Brendan McDonald’s review published on Letterboxd:
Is it blasphemy to say this is my favorite Linklater film? Because I think it just might be. One thing I think Linklater consistently does very well is characters, and this is a film that has no shortage of characters. Most of them don't go through much growth, but every single one has a story and stands out in their own way. The humour is also undeniably fantastic, everything about this movie is so perfectly and totally engrossed in the 70s and is just a total vibe to sit through and take in, and the soundtrack is perfect. I just love it, and really don't think it's possible for me to tire of it.