Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Passes Inglourious Basterds To Become Tarantino's Second-Biggest Movie

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood has crossed a new box office milestone.

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Quentin Tarantino's newest movie, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, will go down as one of his most successful at the box office. After another weekend in theatres, the movie has now made $136.9 million in the United States and Canada and $195.5 million from foreign markets. Globally, the period movie has now pulled in $329.4 million to become Tarantino's second-biggest movie ever.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood passes 2009's Inglourious Basterds ($321.5 million) to become Taraninto's second-biggest movie, only behind Django Unchained ($425.4 million).

Tarantino's ninth movie, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt as an actor and his stunt double in 1969 Hollywood. Margot Robbie appears as Sharon Tate, while a long list of famous people have roles including Luke Perry, who passed away in March.

GameSpot's 9/10 Once Upon A Time In Hollywood review said, "It succeeds immensely at being a fairy tale--a recounting of a time and place, an attempt to capture the essence of Hollywood's golden age, one that came to an end in 1969--but, maybe for Tarantino, never really ended at all."

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Jeez, how did it only net 300mil? Tarentino is a genius, and then crap like the rehashed comic book movies rake in billions. Bleh.

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I love how this limited pedestrian writer doesnt mention that DJANGO the movie starring a black actor is his number one film...subtle ...very subtle...

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Master of Alternate Reality.

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I wanted to enjoy this movie so much, but it was so damn boring. I thought for sure Tarantino was gonna knock it out of the park. I was so let down. I have no interest in ever watching it again. Easily one of his worst. I can’t believe the good reviews it’s getting.

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@justthetip: to each their own. I loved it. Jackie brown being his best in my opinion next to hateful 8

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@restatbonfire: I loved The Hateful Eight. I don’t know what it is about this one though. I just have no love for it.

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@restatbonfire: yup same here those are also my favorite, I love his dialogue driven movies where all the characters are older and really smart and have schemes.

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