Brandon Holmes’s review published on Letterboxd:
Tarantino’s slice-of-life, I guess?
Look, I appreciate Tarantino essentially making the movie of his dreams and giving as many homages as he can. That being said, I’m really not a fan of movies that fail to accomplish anything meaningful on screen. The abrupt ending was bungled, albeit funny, but funny needs actually do something. There’s nothing learned, nothing really intelligent either, just a lot of easter eggs, references, and buildup for 150 minutes just for the ending.