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John Ruhl’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
What sealed the deal for me was the final five minutes. It really leaves you at a loss for words when the credits begin to roll. It’s something that distinguishes what preceded it and begins to elevate it to such a sad and beautiful level you begin to marvel at how Tarantino has been leading us for the past two hours and forty-one minutes all the way to the film’s final images.
Brad Pitt, also, be ready to (hopefully) get one of those good ole’ Best Supporting Actor Oscar statues.