Everything Wrong With Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

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Quentin Tarantino is back with Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. It's got Brad Pitt, Leonardo, Margo Robbie, and Bruce Lee & Charles Manson (no, really). Most everyone liked it and it was up for Best Picture, but it still has sins. So we counted them.
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  • Just gonna ignore the fact that the Asian Manson killers death scene was basically just Elle Drivers death but with added flamethrower fatality

  • i have a problem with the bruce lee scene, because he defends hes character saying that bruce lee is arrogant and cocky, bruce lee daughter step in saying that bruce lee worships muhammad ali, and she is right, and tarantino ends with a lie in this movie forever.

  • When my brother went to see it he said that an hour and a half through the movie he didn’t know what it was about

  • The sudden narration made me think we had a second sinner and I was excited, but then disappointed, so I am adding an additional sin of my own out of spite.

  • I honestly feel that Brad Pitt fighting Bruce Lee was to make you feel confident in his fighting skills later in the film. Like not caring about all the hippies that could've jumped him or when he was high.

  • I'm not sure I get obsession by CinemaSins (and a lot of the moviegoing public in general) to make out that having protracted or slower portions to movies is "bad" by default. No, OUATIH is not a rollicking good time I would automatically drop everything to watch if I stumbled across it on television, but the slowness of most of the film serves a purpose: beyond fully immersing us in the setting (which is pretty enjoyable to see by itself), it also distracts us from the underlying Manson plot...and then when the would-be killers arrive at the scene, suddenly we have to face the idea that these two characters we've come to get to know and (probably) like are about to get murdered instead of what historically happened...or, worse, we will experience the actual historical murder from the perspective of our protagonists. And THAT then does a complete 180 moments into when they break into the home and it dawns on us that this is a wish fulfillment fantasy in which bad guys get what's coming to them and everything works out okay. I was actually floored at the end of the film, in a good way, and that's worth something. On another note, this video missed the point of Brad Pitt's character and the wife - the person the character is based on MIGHT have killed his wife, but the truth is unclear and probably always will be. That little tidbit in the film is just another cameo of a Hollywood story (hence the title), suggesting that he might have killed his wife without actually telling us whether he did or didn't. Heck, given the final shot of the flashback, it's possible he even accidentally killed his wife, if the blowgun or whatever that was went off by accident while pointed at her.


  • Uh... it's not a flashback. Sorry, pal. You know what I mean. Bruce Lee and Cliff. It's not a flashback. It is a tiny "what could have been" arc made up entirely by Cliff

  • For someone who Sins movies for arbitrary systems, the Bonus Round counting system seems awfully arbitrary. I'm sure there was a reason to state the time spent driving by named characters, and not use that as the Bonus Round score. What was that reason?

  • I made it through two minutes of this. Really not funny, I am out.

  • Disservice on Bruce Lee's memory and rewriting of Polanski's wife death REALLY pissed me off. Also, focusing on that Mason girl's ass at the car.

  • wait...san andreas played in the 90s!?

  • 17:00 there is no way anyone on psychedelics would have the mental capacity to pull off everything done here

  • Can’t believe you didn’t sin Uma Thurman’s daughter being cast in a Tarantino film

  • Dude 11:45 the Spahn Ranch scene, you were waaay off the mark for suspense. Shorty Shae was a stuntman and went to the ranch in 1969 to see his friend George. The guy Pitt punches is Steve Grogan. Grogan killed Shae, his body was discovered in 1977. It was a prelude of "once upon a time" for Sharon living that Pitt lives his little "once upon a time". The relief of him driving off and living is the same as when in the end Sharon lives. Both are " once upon a time" and we feel good for a moment only to realize they both died. Masterful!

  • Another bonus round for all the feet? And I feel like way too few "movie has time for this" sins were added.

  • Foot bonus round

  • 9:13 have you not seen "Have Gun - Will Travel"?

  • 1:22 the best thing with having a cinema as second home. You know exactly what it is

  • Completely agree that the ending is makes reality feel more tragic. That's exactly how I felt when I saw the movie. Like yeah, it was GREAT to watch the Manson's get violently murdered, to get that sense of Justice and enjoy the primal cathartic release, but then the actual ending just makes you think of everything that could've been.

  • please do sully his wife really annoyed me

  • The driving sins are invalid - the whole driving thing in the movie is perfect. It captures the essence of LA, namely wasting time driving everywhere lol

  • You have to be an idiot to sin the head slamming scene. That was one of the best scenes of ever.

  • Sometimes I feel like the only person in the world who is not interested in learning the story of the Manson family. Wouldn't I be immersing myself in moral entropy by learning about it? Sigh. Must I?

  • All the thing here with the years of movies that appears in billboards after 69, Tarantino himself said that its not the point if something is year here or year before its dosent really matters..

