Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood Is A Messy And Wild Love Letter To…Hollywood

Reviewed by Kristy Puchko

For his ninth (and possibly penultimate) film, Quentin Tarantino takes audiences back to the summer of 1969, where Hollywood was swinging and hippies seemed a harmless subculture. That is until the Manson Family murdered Sharon Tate and her friends in her mansion on Cielo Drive. Blending fact with lots of fiction, Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood re-imagines this time as the fairytale its title suggests. But instead of white knights and princes…



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