Daniel Kibbe’s review published on Letterboxd:
A soft like for now. Was caught off-guard by just how chill this was, given Tarantino’s heavy emphasis on dread and inevitability in The Hateful Eight (and Django Unchained, to a lesser extent). I like it the more I think about it, as Tarantino crafts a vision of Hollywood remembrance, one that is fun to just be a part of. Both Pitt and DiCaprio are absolutely at the top of their game, and Robbie gives a wonderful performance as well. And of course, the star-studded bit players are on point.