I watched it last night. Self indulgent, over long, full of needless racial badinage, one scene of quite presposterous offensiveness, far too much meandering repetitive dialogue, the inevitable different perspective time shift, self conscious referencing of cult cinema, ludicrous ultra violence and so on. So, completely in line with what I expected and no worse for it. Like it or not, that's what he now does. And it's a blast - OTT entertainment in an era of CGI, franchises and remakes at the multiplex. We may mourn what he didn't become after Jackie Brown but we should also be grateful he's still making movies as clearly imprinted with his stamp as this.
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