While most fans praise the action sequences and violence, in my opinion the best part of this film is the dialogue and long conversations. The scene where Stuntman Mike talks with the group of girls outside the bar is one of my favorite written scenes of all time. Multiple times watching the film, I was just stunned by the dialogue. Tarantino's style is truly unique.
In many ways inferior to the original, but carried by exceptional performances from Riley Keough and Peter Sarsgaard (the woman in the car and her ex-husband). Just about every change made to the original (including a major one at the end) makes the film worse. But that didn't stop me from being emotionally invested.
It's difficult for good actors to intentionally act poorly, but the two leads nail their comedic roles with hilariously exaggerated performances. This film is bound to become a cult classic: every joke involving the leads lands. The only problem is that the supporting cast members aren't good actors acting badly: they're just bad actors. And the jokes involving them do not land.