▪︎Ivan▪︎’s review published on Letterboxd:
Rewatching this really made me appreciate this film more. When I first saw it I didn't think much of it, I thought it was a fun movie which had a slower pacing. Now I think it's really good, it is definitely one of my favourite Tarantino films, especially in recent years. Leo, Brad and Margot all give great performances and I can now finally see how all of their stories serve a point in the grand scheme of things and the payoff is just amazing. This is also the one Tarantino film that really has that bittersweet feeling, that isn't something most of Tarantino's films have and the ending always makes me tear up a bit. At the end of the day I'm just happy that Tarantino finally made a more mature and slow film rather than doing his Tarantino schtick again because he's Tarantino.