TANYA’s review published on Letterboxd:
To see Leonardo diCaprio getting back again in a brand-new role after a few years since ‘The Revenant’, and especially being teamed-up with Brad Pitt, where the working chemistry was truly undeniable -that I wish they can pair again, there couldn’t be more exciting than that haha.
There were some scenes, before the batshit-crazy-fun-ass ending, where I almost felt like intensity was building up- that something was about to happen at that particular moment, but when it didn’t, then I’d be just like ‘eh it’s okay, it’s fine, I’m already invested for Leo, Brad, and the extremely gorgeous Margot Robbie anyway haha.
From all the Quentin Tarantino films that I have seen, OUATIH seemed to be more different than the others in some aspects. Although it felt a little bit lighter (i guess in terms of the dialogue, and plot), it was, nevertheless, entertaining and hilarious. And one of the things that I just like about stepping into the Tarantino Universe is the imploring of the what ifs and possibilities, the too-good-to-be-true endings; the alter-realities, as what they say.