To be honest I am very disturbed at the disrespect for human life and the integrity for the human body Tarantino displays in his movies.
He evidently sees movie characters not as representative of actual human beings but of... other movie characters.
Tarantino's adeptness in the language of exploitation film makes him a favorite of the critics, but what the general audience sees is something different - the lowest form of entertainment possible, basically, the game of killing and being killed and laughing at it.
"Smart" critics overrate his work while seeing his movies on the level of craftsmanship and have detached themselves long ago from an emphatic point of view that takes movie characters as representations of real people, while stupid people don't see the problem with his work.
It's an unholy alliance between critics and a mentally hyperactive nerdboy with an evident insane fetish for violence.
That his movies have continued success and so many fans is definitely a reason for me to be disappointed with humanity.
But that critical thinkers don't seem to see a problem with any of this is a major problem.
Tarantino is not just overrated - his success is characterized by the most unholy alliance between misguided film critics and an insane fetish for violence, and we are living right in the middle of it.
Walk out of the movie theater while you can.
Your brain does not need this.