Just brilliant. If you're not a Tarantino fan, it's not gonna convert you (he still loves his words a little more than strictly necessary) but this is well on a par with, and possibly better than, Basterds.
Sterling performances from all (except a director cameo which sticks out like a sore thumb but does have a crowd pleasing death) but especially Christoph Waltz and Samuel l Jackson. Jackson in particular is going all in here for the first time in a while.
Funny, tense, exciting and super cool. Two mighty thumbs up.
Last edited by Kiba.; 22-01-2013 at 11:02 PM.
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