Tarantino made great efforts to finish the Cannes film on schedule, and once at the festival he asked the press in an official letter not to spoil, after which – at the press conference – he set up a journalist who noted the extreme role of Margot Robbie’s low in the film, only a few replies. “Rejecting your hypothesis,” said Tarantino authoritatively and visibly out of pity.
Canadian film critic Jason Gorber from Huffington Post / Moviefone writes about the film that he is “Historically uncertain but brilliant as a subject. Quentin Tarantino finds the right shape in the movie that has the chance to win Palme d’Or, but the opposite – that is, to be booed by the public, or both. Dramatically, provocative, with disturbing black humor and masterpiece. ”
Jordan Ruimy of The Playlist writes: “Tarantino was not kidding when he said the new production was the closest to Pulp Fiction of all his films. Juggling with a mosaic of characters and narrative threads, he finally manages to tie them together for a playful and emotional ending. ”
Kyle Buchanan of The New York Times writes that “There will be many heated opinions about Tarantino’s latest film, but I prefer mine to wait a little longer. The film is more relaxed than I expected, and DiCaprio is captivating, fun and determined. Otherwise, I meditate on the film “…
Peter Bradshaw from The Guardian says that “Once Upon a Time …”, Tarantino’s black exploitation genre, reveals a prospect of pulp-fiction about Manson’s crimes: Shocking, captivating, admirably filmed in color celluloid: blue sky, golden sunsets “.
“I laughed, I stood in my mouth, I thought, What would Roman Polanski say? I strongly agreed not to spoil myself. Tarantino offers a Hollywood age of innocence, suggesting that there is no such thing, “Chris Knight of National Post notes.
Luke Hicks of Film School Rejects writes from Cannes that “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is successful. It’s like Tarantino dreams for our own good, and his universe seems innocent – lovable, pure, funny, with Robbie, DiCaprio, and Pitt embodying an innocent Los Angeles of the 60s.”
Joe Utichi from Deadline.com writes “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is so spectacular, indulgent in perverse, captivating and comic. It’s the film that Tarantino was born to do. The world is more colorful in Quentin Tarantino’s crepuscular area.”
The movie distribution is impressive
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, he is cast by Leonardo DiCaprio (Django Unchained), Brad Pitt (Inglourious Basterds), Margot Robbie (I, Tonya), Timothy Olyphant (Santa Clarita Diet), Al Pacino (The Godfather), Damien Lewis (Billboard), Tim Roth (Reservoir Dogs), Dakota Fanning (Ocean’s 8), Luke Perry (Riverdale), Emile Hirsch (The Autopsy of Jane Doe), James Marsden (Westworld), Clifton Collins Jr. Kevin Jefferson (The Hateful Eight), Nicholas Hammond (The Sound of Music), Scofield McNairy (Halt and Catch Fire), Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs), Spencer Garrett (The Magicians), Martin Kove (Cobra Kai Django Unchained, Brenda Vaccaro, Django Unchained, Bruce Dern (The Hateful Eight), Mike Moh (Inhumans), Craig Stark (The Hateful Eight), Marco Rodriguez In Nauman), Ramona Franco (Tour of Duty), Lena Dunham (Girls), Maya Hawke (Stranger Thin) gs), Austin Butler (The Shannara Chronicles), Lorenza Izzo (Knock), Rumer Willis (Empire), Dreama Walker (Gossip Girl), Margaret Qualley (The Leftovers), Costa Ronin (The Americans) Danny Strong (Billions), Sydney Sweeney (The Handmaid’s Tale), Rafal Zawierucha (The Pact), and Damon Herriman (Justified).
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