James Betsalel’s review published on Letterboxd:
My QT filmography rewatch to introduce my girlfriend to his work rolls to a close with us finally checking out my 4k copy of his latest film. This will be the third review I've done here for this film so I will keep it short. One of the best hangout/bromance movies of the decade is Tarantino's love letter to Hollywood and most personal film to date. Don't know if I mentioned this before but all the crane shots in this are fucking outstanding. Special features and deleted scenes are fun but pretty standard. The production featurette focusing on redressing L.A. was particularly interesting to a one time SoCal native.