We watched this one yesterday on Blu-ray. A fairly classical Tarantino movie. Not one of his best ones though. It kinds of walks along in that typical Tarantino style but never really lifts to become something special despite having some very strong supporting actors like Dennis Hopper, Christopher Walken and Gary Oldman. I especially like the latter two.
As can be expected by Tarantino the body count is significant and the kill-everyone-shootout at the end just as hilarious and spectacular as one would expect. In all some fairly entertaining two hours but nothing that blew your socks off.