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Director Quentin Tarantino, left, and actor Leonardo DiCaprio pose for photos at a news conference in Tokyo on Monday to promote their latest film "Once Upon a Time in ... Hollywood," which opens in Japan on Friday. It is the 11th visit to Japan for DiCaprio, 44, and the first time for him to come with Tarantino, 56, with whom he worked on "Django Unchained." See related story here.

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1 ( +2 / -1 )

They could have dressed for the occasion.

-4 ( +3 / -7 )

LOL, the clothes police are always ready to comment on someone's clothing choices.

4 ( +6 / -2 )

Grabage movies, no thanks..

-7 ( +3 / -10 )

@kentarogaijin: Have you seen it? if so, I will accept your opinion.

Makes a difference from the relentless stream of sequels and remakes this year.

5 ( +5 / -0 )

One is a skilled and revered director, the other a symbol of Holywood excess.

I enjoy their films.

But loathe their surfeit posturing and belief that a cinematic future legacy.is a lack of intemperance.

-2 ( +2 / -4 )

since nobody can,t give a positive comment around here, i,ll try my best,

one of the best movies of the year. no surprise, since we,re talking about one of the best directors of all time, with an ensemble cast.

about the clothes... this is just the news conference, not the actual premiere i think. i suppose they were wearing suits later.

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can someone please tell me where was the premiere exactly?

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They dress like guys eating at Sukiya after a losing day of off-track betting.

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Makes a difference from the relentless stream of sequels and remakes this year.

Same difference. Yawn. It's a remake of bad old tv. What makes the flick pass from boring to painful is the grotesque imitations of real life celebrities. They were right to write the name in subtitle as you would have never recognized. Tate didn't need getting slaughtered again. The Bruce Lee scene... I regret I can't unsee. Tarentino can't go lower.

nobody can,t give a positive comment

I like their matching bomber jackets. Uniqlo ?

-2 ( +0 / -2 )

Did Leo preach about global warming before climbing back aboard his Gulfstream g650?

-2 ( +1 / -3 )

Very brave going to Asia after disparaging Bruce Lee in the movie.

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Director is hugely influenced by Asian Golden Movies and often steal the scenes and adds it in his style, that's how he became famous.

He is very much fascinated by HK Film Action and Japanese Samurai Ninja Movies.

But at least he says he is very much thankful for awesome Asian films back in those golden cinema. Other hollywood directors steals but remains silent.

Leo is a good actor though.

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@rcch: Excellent - Thank you. I am very much looking forward to going to to see this at the weekend. I have, of course read the (mostly) positive reviews and basically don't care if films are un-pc or disrespectful to whatever the topic may be, It's a film., not the news. not a political statement. People need to lighten up.

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@coskuri you look like a very sensitive person...

@theResident you,re absolutely right, people need to chill. we both know that just like every movie, there,s people that gonna say bad things about it, but generally speaking, this is an instant classic.

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