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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Thrilling movie. Deserves much better ratings than what some 'reviewers' gave it here.
Lucas Blacks best performance. This is a great little indie.
Great characters, keeps you guessing.
Its kinda weird...but i like it!
this movie was okay it was pretty bad b/c man went all crazy and i like to think about what's going to happen next!!
pretty cool visuals, but otherwise it sucks
Lucas Black gives a surprisingly good performance. Despite a mediocre plot, the story is short and sweet enough for movie fans to enjoy
Who really missed this ending? You should have realized he was nutso the first time he was talking to Iris behind the curtains when she was actually on the other side of the motel working. It was still a good movie even though you knew where it was going from the very beginning.
Well...the ending brought it up from a 1 star to a 3 star, just because I liked how Nat was a psychopath in the end...lol Lucas Black is just such a huge deuche....really hate that kid....This wasn't an awful movie, but it didn't make a whole lot of sense until the last 10 minutes.
Yay, hiding things in the movie then showing you what really happened after they try really hard to trick you.