RunarM’s review published on Letterboxd:
Hey, you're Rick f***ing Dalton. Don't you forget it.
Once upon a time... in Hollywood is QT's newest masterpiece.
And you can say masterpiece because damn this was a good time, I mean this movie is 2 hours and 40 minutes long and it feels like 1 hour and 30 minutes and i never got even a little bored.
The movie's main protagonist is Rick Dalton played great by DiCaprio but I think Brad Pitt is just a little better in the movie, literally every scene he's in is a good scene (yes, even all those driving the car scenes).
Pitt is in almost every scene in the movie you can call the best like the one with Bruce Lee, the Spawn ranch, the entire final act.
I think the scene with Pitt at the Spawn ranch when he's about to enter the house is proof for me that Tarantino should take a shot at making a horror movie because it's kind of terrifying watching all the "hippies" just staring at Pitt.
Dicaprio is also great in this movie and I love the scene in which he is acting in his newest western tv show.
QT again made a movie filled with Gorgeous shots (and a lot of feet shots), during the movie I said to my dad "how many cool shots can a movie have.".
The dialogue again feels so natural and you just don't want the scenes to end, the music is also very entertaining.
I also appreciate the references to his other movies like Inglorious Bastards.
I went into this movie expecting a good time but I didn't expect being this entertained.