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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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I used Amazon Prime to subscribe to Epix for this show. The series had me excited for Sunday. It was very entertaining and intriguing. I'm now waiting on season 2. If you want to go ahead and let me review season 2 early I'd be more than happy to do so!
One of the "best"shows on TV right now the best...😀
Forest Whitaker is a genius! So glad they decided to cast him in this role. Every episode leaves you wanting more. I wish I could rewatch this show.
Very good TV show based on true events so realistic.
Whitaker nailed it! This was very well written and the pace is great. It does not bore you one bit. Looking forward to season 2. Homerun entertainment!
Great series with the great Forest Whitaker and a strong supporting cast. Particularly interesting to see the interplay of Bumpy Johnson with Malcolm X, Adam Clayton Powell and the Italian Mob figures. Also a strong soundtrack.
Compelling, sad and rings so true.
One of the greatest in a long time... Exceptionally good...👌🏾💯💯💯
Good damn show. Love it already!
This is probably the best show on TV right now. Forrest just delivers in the way you would expect him to. This is a great mob tv show that I cannot wait to see each week. It is well-acted on all fronts and it really depicts New York in the 60's. The set design and fashion of the characters are so on point. From the crime families to the racism to the rise of the Nation of Islam it is just fantastic. They address the impact of drugs on the inner cities and not from an apologetic perspective. It feels real. I can't wait to see more episodes.