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mulphy

Once Upon A Time In America .

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some people tag it as a classic , me I was bored mostly .

stars Robert de niro and james woods who are two fantastic actors .

over 4 hours long .

worst music score ive ever heard in a movie .

directed by segio leone .

4 hours I ll never get back .

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What is sad is this is not Once Upon A Time, it was real and it was just days ago. Is there more to the story than what we see on the video....not sure. But the video makes me angry.

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can you stay on topic please gents .

this is a movie , tv series thread .

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An epic story, beautifully laid out, made by a real master director.

One of my favorite movies, and this is one of them that just works so much better on the real big screen than on TV.

I remember seeing an Interview with the actual producer (his name escapes me now ...) where he remembered Leone (Who at that time has fallen off the path of glory and success a bit) asked him for a meeting to discuss a "project". And during the next 4 and a half hours Leone explained the movie in words, scene by scene, cadre by cadre, light by light, in real time, exactly as he did it later when the movie was finished and cut.

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An epic story, beautifully laid out, made by a real master director.

One of my favorite movies, and this is one of them that just works so much better on the real big screen than on TV.

I remember seeing an Interview with the actual producer (his name escapes me now ...) where he remembered Leone (Who at that time has fallen off the path of glory and success a bit) asked him for a meeting to discuss a "project". And during the next 4 and a half hours Leone explained the movie in words, scene by scene, cadre by cadre, light by light, in real time, exactly as he did it later when the movie was finished and cut.

Great movie

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