Tarantino's ninth film, and his first since 2015's "The Hateful Eight" looks back at late '60s Hollywood, fading white male star fame and the Tate murders. Oh yeah, and between Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie there's enough star power to fuel several suns. How does the movie stack up?
In 2014, most critics were pleasantly surprised by how Phil Lord and Chris Miller made the "The Lego Movie" more than the sum of its corporate parts. Now, two "Lego" spin-offs, a "Spider-Verse" and one-half of a "Star Wars" later, have the duo written a sequel that lives up the high expectations they set themselves?