Rating: 9 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 07/27/2019
Los Angeles, 1969. TV star Rick Dalton, a struggling actor specializing in westerns, and stuntman Cliff Booth, his best friend, try to survive in a constantly changing movie industry. Dalton is the neighbor of the young and promising actress and model Sharon Tate, who has just married the prestigious Polish director Roman Polanski…
Rated R | Length 162 minutes
Michael Madsen | Brad Pitt | Dakota Fanning | Al Pacino | James Remar | Vincent Laresca | Tim Roth | Clifton Collins Jr. | Leonardo DiCaprio | Perla Haney-Jardine | Kurt Russell | Bruce Dern | Luke Perry | Timothy Olyphant | Damian Lewis | Zoe Bell | Rumer Willis | Danielle Harris | Omar Doom | Nicholas Hammond | Brenda Vaccaro | Corey Burton | Lew Temple | Emile Hirsch | Maurice Compte | Spencer Garrett | Martin Kove | Scoot McNairy | Rebecca Gayheart | Clu Gulager | Damon Herriman | Marco Rodríguez | Dreama Walker | Austin Butler | Casey O'Neill | Sydney Sweeney | Costa Ronin | Lena Dunham | Ramón Franco | Craig Stark | Madisen Beaty | Margot Robbie | Harley Quinn Smith | Chic Daniel | Eddie Perez | David Steen | Lorenza Izzo | James Landry Hébert | Keith Jefferson | Chad Ridgely | Samantha Robinson | Gilbert Saldivar | Monica Staggs | Kayla Jenee Radomski | Courtney Hoffman | Mike Moh | Rebecca Rittenhouse | Heba Thorisdottir | Margaret Qualley | Kate Berlant | Bruce Del Castillo | Kansas Bowling | Parker Love Bowling | Rafał Zawierucha | Breanna Wing | Mikey Madison | Julia Butters | JLouis Mills | Gabriela Flores | Dallas Jay Hunter | Hugh McCallum | Michael Graham | Rachel Redleaf | Maya Hawke | Cassidy Vick Hice | Mark Warrack | Raul Cardona | Michaela Sprague | Zander Grable | Victoria Pedretti | Victoria Truscott | Gillian M. Berrow | Daniella Pick | Kerry Westcott | Josephine Valentina Clark | Kenneth Sonny Donato | Ruby Rose Skotchdopole | Ryan Ramirez | Ed Regine | Allison Yaple | Sergio Gonzalez | Emile Williams | Michael Bissett | Lenny Langley Jr.
Drove down to Littleton to see this in 35mm with Tonia and Gavin. Some minor annoyances aside, I really liked it a lot. This one has a different feel to it than Tarantino’s other films. It really doesn’t try to mimic any other styles and feels settled and self-assured, wistful and melancholy.
I really loved all the characters and everyone did such a great job. I thought both Pitt and DiCaprio were excellent. Robbie brought a nice touching innocence to Tate and Margaret Qualley as Pussycat was a great standout.
Definitely want to see it again in theaters.