Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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By expanding on the "shining" mythology in an intriguing way whilst giving us a compelling story, Doctor Sleep is both a satisfying sequel to The Shining and a terrific psychological drama/thriller in it's own right.
A worth-wile sequel that moves the story and characters forward like any good sequel should. Visually stunning, entertaining, good music, nice depth and fun characters.
The "game-changing" CGI, while OK at parts, was mostly quite bad. Especially when young Will Smith is jumping around and fighting old Will Smith, it looks like a video-game cutscene.
Once Upon a Time In Hollywood is hangout movie, and I loved spending time in this era with these characters. It's a well crafted and superbly acted love letter to 1960's Hollywood and to film-making in general.
While it wasn't AS fun as I was hoping, Hobbs & Shaw still remains an entertaining popcorn diversion with two great lead stars and fun (and thankfully more practical) action scenes.