This is one of those mid-1990s blockbuster comedies that works really well for the most part, despite some structural flaws that occasionally derail the proceedings.
Quentin Tarantino’s latest effort has the same nostalgia-and-pop-culture-soaked streaks that the majority of his movies have, but here, there’s more sensitivity and vulnerability than his
Doug Liman’s comedy-of-sorts is like a junior version of “Pulp Fiction.” It has the same knack with multiple concurrent character arcs, dark humor, terrific ensemble
For most of its running time, this sequel to the surprise juggernaut it just as original and clever as its predecessor. Like the first movie