Once Upon A Time In Hollywood met rave first reviews

It is the ninth film by the legendary director Quentin Tarantino who tells a faded TV actor and his stunt double in the run-up to the Manson Family murders.

And Once Upon A Time In Hollywood has met with rave first reviews after its world premiere at the Cannes film festival on Tuesday.

Critics characterized the epic, & # 39; wildly fun & # 39 ;, & # 39; amazing & # 39; a & # 39; moving love letter & # 39; and the best film by Tarantino since Pulp Fiction from 1994 (which won the Palme d & # 39; Or).

The film, led by Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, won a standing ovation of seven minutes.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, the first Tarantino film not released by Harvey Weinstein, DiCaprio and Pitt see the golden age of Hollywood come alive again.

Rick Dalton and his stunt double Cliff Booth play, the actors visit a simpler time in the tinsel city while they take us back to Los Angeles in 1969.

Wow: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, rave reviews were received following the world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday (Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in the film)

Wow: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, rave reviews were received following the world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday (Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in the film)

Acclaimed: critics have the epic, & # 39; wildly pleasing & # 39 ;, & # 39; stunning & # 39; a & # 39; moving love letter & # 39; and the best Tarantino film since 1994, branded Pulp Fiction (Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate)

Acclaimed: critics have the epic, & # 39; wildly pleasing & # 39 ;, & # 39; stunning & # 39; a & # 39; moving love letter & # 39; and the best Tarantino film since 1994, branded Pulp Fiction (Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate)

Acclaimed: critics have the epic, & # 39; wildly pleasing & # 39 ;, & # 39; stunning & # 39; a & # 39; moving love letter & # 39; and the best Tarantino film since 1994, branded Pulp Fiction (Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate)

Margot Robbie takes on the role of Sharon Tate – the pregnant actress murdered by the Manson family in 1969.

Praising the & # 39; very pleasant black comedy & # 39 ;, Daily Mail & # 39; s Brian Viner accumulated words of praise for the 159-minute film.

& # 39; For me, his masterpiece is always the 1994 Pulp Fiction, but this is not far behind, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt both bouncing, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; The film takes us on our way to that horrible night, but on the way Tarantino is in an unimaginably playful mood and he has a lot of fun displaying certain fixtures from the 1960s Hollywood.

& # 39; There is also, this is a Tarantino movie, a full repertoire of tricks – voice-overs, split screens, slow-mo, flashbacks. But they all contribute to the fun.

& # 39; Tarantino beautifully recreates the era and has, in a way, made the film a love letter for his own childhood with square eyes. & # 39;

The guards Peter Bradshaw praised the Tarantino film for honoring the golden age of Hollywood and balancing the pleasure of the story with the & # 39; horror and cruelty & # 39; of the mean murders.

Bradshaw labeled the film as a & pulp-fictional redeeming look at Manson's nightmare in the late 60s in California & # 39 ;.

Golden Age: Rick Dalton and his stunt double Cliff Booth play, the actors visit a simpler time in the tinsel city while taking us back to Los Angeles in 1969

Golden Age: Rick Dalton and his stunt double Cliff Booth play, the actors visit a simpler time in the tinsel city while taking us back to Los Angeles in 1969

Golden Age: Rick Dalton and his stunt double Cliff Booth play, the actors visit a simpler time in the tinsel city while taking us back to Los Angeles in 1969

Praise: One critic said: & # 39; for me, his masterpiece is always the 1994 Pulp Fiction, but this is not far behind, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt both in a pounding form & # 39; (with Al Pacino as Marvin Schwarzs)

Praise: One critic said: & # 39; for me, his masterpiece is always the 1994 Pulp Fiction, but this is not far behind, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt both in a pounding form & # 39; (with Al Pacino as Marvin Schwarzs)

Praise: One critic said: & # 39; for me, his masterpiece is always the 1994 Pulp Fiction, but this is not far behind, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt both in a pounding form & # 39; (with Al Pacino as Marvin Schwarzs)

& # 39; I just challenge everyone with red blood in their veins not to respond to the crazy bravery of Tarantino's film production, not to bounce around in the auditorium for the moment-by-moment pleasure that this film brings – and conversely, of course, to shudder at the horror and cruelty and its hallucinatory aftermath, & he said.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood: what the critics said

& # 39; For me, his masterpiece is always the 1994 Pulp Fiction, but this is not far behind, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt both in a pounding, fine form & # 39; – Daily Mail critic Brian Viner

& # 39; I just challenge everyone with red blood in their veins not to respond to the crazy bravery of Tarantino's film production, not to bounce around in the room for the moment-by-moment pleasure this film delivers & # 39; – The Guardian critic Peter Bradshaw

& # 39;What was completely unexpected was that & # 39; Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood & # 39; … would be such a moving film, a love letter – and a dream – of the Hollywood that it was. & # 39; – New York Times critic Manohla Dargis

& # 39; Tarantino loves Hollywood and that is why this film is the ultimate love letter from him & # 39; – Collider critic Gregory Ellwood

& # 39;Towards the end, Tarantino has done something that is essentially Tarantino, but that no longer even feels vaguely revolutionary. He saved the story he says to repot & # 39; – Variety critic Owen Gleiberman

& # 39; The shoot scenes drag on for far too long, and even his usually popping dialogue falls strangely oddly flat this time & # 39; – Bloomberg critic Giovanni Marchini Camia

Other critics praised the 56-year-old for writing a & # 39; love letter & # 39; to a bygone era in Hollywood.

New York Times critic Manohla Dargis praised Tarantino for delivering the unexpected and said: & # 39; Tarantino & # 39; s love for over-the-top gore, for painting the screen red, did not seem to fit well with the horrific murders in 1969 from different people, including actress Sharon Tate, then married to Roman Polanski.

