Overall Rank: 507
Average Rating: 3.2/4
# of Ratings: 21
Theatrical Release Date: 07/26/2019
Genre: Crime, Drama
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Actors: Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, Margaret Qualley, Emile Hirsch, Timothy Olyphant
Plot: A fading, serious TV star Rick Dalton along with his stunt double Cliff Booth, who look to break into the film industry during the Golden Age of Hollywood. But the summer of '69 also faces the counter-culture revolution along with the rise of the Manson Family. -- Chris Kavan
Quick Movie Reviews
SIngli6 - wrote on 09/10/2019
Quentin Tarantino has gone too far this time. Just play L.A. Noire and put on some 60's tunes during the driving sections and you would have Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood. This is why auteurs have such a bad name these days!
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 08/12/2019
Quentin Tarantino's interconnected "Hollywood" is (except for its ending) his least violent film, but it just so happens to also be his most nostalgic and at times sentimental. At least, as sentimental as a movie involving the Manson family cult can possibly be.
Full Movie Reviews
Matthew Brady - wrote on 08/27/2019
“When you come to the end of the line, with a buddy who is more than a brother and a little less than a wife, getting blind drunk together is really the only way to say farewell.”
‘Once Upon a Time In Hollywood’ is a chilled blast from the past told like a fairy tale. It’s both aimless and yet meaningful with the commentary on the new era in Hollywood. The movie pays tribute to old Hollywood, film making, Sharon Tate, stunt work, and actors. This is perhaps Tarantino’s most personal and mature movie his made, until the last 10 minutes (which I love) goes complete ape sh*t.
I can’t think of any other director where the passion and love for movies is so transparent through Tarantino's craft. He’s such an old school film maker that he and Martin Scorsese are the last …
Chris Kavan - wrote on 08/18/2019
Quentin Tarantino has said that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is his opus and I can see why he would say that. Both alike and unlike any of his previous films, Hollywood stands on its own. It still has that dialogue you expect, a killer soundtrack that fits the mood and memorable characters. It also has that stylized violence that is so Tarantino - though it only makes an appearance at the very end. Tarantino also knows how to make the most out of casting, as the leads and cameo appearance alike are excellent and makes a case that Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio should really work together more often.
While many people may argue that the "Golden Age" of Hollywood ended with Singin' In the Rain - Tarantino's Golden Age takes place at the tail-end of the 60s. DiCaprio plays a …
Leslie - wrote on 07/30/2019
There is an enormity to see in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." Quentin Tarantino’s new movie about the film industry and Los Angeles is replete with 1960’s era iconography. Especially eye-catching are the lustrous B-movie posters featuring actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), which if were historical, may have even found their way into the Dwight M. Cleveland Collection.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to tag along with an actor and his stuntman to and from a Hollywood set, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" provides just that sort of vicarious opportunity. And there are thrills along the way like watching Bruce Lee (Mike Moh) demonstrate Kung Fu, and watching Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie) basking in the glow of a silver screen.