Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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What a great movie. I feel like it was handled very honestly and it had some themes that really relate to some of the struggles in my life. There is hope in the end and I hope more parents realize that they're children need their support and not the reform. Very powerful film.
The help is a great book and story but I found myself wanting more especially after the incredible book. I felt like they shied away from a lot of the darker themes or didn't show the full picture in order to be more palatable to wider audiences. Still it's a really good movie, I just felt they could have relied heavier on what the book was about and decided more thoroughly what the movie would focus most on instead of dividing time equally and leaving so much out. Overall i would still recommend this movie but after you have read the incredible novel.
Very good movie. The book has 1000000000000000000000 more ideas presented. But the film does a good job in presenting the story in a manner that is accessible for all audiences older than Lolita haha. That's one of the criticisms I have that it is tame and we only get to see a full picture and no exquisite details that we get in the book. But it is a great movie.
Pretty entertaining and very fluffy. Some interesting ideas and a few scenes were chuckle-worthy. I found it a bit cheesy at times especially the end but there were some things I really related to and it was just a cute movie. I can't complain.
I think this movie sucked. Some parts were cool but honestly it mainly just sucked. And I feel like I understood whatever metaphor. The last 30 minutes were ok. But 80 awful minutes and 30 WTF minutes don't really make something noteworthy.