Eddie Bergman’s review published on Letterboxd:
Basically everything positive I've read about this movie is true.
Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate is the heart and soul of this movie. Leonardo Dicaprio and Brad Pitt are both fantastic. It probably is Tarantino's most mature movie to date. And 1969's Hollywood is a sight to behold, with the soundtrack to please the ears that goes along with it.
A few things bothered me a bit, like Kurt Russell's narration toward the end which felt a bit unnecessary (though his voice always is pleasant). Rick Dalton's scenes that weren't in the right format. It did feel a bit slow at times, especially when compared to the ending, which was just completely bonkers, but in the best possible way.