A star for Keith L. Williams screaming & a star for how cute Tremblay is. Half for the comedy. 🤟🏾
On the whole a vaguely amusing film with a few laugh out loud moments.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Imagine opening a script and seeing one of the lines your character delivers is,
“Did anybody order fried sauerkraut? HA HA HA HA!”
a dream come true.
✨ The film itself, despite dragging at some times, is a dreamy transportation to 1969 Hollywood; Tarantino’s love letter to the industry. The film shines. Rich with references to old films and nods to stars of the time. The sound track, like always, in true Tarantino fashion is glorious and the cintematography is…
💐🌞✨🌸 don’t take drugs kids 🌸✨🌞💐
the two stars of this review are for cinematography, transitions and the score. the other half is for narrative. i hate to say this but surprisingly, i did not like this film. i adored the look, visually stunning, but the narrative was weak. the film had potential to be electrifying in places, but hardly swelled. it relied on unnecessaryly gruesome images for scares, rather than an unsettling storyline. i enjoyed the psychedelic hazy edit…