Jono’s review published on Letterboxd:
A mesmerising post-mortem on the iconography of Hollywood that Tarantino was born into. The rich cinematography and music act as a vehicle for DiCaprio and Pitt as they wander through a brilliantly actualised recreation of 1960s Hollywood. The ode to the fading Hollywood actor in Dicaprio, and the tribute to the stuntman in Pitt are a joy to watch, their chemistry making for genuine hilarity and occasional poignancy.
The meandering quality of the film makes for it's charm, although admittedly there's a longing for a more robust narrative to assist in delivering it's themes more tangibly.
Consistently hilarious, with a third act only Tarantino could pull off, OUATIH is an endearing love letter to Hollywood and one of Tarantino's best.