Lebowskidoo🍿😷🍁’s review published on Letterboxd:
Tarantino delivers again! This movie is full of love for the 60's in Los Angeles, and it has plenty of surprises to keep you interested. Although it's long, you feel like the running time has just whipped by.
Pitt and DiCaprio make a great movie team together, and QT has also cast Emile Hirsch in this as well, and we finally get a scene with him and DiCaprio, two people I always thought should play brothers or relatives of some kind. There are so many famous faces in this, some I didn't even realize until it was over, such as Dakota Fanning as Squeaky Fromme!
This was a movie not just for film geeks, but everyone can enjoy it. The audience truly appreciated that ending and clapped and screamed and stamped their feet. Or maybe I just had a rowdy crowd, whatever.