Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

Came off as a very weird, white filmbro fantasy indulging itself in cultural nostalgia - Cliff Booth is undoubtedly Tarantino's self-insert of a sugar daddy hero who comes in to save the day. Bruce Lee scene is beyond insulting; he literally exists in the script to make Cliff a "stronger" character, reducing one of the most iconic figures in the world into a joke. As if Hollywood hasn't done enough with their long history of emasculating Asian males with harmful stereotypes or images. How many "love letters" to Hollywood are we really going to get? Was practically waiting for Leo to start singing "Someone in the Crowd" and talk about how he's going to save jazz or whatever.

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