Finally, FINALLY, someone had the guts to show the Jews not as victims but to show them giving Nazis the ultimate taste of their own medicine. In some eyes it might be a reverse form of Schadenfreude.
It's sort of equal justice. And let me tell you, I did feel damn good seeing the tables being turned!
All this talk about Quentin Tarantino's movie being blood-soaked and stale - it is not. Of course there's bats, blood and bullets (it's a Tarantino for god's sake) but there's so much more to it. We finally see the true nature of the Nazis (I never loathe one of Waltz's character more - Landa is so incredibly obnoxious and sadistic) and the Jews taking a stand. They are fed up. And they're not going to take it anymore.
Tarantino has a number of big action scenes but it is the run-ups to those scenes, beginning with the very first sequence, that have more impact than the climaxes of actual violence.
In my honest opinion: this is his masterpiece. And it is definitely worth watching.