Todd Malkin’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Anybody order fried sauerkraut?"
I'm really tuning in to Leo's performance in each re-watch. It's not easy to act badly on purpose, and to do it subtly is very impressive. It's equally amazing how he modulates his behavior based on who he's interacting with. Plus, I've heard he came up with and improvised a lot of the "actor forgetting his lines" scene. Top notch, I tell you.
I'm still amazed that a three-hour movie can pass so effortlessly.