maddy 🧚♀️’s review published on Letterboxd:
I find myself a little bit lost for words. This was certainly different to what I’m used to from Tarantino. It’s a departure, but not in a bad way. There was a sort of melancholy tone and nostalgia about it. I loved the late 60s Hollywood vibes and all of the performances. Pitt’s character was a riot. DiCaprio gave a stellar performance that was surprisingly sensitive in some ways. And Robbie, although not having as much screen time and as many lines as the others was still as fantastic as she always is. The precision with the costuming, production design and music was fucking fantastic and I totally dug all of it. I wasn’t expecting anything less from Tarantino with that ending too... Wowza.
Edit: The feet shots tho.