Aronne Ibarra’s review published on Letterboxd:
Old Hollywood was waiting for Quentin Tarantino to make a film about it. Bursting with life and personality, Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood was a fun, fun ride through the late sixties in the City of Angels. It managed to perfectly hit all the subtle emotional beats. Everything from the production, the wardrobe, the aesthetic, and the glorious soundtrack was brilliant. Leo and Brad's chemistry is amazing; Brad really deserved that Oscar while Leo again adds to his great acting performances and shows why he's still one of the top actors (and still one of my few faves) in the business. Margot Robbie was fantastic as well (and her feet, of course). Hell, everyone did helluva job!
One of the funniest films of 2019 with another great script from Tarantino. Though I did find the first hour and a half a bit slow, things eventually start to pick up after that. And I'd be lying if I said the last 30 minutes weren't one of the craziest scenes, maybe of all time! Tarantino tends to enjoy himself in these films, maybe too much in the first hour and a half, but Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood is blast.