gems: The friendship and respect of Rick and Cliff; the audacious flamethrower sequence; Rick's breakdown with the precocious girl actor (not actress); the beautiful women throughout; the great cast, including several celeb cameos; the entertaining soundtrack; Brandi, the pit bull; Rick's meltdown in his trailer; Rick finally pulling off a quality acting scene via ad libbing; George Spahn not remembering Cliff; everything (surprisingly) turning out to be precisely as so-and-so said; the allusion to what MAY have happened to Cliff's nagging wife (Rebecca Gayheart) on the boat; the way it should have turned out on that infamous night; and the heartwarming close, The film runs 2 hour, 41 minutes, and was shot in the Los Angeles area. GRADE: A-"