Dan Murta’s review published on Letterboxd:
Letterboxd 2.0 project up and running and off to a great start.
It must be a crazy thing to have your name become an adjective, right?
"This is the least Tarantino movie Tarantino has made in a long time" is one hell of a sentence to assert, especially when it is the best way to convey this truth. And yet, I must add that this is still a very Tarantino movie when it comes about top notch film-making quality.
The only reason why I won't deem it a perfect masterpiece is that I am not a big fan of that voice over narration sequence towards the end. It rushed a story that was embracing its slow pacing like a boss, which only makes me crave for the allegedly four-hour long cut that exists somewhere inside Tarantino's pockets.