From Dusk Till Dawn Reviews
The films starts out nicely with a combination of Tarantino's detailed, descriptive, and witty dialogue and Director Robert Rodriguez's ability to turn a small budget into a surprisingly decent movie. It is not a secret the Quentin Tarantino is a much better writer and director than an actor; this is obvious in all his films. In this film, George Clooney's presence makes Tarantino's acting seems even worse than it actually is. But this is not the only problem.
[Spoilers ahead] There is an exact moment were the film gives us a monumental surprise. The movie we were watching is not there anymore. This is not a movie about robbers, but a movie about vampires. Fake blood everywhere, ridiculous battles, and finally, a confusing conclusion. This might have been the whole point of the movie, but it turns into a joke. I guess I am just not a fan of vampire comedy... If the second half can even be called comedy.
This movie is so entertaining to watch, it's intense, it's violent. It's sometimes ridiculous but in a really funny way. All and all it's pretty good.