It's everywhere! The first five minutes contain real barf material. It is an insane Roman Circus illustrating a young Hollywood as we would like to think it.
Robbie was doing her shtick: dumb, wild blonde with no limits on behavior. Pitt was the handsome silent screen heartthrob who had a new fiance every third scene. The supporting cast was good because this film was primarily a dramedy or comedrama so serious acting was not required. The only too-far performance was Toby Maquire.
Just a little too long. Take a hanky.
A film about Hollywood released just in time for consideration means the studio expects an Oscar party of major proportion. We'll see.
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Topic - 'Babylon': Volcanic bad taste . . . - Billy Wonka 18:46:04 12/22/22 (6)
- This is Pitt's second dip into old Hollywood. First being "Once Upon a Time ...-". nt - free.ranger 10:58:56 12/30/22 (1)
- And Robbie's. nt - free.ranger 11:00:35 12/30/22 (0)
- That's got Academy Award written all over it. Nt - geoffkait 11:17:57 12/26/22 (3)