Once Upon A Time In Hollywood spoilers ahead!
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is filmmaker Quentin Tarantino’s ode to a very specific era in Tinseltown, one that came to an end–at least, it seems, in the director’s mind–when Charles Manson directed members of his cult to murder Sharon Tate, her unborn child, and three of her friends in August, 1969.
Tarantino paid close attention to recreating this particular time and place, from the ads on the radio to the restaurants at which the characters eat. OUATIH is crammed full of fun references to the 1960s, Hollywood, pop culture, and even Tarantino’s past work. We did our best to document as many as we could, but this is a film that will benefit from repeat viewings. Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments below.