  • In 1969 Hispanics were not treated very well by Hollywood. The Chinese actor Bruce Lee was treated very well by Hollywood. This film reverses these truths. These portrayals are anachronistic and likely reflect the current fact that Hispanics are a growing and powerful demographic today and the Western Powers are going hard after anything Chinese.

  • This movie was amazing. I watched an hour of this movie AND THEY HADN"T GOTTEN TO THE STORY YET!!!! Seriously it was 90% of people walking and driving in cars. All the while I was looking for something to worry or care about. And I thought, Did Tarantino say that he could make a movie with a script.

  • Forgot to add 300 sins for the most boring movie ever made

  • Half of his accusations are complete bull shit

  • "Problematic portrayal of women" You mean the lovable Sharon Tate, the intelligent, kind girl actor or Rick's Italian wife who kicked ass at the end? What shiny white armour you have, Jeremy.

    • Sharon Tate is presentend as a brainless woman (you say "intelligent", I'd love you to give an example of her intelligence being presented in the movie): there is more attention on her feet than on her personality. Rick's Italian wife is playing the funny foreign girl who doesn't understand anything - and how is she kicking ass? It's not a shiny armour. This movie's portrayal of women is, indeed, messed up. Just an example : time.com/5645347/quentin-tarantino-women-dialogue/

  • PLEASE do everything wrong with cats 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • aaaaaaaand this channel still sucks


  • This guy has turned full on sjw

  • Pussycat puts her feet on the windshield: *10 MILLION SINS*

  • Is this channel still on? Wow

  • You don't understand his style... And that is okay, this movie is for specific people, and besides, everyone sees such things differently

  • Seriously tho, DiCaprio's second scene with the little girl, god damnit, that was some mighty fucking acting in there, definitely one of Leo's best.

  • Why is there no cinemasins on wolf of wall street yet????

  • This movie is a sleeper. if ur sleepy, this movie will put u to sleep

  • I really hated bruce lee's part, CinemaSins is right on every point on that.

  • this sucks ass

  • Cinema-cuck

  • Everything wrong with die another day!!!

  • @cinemasins how have you not sinned the new "Point Break" movie?

  • I KNOW he does a bonus round at the very end for all the scenes that show driving... However, I think it's more of a testament of how cool, rare and unique it was for Tarantino to actually be able to pull this off & close SO MANY of these LA roads for so long just to shoot a small part of the movie!

  • surprised u didn't sin a couple spots like 14:43 when that one girl says "what did charlie say" as if Charles Manson actually ORDERED the killings of Sharon Tate and the others. But its documented that Charles Manson never actually said those words nor ordered anyone to do that. 6:48 should have taken away 5-10-15-20 sins or whatever because BRUCE LEE got his ass beat in a movie, BY A STUNTMAN at that! 9:40 HOW DO U NOT TAKE OFF 10 SINS FOR THAT ASS BRO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 12:40 Maybe should remove a sin for the beat down Brad Pitt gave to that hippie just to fix his car tire. 17:36 Dude don't you have to push a button for people to hear on the other side of those intercoms or whatever their called. +1 sin well thats my list

  • Bruce Lee was a fraud! Lee getting ass fucked was the best part of the movie.

  • I wonder how many of these sins are just Jeremy trolling the haters. Keep it up!

  • Hater

  • Parasite > Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

  • Fuck, already seen it three times. Now I'm going to watch it again. Beacuse this movie is awesome.

  • I wonder how pissed off Tarantnio would be if he saw this video that pointe out all the flaws in his film.

    • Most of these sins are bullshit, so he probably wouldn't care

  • The movie is full of references to classic Hollywood. The driving scenes are obvious tributes to Birdemic. Surprised you didn't catch that.

    • Burt Gummerfan Well, that’s your opinion. I personally didn’t mind them but I can understand when someone thinks that this movie was taking way too much time with scenes like this.

    • @M you CAN'T spend too much time paying tribute to Birdemic

    • Burt Gummerfan He was sinning the fact that movie spends way too much time with these scenes. He may or may not caught that.

  • Its my first time when I dislike Yours movie after just 2min.

  • Just like Tarantino taking the truth and bending it like a rubber corn cob.

  • Jeremy always makes a pop cultural reference that isn't a sin of the film cliche.

  • Who is here after thebirdman ?😂

  • This really makes me want to see this movie

  • Typewriter maintenance! Impressed asf! Most obscure quote from one of the most memorable tirades from an underrated incredible movie full of great tirades. Two seconds later more dickriding 8 mile. Oh it was Green Mile, well this Channel full of douchebags would not recall their sin so I guess I'm not going to correct my mistake still very impressive inclusion of typewriter maintenance got to love that if you love movies