The problem is that by making the star attraction of his latest film a most delightful Nazi, one whose smooth talk is as lovingly presented as his murderous violence, Mr. Tarantino has polluted that love.
- Manohla Dargis's Review
Yes, because Iago, Humbert Humbert, Anton Chigurh, Cruella Deville, etc., were all presented without comment, so as to justify, respectively, framing a woman for adultery, entering into congress with a twelve year old, murdering everything in sight based on an arbitration, or attempting to skin puppies for a coat.
Film naturally sensationalizes, because, in the hands of a master, all actions become sensational. To quote another film review:
Rear Window is not about Greenwich Village, it is a film about cinema, and I DO know cinema - Francois Truffaut.
So does Tarantino.
Dargis is a moralist, not a film critic.