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Bram Lam’s review published on Letterboxd:
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Thank god Tarantino is here to use revisionist history to save Hollywood from its own demise.
This white-washed, misogynistic, almost 3 hour slog has about as much emotional power as a wet rag.
- Tarantino reimagines a world in which one of the greatest martial artists of all time is defeated in a fight by a dumbass white stuntman
- The Manson women, who were in reality essentially sex slaves, are turned into fun little sex objects for Tarantino's Michael Bay-esque shots of asses and blowjobs. Revisionist history worked for the plot of Inglorious Basterds, but here Tarantino turns the Manson women into an absolute joke, priming them for the end of the film.
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