Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Leonardo Dicaprio’s most-awaited movie is out and here is it’s review – first, the movie grabs your curiosity and then your attention.

So, you’re planning to see Once Upon A Time In Hollywood? That is directed by Quentin Tarantino, the guy who made classic blockbusters like Kill Bill, Django Unchained and many more. And the description says that the movie is about the golden era of Hollywood, so you might’ve already formed a few assumptions about it, right? Humble advice: Dump those assumptions. Because Tarantino doesn’t fail to surprise you with every scene and you will not be able to predict what is going to happen next, even as you see it.

The story-line revolves around Rick Dalton a fading TV Star played by Leonardo DiCaprio and his stunt double & long-time friend Cliff Booth played by Brad Pitt, with a simultaneous narrative of an actress Sharon Tate played by Margot Robbie. The supporting cast includes Al Pacino, Dakota Fanning and Emile Hirsch of The Girl Next Door fame.

Tarantino’s writing has come out blooming and the vision with which he has directed the movie paints the screen with shades that have never been used before. Each shot is a spectacle. All of the actors have performed skillfully but Leonardo DiCaprio aka The G.O.A.T. outshines every other actor and his previous performances.If you are already hyped up about seeing Dicaprio on the screen, hype yourself up some more and Leo will still not disappoint you.

(Trying hard not to over-hype but)The climax will keep you on the edge of your seat (literally).

&flix held a premiere of the movie with #FlixFirstScreening and the folks who watched it seem to appreciate the movie too.

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Paawan Sunam, a wordsmith by profession who likes art, Beatles, coffee, DiCaprio and Eminem brings a fresh perspective contrary to existing perceptions and believes in questioning everything, also has a belief that there should be a bigger place in the world for words and not war. He prefers the phenomena of the physical world of plants and animals(especially dogs) over possessions. Reckons moving to the rhythm and moving on.