Pretty much every positive you can list off any other Tarantino film is found here, except for the fact that the dialogue feels semi-weaker to every other film. Still, it does come off natural and entertaining enough to not feel empty in that department. Found myself confused with which character was which, and what motive drived what in the third act when people started dying, but I got the full picture at the end and I'm satisfied. Would've enjoyed more of the jew that survives in Chapter 1, though. She was fantastic and her plan is one of the most satisfying cinematic moments. Hail Jews?