Quentin Tarantino's newest film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has been making the rounds at movie theaters. It's definitely one of those movies that nostalgia-lovers will thrive on watching. It's even better knowing that the late Burt Reynolds actually had a bit to do with one of the best lines in the movie!\r\n\r\nReynolds was actually supposed to be in the film, twice! One of these scenes was supposed to be for a\u00a0Smokey and the Bandit scene in the film, played by James Marsden. However, he died before getting the opportunity to film for the movie and they cut his scenes.\r\nThe one line in the film that Tarantino fell in love with\r\n\r\n\r\nTarantino did a recent interview with Sight & Sound magazine on one of the best lines that Reynolds came up with for the movie. This line occurs in the scene where Bruce Lee (Mike Moh) tells Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) that he's "kind of pretty for a stunt guy."\r\n\r\n\u201cI did not come up with that. Burt Reynolds read the script, and he knows a lot of stunt guys. And Burt said, \u2018So Brad Pitt is playing the stunt guy?\u2019 And I said, \u2018Yeah.\u2019 And Burt says, \u2018You gotta have somebody say, \u2018You\u2019re kinda pretty for a stunt guy.\u2019 And the thing is, Brad doesn\u2019t like making his looks a thing in a movie, but he couldn\u2019t say no to that, because it was Burt Reynolds\u2019 line!\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\nHowever, not everyone is happy with that particular scene\r\nTarantino also says that he loves the scene between the two, especially Bruce Lee's teasing toward Cliff Booth. He says it's \u00a0\u201creally great. Because he doesn\u2019t really dig it. But the fact that Burt Reynolds came up with it \u2014 he can\u2019t say sh--!"\r\n\r\nThe director of the film might be happy with it, but the actual Bruce Lee's daughter isn't. Shannon Lee is not happy about her father's portrayal in the film. She says the film makes her dad look like "an arrogant a-hole who was full of hot air."\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nShannon says it\u2019s really hard to watch this completely inaccurate portrayal of her father. For instance, she says\u00a0as an Asian-American in the 1960s, Lee would have had to work twice as hard (if not more) to succeed as much as Booth and Dalton did.\r\n\r\n\u201cI can understand all the reasoning behind what is portrayed in the movie,\u201d Shannon says in\u00a0regards\u00a0to the film\u2019s choices. \u201cI understand that the two characters are antiheroes and this is sort of like a rage fantasy of what would happen\u2026 and they\u2019re portraying a period of time that clearly had a lot of racism and exclusion.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nWhether some people believe certain portrayals were good or not, it's safe to say the film is doing well regardless. The film has a fresh 85% on Rotten Tomatoes, an 8.4\/10 on IMDb, and a 4\/5 on Common Sense Media. So far it has grossed $64.5 million at the box office. It's still in theaters, too, so don't forget to see it!\r\nSee more about what Bruce Lee's daughter has to say about the new Tarantino film.