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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Wow. I really liked the actors, but the story was the most ridiculous (and offensive) thing I've ever seen. Several reviews say it was written and directed exclusively by men, so that makes sense. NO WOMAN on the planet would behave as the main character did. This is a rape glorification movie, period. Quite sick, to be honest. Totally, and completely ridiculous, right to the last scene where the best friend of the main character moves in with her after kicking out her husband that the main character had an affair with. Yeah, that makes sense; kick out your husband, but move in with the woman he had an affair with? Silliness.
Wow. Terrible from beginning to end. So, so silly. Seemed like the quality of something done as a school project.
I put off watching this movie for months because honestly, I thought it would be too heavy and depressing. But I love Frances McDormand in pretty much everything, so I finally put it on. I LOVED it. I laughed almost as much as I cried. It was very cathartic
I felt that the age gap between the two main characters was so inappropriate that the whole movie just kind of disgusted me. The teenager was still such a child, and the grad student looked 30 to me. It did feel like borderline pedophilia to me. It was just gross.
As a parent, I find it hard to believe the parents in the movie would have been approving.
The whole movies seemed like soft porn to me.
I kept waiting for something to happen in this movie, and it never did. When it was all said and done, it felt like a big waste of time.