Wayne’s review published on Letterboxd:
One of the most entertaining, restrained and wonderfully enjoyable movies Quentin Tarantino has ever made. His love for this era and Sharon Tate is visible in every single scene and it's honestly hard not to admire his passion. It's surprisingly hilarious, the writing is amazing as usual and the final twenty minutes are some of the best stuff he's ever done. As much as I loved the rest of the film, the performances are really what make this movie even greater though. Robbie, Qualley, Pacino, Russell and Butters all turn in wonderful supporting turns but the strength of this movie is its two leading men. Leonardo DiCaprio continues to show just how excellent of an actor he is while I don't think I've seen Brad Pitt ever better than this. There chemistry is excellent and I loved the paring of them. "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" is top tier Tarantino and personally in his top 3 movies for me.