Chad Hartigan’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'd only seen this film once before, alone at the Laemmle Music Hall when it first came out, and much like Céline and Jesse's night in Vienna for them, it has stayed with me and inspired me more vividly than movies I've watched dozens of times in the interim.
I cried twice watching it again today. Beyond question, the greatest sequel ever made. Like, how does someone make something this perfect? Does Linklater know it's perfect or at the end of the sound mix was he just like, "Well, good job, gang. Think we made a nice little movie here." and then went home to start writing Bad News Bears?