Nicholas Marsh’s review published on Letterboxd:
Quentin Tarantino’s love letter to a Hollywood past is such an enjoyable journey with two excellent and unique characters.
Brad Pitt killed this performance and will so obviously and deservingly be lauded with praise and awards. But at the same time, I think Leo was excellent and his performance will be largely under the radar, but that trailer scene was just *chef’s kiss*.
I’ve really enjoyed this stage of Tarantino’s career, the revisionist history thing is quickly, cool, and fun.
This film is special. This film is wonderful.