Ryan Faber’s review published on Letterboxd:
Alright folks. Let's not be cynical about this one. Let's not act like we know a fucking thing about film. Tarantino just sent our asses back in time to show us how it's done. To show us where he came from. He created a full picture of 1969 Hollywood, and populated it with amazing characters. Some of them really existed, others are projections of Quentin himself. And he created this world not only to let us live in it, but to give himself the best possible excuse to homage anything he wanted.
Also has the most touching tribute imaginable for Sharon Tate.