While Tarantino’s fans undoubtedly made it the filmmaker’s ninth movie in theaters, and also on 70mm film. While some others may not have had the chance to watch it on the big screens. Set in 1969 Los Angeles, this is surely a movie for people who are movie lovers. Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Rick Dalton, popular star of the Western TV, while Brad Pitt played as his stunt double and also his best friend, Cliff Booth.
The movie which is based loosely on many real-life Hollywood stars, including Burt Reynolds and his longtime stunt double Hal Needham, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has fantasy, fiction, and fact, like any good fairytale. The film also indulges in some revisionist history, as Tarantino often does, with regards to the murder of Sharon Tate and the Manson Family, played by Margot Robbie in the film.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood brought Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for Brad Pitt, and was vastly praised by critics as one of the best films of Tarantino. For a while, it seemed like Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was competing in the Oscar race and also leading in the race for 2019’s Best Picture, but finally, the award went to Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite, which became the first and foremost non-English language film ever to get the Academy Award for Best Picture.
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Of course, you can also rent or buy Once Upon a Time in Hollywood on digital platforms like iTunes, Amazon Prime, Vudu, Google Play, YouTube, and more.