We all know Quentin Tarantino likes to give us some pretty crazy endings, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is no different! We’re here to give you everything you need to know about the director’s 9th movie, from the history of Sharon Tate’s murder, and how the movie actually has some strange connections to Walt Disney. What did you think of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood?

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  1. Tarantino fan? Wiggle your big toe and let us know which of his films is the best! Vote here:

  2. Maybe in this universe Polanski didn’t drug and ass rape a 13 year old girl. I sure love fairytales.

  3. As you know DiCaprio and Pitt’s characters are based on Burt Reynolds and Hal Needham. In reality if the Manson family had come across these 2 and went back to kill them instead of invading Polanski’s home, Burt and Hal would have whooped the hell out of them. I mean, What If?

    • @Michael Kilgore. They’re not really based on them. Just their friendship. Burt Reynolds was actually a character in the movie portrayed by James Marsden but his scenes were cut.

  4. Did anyone else want to see what really happened to Sharon and her friends that night by Quentin T? It would of been good. Not that what happen to them was good.

  5. Tarantino does the sixties proper. Wish this real life story hadn’t happened. Enjoyed the movie ending way better!

  6. Cant believe I’m realizing the source of “FORGET IT MARGE, IT’S CHINATOWN” from this review

  7. What hurt the ending was Linda Kasabian bailing out. At that point it made zero sense for the others to commit the murders and then hitchhike home with blood all over them. Should’ve done that part different.

    What did make it work was Cliff being hopped up on acid. If they just burst on him and he kills them, the whole thing would have looked childish. Adding an off the wall comedic touch made it entertaining.

    One other thing, they should have shown brief scenes of Steven Parent leaving as the killers walked toward Rick’s house and the LoBiancas at home. As long as you’re showing everyone surviving, go the distance.

  8. This is possibly the WORST film i’ve ever seen. Tarantino’s lost it. He’s become a Malibu profligate. I don’t even know what this movie’s about. The whole time I was waiting for SOMETHING to happen. 2 hours in and im like wtf is this . The Actors are good but wtf kind of nothing movie is this. fkn ppl eating dog food. thats the highlight.

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