Years after the Vietnam War, legendary soldier John Rambo travels through a small town where he is wrongfully arrested and abused. Their assault triggers his PTSD, causing him to break free and flee into the forest. Rambo is pursued by the police who are unaware that he’s an expert in guerilla warfare.
Newlywed bride Grace finds herself tied into a deadly game of chance as part of her new family’s wedding night tradition, and she’ll have to find a way to survive the night and escape her crazy new in-laws while quickly coming to terms with the fact that she has clearly married into the wrong family.
Quentin Tarantino treads treacherous waters in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood by putting us right in the midst of the infamous Manson murders of 1969. In order to most clearly express my thoughts on the film, I have decided to talk about it at length, without restriction, in this spoiler-filled post.
Set in Los Angeles in 1969, right before the notorious Charles Manson murders, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood focuses on the lives of actor Rick Dalton, a television icon turned movie star whose popularity is in decline, and his enigmatic stunt double and good friend, Cliff Booth.
Married into a life of crime, three women living in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City in the late ‘70s find themselves trapped in their incarcerated husband’s shadows. Tired of being weak and dependent, the ladies band together to take control of their situation by trying to take over the mob.