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3,314 Ratings

Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

Directed by Quentin Tarantino
United States, United Kingdom, 2019
Drama, Comedy, Action


In 1969 Los Angeles, TV star Rick Dalton and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth make their way around an industry they hardly recognize anymore. Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film features a large ensemble cast and multiple storylines in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age.

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Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood Directed by Quentin Tarantino

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

2020 | 8 nominations including: Best Picture

2020 | 2 wins including: Best Actor in a Supporting Role

American Film Institute Awards

2020 | Winner: Movie of the Year

This superbly textured rendition of a prelapsarian Hollywood—for me the most pleasurable movie of the festival—turns the counterfactual gambits of Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained toward more personal ends.
May 31, 2019
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Tarantino has a powerful sense of narrative form, and I find myself appreciating the large structures that he builds around the giving of pleasure and the qualification of it, even when the actual pleasures that are his currency don’t hit home for me.
September 19, 2019
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Once Upon a Time… in one movie… these people lived. And then the song ends. I know it’s a song, but losing yourself in music – it’s one of the great pleasures of life, even if it makes you cry, even if you know some songs aren’t always the way real life goes. But the feelings sure are real, and that yearning sure is real. This is a Tarantino masterpiece.
August 09, 2019
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What are people saying?

  • Ethan's rating of the film Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    Tarantino delivers another masterpiece that is not just a culmination of all his work but a touching and nostalgic look at a time long gone when things were at their most uncertain. Dicaprio and Pitt are explosive in the greatest bromance ever portrayed on the screen and Pitt steals the show as a Zen badass and Robbie shines in her most intimate performance to date. Top notch filmmaking from the master himself.

  • Trevor Tillman's rating of the film Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    Expands the average moviegoer’s notion of cinema’s capabilities—once again by correcting our history. Delivers upon its genre and subject matter obligations while the revisionist aspects create a fairy tale. The real tragedy becomes more palpable by the hint of what we were deprived of, making me feel more for the victims than a straight adaption of the case files ever could have. Top shelf QT if not his best.

  • Gerry Miriello's rating of the film Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    An elegiac valentine to the Los Angeles of his youth, this may baffle those who were expecting the whip-smart dialogue and frenetic pace of his earlier films, but I suspect that it will age gracefully as it embraces the rhythm of daily life, specifically 3 days in a momentous year. Tarantino has always been obsessive and insular but he revels here in the joy of driving around with the radio on, dwelling in nostalgia

  • The Mayor Of Hell's rating of the film Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    I came out disappointed the first time. But I couldn’t get it out of my head. By the second and third time I’d decided I love it and that it is a masterpiece. Maybe not QT’s but it IS a masterpiece. His most romantic and sweet film ultra violence notwithstanding. This is Leo’s best performance imo and he absolutely KNOWS this character and all the vulnerability he carries with him. If only ... once upon a time

  • Zachary T.'s rating of the film Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    One of QT's very best: Warm, irreverent and masterful. Luxuriates in a rich period locale, and in the many different mediums of cinema it so accurately cites and satirizes. Leo and Brad (who slyly embraces playing second fiddle) are an instantly iconic duo. QT and Queen Margot's Sharon Tate is realized with careful, mournful affection that stings even after history is rewritten again for cathartic, hilarious effect.

  • Z's rating of the film Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    The most pleasurable experience I have had watching a movie in a long while. Tarantino is drunk on cinema and he makes you drunk on cinema too. The film moves with the ease, confidence and style of a master craftsman working at peak power. Q.T. and his production team create a feverish dream of 1969 Los Angeles and populate it with instantly iconic archetypes who are the epitome of beautiful, dangerous, tragic cool.

  • chanandre's rating of the film Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    [IMAX](Colombo)What a sad sad film. Maybe his best, maybe his last. That scent of "closin' up shop, chop-chop, no tardif tardigrades allowed!"The actor who only acted decently (accordingly) outta frame, out of the movie. The stand-in (Drive-in): the stuntMensch who bested his 'master'. [Redford!] The crew as film(in'). Film world as World film. [Bogdanovich!] Tarantino wavin' goodbye to Fincher as Lynch did to Malick

  • Duncan Gray's rating of the film Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    A wealth of potential meaning(s) here, in spite of a shambling structure. How to do a love letter to a town with so much to be cynical about, particularly in 2019? The film is emotionally attuned to what Hollywood offers, what it demands from its players, and what it requires its fans to believe. The mode may mutate, but Hollywood will always be here—beautiful and ugly. Did QT grow up? Never. But he has grown old.

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