Jak-Luke Sharp’s review published on Letterboxd:
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“Hey! You're Rick fucking Dalton, don't you forget it”
Tarantino returns with his 9th feature and arguably his best yet with added controversy, of course. Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is undoubtedly Tarantino’s masterpiece in terms of filmmaking. The performances all round are terrific if not all slightly underused, bizarrely considering the gargantuan pacing, of which is equally mesmerising to be utterly astounding. However, with much of Tarantino’s late work, all roads lead to Rome, and with such conclude a with an insensitive and ignorant finale, that doesn’t go the way you’d expect, yet still crosses the line.