Once Upon a Time in Hollywood review – Why Margaret Qualley’s ‘Pussycat’ makes the entire film

Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is an unabashedly glorious study of the washed-up actor. Both DiCaprio and Pitt are equally intriguing and lovable, but as expected, the events of the Tate murders, and Tate herself are relegated to mere background noise, and it doesn't quite fit.

La La Land review

La La Land is a living breathing technicolor work of art. A delightfully charming trip down memory lane to the films of Hollywood's golden age, but also so much more. A modern masterpiece with class performances and cinematography so sharp and inventive that it makes a lot of other films look ordinary. It's also a musical for those who aren't that into musicals.