Brandon’s review published on Letterboxd:
Regrettably, very good. Tarantino finally learned how to use shagginess as a strength. This movie wanders and stargazes, but it serves amazing characters and a beautifully sun-burnt ideation of LA. Almost definitely the funniest film he’s ever made. I think this holds a somewhat similar space in his filmography as The Beach Bum does in Korine’s, the look of 2 directors using the hang-out film to explore deeply sad friendships.