& # 39; What was completely unexpected was that & # 39; Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood & # 39; … would be such a moving movie, a love letter – and a dream – from the Hollywood that it was. & # 39;

DiCaprio and Pitt & # 39; s performances as buddies Rick and Cliff were also praised for bringing the film many & # 39; are light, infectious puppet fun & # 39 ;.

Collider critic Gregory Ellwood has also given the film the & # 39; ultimate love letter & # 39; from Tarantino.

In honor of the film for injecting Tarantino & # 39; s distinctive humor and bringing the & # 39; right mix of spot and pathos & # 39; to the main characters, Vulture critic Bilge Ebiri said: & He and his actors borrow the respective moments of the two characters – one rising, the other falling – just the right mix of spot and pathos. These people are ridiculous and we love them.

& # 39; It is the nicest thing that the director seems to have had in years, but it is also, strangely enough, his most compassionate image in more than a decade.

The film has hit a number of roadblocks with some critics Variety & # 39; s Owen Gleiberman criticizes the director because he tells the story & # 39; pulp & # 39; has reduced and distanced himself from his characteristic & # 39; show do not tell & # 39; -style.

Earlier: other critics praised the 56-year-old for writing a & # 39; love letter & # 39; to a bygone era in Hollywood

Earlier: other critics praised the 56-year-old for writing a & # 39; love letter & # 39; to a bygone era in Hollywood

Earlier: other critics praised the 56-year-old for writing a & # 39; love letter & # 39; to a bygone era in Hollywood

Another vibe: another critic said: & # 39; It is the nicest thing that the director seems to have had in years, but it is also, strangely enough, his most compassionate image in more than a decade & # 39;

Another vibe: another critic said: & # 39; It is the nicest thing that the director seems to have had in years, but it is also, strangely enough, his most compassionate image in more than a decade & # 39;

Another vibe: another critic said: & # 39; It is the nicest thing that the director seems to have had in years, but it is also, strangely enough, his most compassionate image in more than a decade & # 39;

& # 39; And the way the film solves all of this, frankly, feels too easy. Towards the end, Tarantino has done something that is essentially Tarantino, but that no longer even feels vaguely revolutionary. He has reduced the story he tells pulp, & he said.

While Vanity FairRichard Lawson said there were parts of the movie that he thought were going nowhere, he noted that he was consistently withdrawn by the performances of DiCaprio and Pitt.

& # 39; This strange fairy tale may not be the truth, and it can talk too long. But when the stars align and release them with their unmistakable shine, Hollywood movies really seem special again, & he wrote.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, & # 39; became remarkably boring & # 39; branded by Bloomberg critic Giovanni Marchini Camia, who has added humor and dialogue, left a lot to be desired.

& # 39; Although there is some fun when watching DiCaprio dressed as silly costumes and pretending to be a second-rate actor, meta-humor is not nearly as funny as Tarantino thinks it is, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; The shoot scenes drag along for far too long, and even his usually popping dialogue falls strangely flat this time. & # 39;

The interests have been great for Sony Pictures, allowing Tarantino to earn a budget of $ 95 million. On Wednesday, Sony Images chief Tom Rothman was in the front row when Tarantino and his cast spoke to reporters.

Tarantino became a free agent in Hollywood after the downfall of his regular producer, Harvey Weinstein. The director has already acknowledged that he had been aware of some of the charges against Weinstein for years and said: & # 39; I knew enough to do more than I do. & # 39;

Mixed: The film has hit a number of roadblocks with certain critics, with Variety & # 39; s Owen Gleiberman, criticizing the director for reducing the story & # 39; pulp & # 39; and distancing himself from his distinctive & # 39; show do not tell & # 39; style

Mixed: The film has hit a number of roadblocks with certain critics, with Variety & # 39; s Owen Gleiberman, criticizing the director for reducing the story & # 39; pulp & # 39; and distancing himself from his distinctive & # 39; show do not tell & # 39; style

Mixed: The film has hit a number of roadblocks with certain critics, with Variety & # 39; s Owen Gleiberman, criticizing the director for reducing the story & # 39; pulp & # 39; and distancing himself from his distinctive & # 39; show do not tell & # 39; style

Other stars in the film are Al Pacino, Emile Hirsch, Damian Lewis, Bruce Dern, Dakota Fanning, Austin Butler, Lena Dunham and Margaret Qualley. In the film, the actors seem to be connected in one way or another.

Washed western star Dalton lives next to Sharon Tate, one of Hollywood & # 39; s biggest stars at the time. Martin Schwarz, played by Al Pacino, who is also Dalton's agent, while Joanna Pettet, played by Rumer Willis, shines like a friend of Sharon Tate.

Mike Moh plays Bruce Lee in a fight scene with Rick Dalton. Brad and Leonardo play a double act and they joked about & # 39; carrying the load & # 39; done in an interview that opens the first trailer.

The film is a 1969 character comedy / drama in Los Angeles, with multiple storylines that pay tribute to what is known as the golden age of Hollywood.

The 2019 Cannes Film Festival takes place until May 25 in the iconic Palais des Festivals. Actress Elle Fanning, the French graphic novelist Enki Bilal and the Oscar-named director of The Favorite, Yorgos Lanthimos, are among the jury members at the annual event.

Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu is currently the chairman of the panel that decides on prizes, including the top prize from Palme D & # 39; Or.

The film appears on July 26 and the UK on August 15 in the United States.

Stars: The film appears on July 26, 2019 in the United States and on August 15, 2019 in the United Kingdom

Stars: The film appears on July 26, 2019 in the United States and on August 15, 2019 in the United Kingdom

Stars: The film appears on July 26, 2019 in the United States and on August 15, 2019 in the United Kingdom

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