I haven't seen Jackie Brown, but I have seen nearly every other Tarantino film, and this one is the best of the lot. He's not the guy you think of when the word nuanced comes to mind, but he's managed a lot of it here, and there are some brilliant (and violent) setpieces. This is a career high point for him.
I'm glad it's possible to give a film no stars, because this is one that doesn't deserve any kind of praise. If you're the sort of person who finds a dog dabbing funny then you might enjoy this, but I'm sure you wouldn't be any older than two. Will Arnett looks embarrassed to be involved, and frankly so does everyone else. It's torturously unfunny. The characters would be paper thin if there were any real characters in the film at…