Chris Cavazos’s review published on Letterboxd:
As just another one of Tarantino’s fans, I finally had a chance to see his latest film on the big screen and was not disappointed. Another very original script intertwining fictional characters with some non-fictional ones to create a very entertaining look at Hollywood in the late 60’s. Overall, Tarantino’s latest film was well paced, superbly acted (standout performance by DeCaprio) and held my attention to the very end. There isn’t a Director that produces more graphic and hilarious violence scenes on film than Tarantino. The buildup to that violence was saved to the very end of the film and well worth the wait. This film will likely receive many award nominations at the end of the year and deservedly so. Bravo to Tarantino for giving us another great film to remember.