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Hollywood - Season 1

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  •  Trailer
In a sensational atmosphere, this series follows a group of skilled actors and filmmakers. They try to make documentaries about World War II. They need to make it great and they don't take a consideration about in the expense.
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Director:
Daniel Minahan, Ryan Murphy, Michael Uppendahl
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IMDb:
7.7
Quality:
HD
Duration:
50 min
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Boston Globe
Rather than look back in anger, as Murphy did brilliantly in his "American Crime Story" seasons on O.J. Simpson and on Andrew Cunanan, he chooses to use "Hollywood" to deliver a sense of denial... Ultimately, it's not healing so much as disturbing.
April 30, 2020
New York Magazine/Vulture
It is a baffling Hindenburg of TV.
April 30, 2020
indieWire
All its good intentions add up to a show as interested in moving Hollywood forward as it is patting itself on the back for the progress that's already been made.
April 29, 2020
Los Angeles Times
The exact degree of ironic self-awareness here is hard to reckon, but "Hollywood," for all its exaggerations, feels sincere... Yet it's this very sincerity, even generosity - its best features, really - that keep the series from being lifelike.
April 30, 2020
Cup of Soul
Obviously well intentioned but the dramatization is stiff and not seamlessly fused into the narrative. Is it a TV show or a Wikipedia page re-enactment?
April 30, 2020
RogerEbert.com
It just feels like [Murphy] got caught up in his own vision here, seduced by the lights of Hollywood into creating something with no consistent tone or vision.
April 30, 2020
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