With Tarantino's latest film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood finally being unleashed upon the world at large, it is bound to be a great many things to a great many people. Set in Hollywood circa 1969, the film sees Tarantino assembling a truly all-star cast to bring his nostalgic, glimmering ode to innocence lost to life in thrilling fashion.
From long-time Tarantino regulars such as Kurt Russell or Brad Pitt to newcomers such as Margaret Qualley or Austin Butler, this film is practically bursting at the seams with award-worthy star-power. Even discounting characters and actors who make only minor appearances such as Damon Herriman as Charles Manson, Bruce Dern as George Spahn, or even Emile Hirsch as Jay Sebring, there's still an unbelievable amount of huge stars playing major roles in this thing.
But which one of them steals the whole show?
Let's recount all of the all-around stellar performances given in Tarantino's latest film and see exactly how they all stack up.
Special Aside: The late, great Luke Perry is not featured on this list but his brief yet powerful performance as Wayne Maunder is utterly wonderful.