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Sidney Shear’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
"And here we go."
Brad Pitt is back (as an actor, anyway), and boy does he make this movie watchable. It's so slow and tedious for major parts, makes me miss Menke.
Every scene with Tate was allowing tension I suppose, but after knowing the finale, I'll be fast forwarding through her scenes. What a bore. Couldn't buy Leo as a 70s Cowboy actor over the hill, either.
Insanely indulgent, but being a big fan of Italian genre films, 70s TV movies, and strange psychedelic 60s flicks, I liked the references, but that's all superficial admiration. That billboard of 'Candy' and '3 in the Attic' was nice.
Imagine being an exec when Tarantino dresses up ALL of Sunset Strip to period signs and cars, aaaand uses it for 20 seconds. Miilllions wasted, millions!!