Jordan Sarf’s review published on Letterboxd:
“We love pussy.”
“Yes we do.”
This guy can do it all. Tarantino is a monster as a director and the audience eats every second of it up. Whether there’s a set of dirty feet in ever shot, colorful lights in the background, or strategic blocking of background props, Tarantino sets the tone of Hollywood in the late 60s.
Pitt and DiCaprio put on a show as buds throughout, never really losing track of who they are and their relationship. But we veer into their own stories, looking at Hippies, Actors, Sunshine and Drugs (well, only a special cigarette and some bud). Margot was great too as Sharon Tate, but she doesn’t have that much screen time or relevance to the story, other than being the neighbor and apart of the Hollywood scene.
What a close! Not saying anything else, but HOLY SHIT! You’ll love it!