Daniel Kibbe’s review published on Letterboxd:
Maybe it is too long, and it's pretty self-indulgent, but Tarantino just rolls with it all the way through, filling the film with great actors doing what they do best, and constantly brilliant dialogue. He's got an extremely firm grasp on his own style, and it never falters, making even the longest scenes riveting. Fassbender, Waltz, and Laurent are all in top form. This also has one of the best opening scenes and one of the best ending scenes of any film, ever.