• July 26, 2019

Top 10 Things Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Got Factually Right

These are the things that 2019’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” got historically right. Quentin Tarantino may play it fast and loose with the facts most of the time, but some of the time, he’s pretty on point — how close to home did he hit it with his new movie? From the Manson Girls’ favorite music, to the name of Roman Polanski’s dog, to Bruce Lee’s surprising client, we’re looking into the real-life history behind QT’s latest fantasy. Which moment surprised you the most? Let us know in the comments below!

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Things Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Got Factually Right

  1. So they basically got pretty much everything right besides the murders being reversed in the end. Fantastic movie. Definitely seeing it again.

  2. I Saw This Film and I Absolutely Loved it, The End Scene was One of the Funniest moments in any Tarantino Film Imo, My Whole Audience Died laughing

  3. This is a very interesting twist of events, especially with Sharon Tate (excellent choice for actress to play her, she’s just so hot). I mean, that Manson family “back fire” is great! And that flame thrower is a cherry on top. But about Bruce Lee… interesting. Otherwise it’ll be too obvious and mundane if you used the facts. It was sort of random, but you needed to fit him into the story line somehow given that Tarrantino is a huge Bruce Lee fan. Tarrantino has been taking a very different, almost indirect approach in directing. His elements are there, I mean you know a Tarrantino movie when you see one. But it’s different. And man, he loves them feet! Gross with how dirty and they were always propped up, but alright that’s your thing. So, looking at his films beginning with Reservoir Dogs until now, you see an evolution of film making. Big fan of his work, wow!

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