By Ayushi Agarwal
One of the most eagerly awaited film of the year ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’s UK premiere is drawing rave reviews from critics and the audiences.
I have been waiting for this movie from the day it was announced and pretty sure you people have the same feeling for this film.
This is going to the 9th movie directed by Ace director, Quentin Tarantino and I’m literally gasping for air while writing about its star cast. It’s huge and includes the industry’s finest topmost actors.
From the Academy award winner Leonardo DiCaprio, handsome hunk of Hollywood Brad Pitt to the very Australian actress Margot Robbie who has set her roots in Hollywood, this movie has it all.
Many other prominent star casts like Al Pacino, Dakota Fanning, Bruce Dern, Austin Butler acted in the film. Sadly, Once upon a time….in Hollywood is going to be Luke Perry’s last movie.
Once upon a time is a comedy-drama movie, releasing on 15th August in India.
The film set in the 60’s era Los Angeles where an aging TV actor(Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stunt double and a longtime friend(Brad Pitt) embark on an eventual journey to make a name for themselves in the Hollywood industry.
Margot Robbie plays the character of a director’s wife who are neighbors with Leonardo DiCaprio.
It sure is a very highly anticipated movie. With all the critically acclaimed star casts, it’s also a dream project of Quentin Tarantino.
It also makes Tarantino’s fans more excited with joy because this film is the first feature film without any murder scene by Tarantino.
If reports are to be believed then this film is going to be the last movie directed by Quentin Tarantino.
With a whooping budget of million, it is expected to mint quite a lot of money. The first reviews are out, and the audience seems to be loving it. 86% rotten tomatoes and 8.9 IMDb score would definitely give it a nudge from the audience perspective.
Once upon a time….In Hollywood is Tarantino’s bittersweet tribute to Hollywood’s bygone era.
Let’s see how this movie goes down with the Indian audience on 15th August.
Categories: World Cinema