This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Having seen Inglourious Basterds, I knew not to expect historicity from Tarantino. I felt the suspense of not knowing what would happen and I enjoyed his reimagining of the Manson Family murders. This movie was surprisingly a slice of life kind of film much more than his typical revenge story.
I especially appreciated Robbie's humanization of Sharon Tate. We see her insecurity, joy, and humanity. And in the end of this tale, she maintains it.
By the end of this movie, I think Tarantino has clearly responded to Sadie's assertion that Hollywood taught the Manson Family to murder...