Cast: Loenardo Dicaprio, Margot Robbie, Brad pitt, Dakota Fanning
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Review by Prakash Khetpal (pkverdicts)
Quentin Tarantino gives a great twisted cinema that showcases the fictional series of fifties “Bounty Law” starring Rick Dalton essayed by Leonardo DiCaprio who shares a great camaraderie with his Stuntman Cliff played by Brad Pitt, who continues to kill people with his looks and what a role he essays in this one is mind-blowing. Every time Rick tells him, he is a great friend, Cliff mentions “I try”. These are some real moments of the films that wins over you.
Cherry though small but it tops the cake; Al Pacino is that cherry, not on the cake but on this Hollywood cocktail, with his sheer presence in a little role adds volume making Once upon a time in Hollywood a Classic Cocktail bringing the best Cinema Alive.
The trio are stellar. But the story belongs to the Two Men Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio along with the Quentin Tarantino story telling that keeps you mesmerized with the way the film is shot, the colors, the humor, the cinematic philosophy is class apart here. One of the scenes Leonardo DiCaprio will remind you of the role Mr. Bachchan essayed in Sharabi. The conflict the actor faces with his own self and how he does a self-talk. The conversation between the little girl played by Julia Butters and Leonardo DiCaprio is the language of cinema bringing great laughs with great thoughts.
The film has an ensemble cast that do their parts well putting it all together to a applaudable climax; The film is highly entertaining and it will ride you through various genres effectively, high on engagement, tantalizing your mind with various elements that are intriguing making Once Upon a time in Hollywood a Great Classic Cocktail.. Art at its best. A great Quentin Tarantino film.
A must watch for Cinema Lovers.
PK Verdict: Gold Plus 4.5*s
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