I enjoyed this movie. Great suspense leading up to riotous bursts of violence.
However, I'm not 100% keen on these modern movies that have no distinct main character--and way too many secondary ones. Like Michael Meyers thrown in for a cameo. (I felt the same way about Woody Harrelson's bit part in NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN--which, overall, I loved.)
Thematically, it struck me that, while the Nazis are watching the propaganda film about their war hero, laughing at the countless deaths of their enemies (that's all their movie seems to be about), Tarantino's holding up a mirror for us--we're watching the same kind of film! Except we're not Nazis... right?
"I think this might just be my masterpiece"--I don't know about that, Tarantino. Even if you're saying it through the mouth of one of your characters.
Which film do you believe to be Tarantino's masterpiece? Comment below... and don't you dare say FROM DUSK TILL DAWN...