Josh Larsen’s review published on Letterboxd:
It can’t be an accident that a film like this is Tarantino’s 9th and—according to his own decree—penultimate effort. If we’re to believe him, the sun is setting on Tarantino’s time, just like Rick's. There’s a reason so much time is given to characters cruising down the street with their windows rolled down and a singular song on the radio; this is a film made by someone who’s lived long enough to understand how much such fleeting moments matter. Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood is a twilight film in more ways than one.