rod !!’s review published on Letterboxd:
classic tarantino, man. phenomenal writing, phenomenal acting, and a pretty captivating (yet a teeny bit messy/formulated) story. i really admire how short tarantino’s movies can feel when they almost clock in at three hours sometimes, mainly since his dialogue is so genius (surprised he didn’t say the n word a bunch tho, lmao).
i also really loved seeing dicaprio playing the bad guy and waltz playing the good guy - it’s such a nice twist to the usual performances we see them in (what with leo being the usual protagonist in hollywood and waltz being remembered for some of his villainous roles).
really brightened a bad day! my dad loved it too, lmao.