Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

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This Quentin Tarantino film appears to be some kind of spoof on the Roman Polanski/Sharon Tate murders encapsulated in a story of an actor uncertain of his future and his sidekick aide and driver that winds up scrapping with Bruce Lee on a Hollywood lot.

Kurt Russel appears beside Brad Pit and Leonardo DiCaprio. Part of the story takes us into the world of Charles Manson and his devoted followers. Tarantino does it again. Hasn't lost his touch.
 

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This Quentin Tarantino film appears to be some kind of spoof on the Roman Polanski/Sharon Tate murders encapsulated in a story of an actor uncertain of his future and his sidekick aide and driver that winds up scrapping with Bruce Lee on a Hollywood lot.

Kurt Russel appears beside Brad Pit and Leonardo DiCaprio. Part of the story takes us into the world of Charles Manson and his devoted followers. Tarantino does it again. Hasn't lost his touch.
Did you like Inglorious Basterds? I really wanted to, but it's just a spoof of 60's WWll TV shows like RatPatrol and the like.
Django was woke drivel, didn't see the other recent one.
JackieBrown is my Tarantino gold standard.
 

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Tarrantino is pretty anti-white. What's the point in making a film like Django Unchanged unless you want to stir up black people to kill whites in revenge for the crimes during slavery...... do black really need more agitating? Do they really need to feel even angrier and resentful against whites for slavery? How does that help anyone? How about calming those brothas down a bit?

Hollywood is not and never has been your friend.
 
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