Ok, I haven't seen "Grindhouse" yet. But I'm watching the Roeper review, and he's making a point about how he loves Tarantino's "dialog". Excuse me? Tarantino does blood and gore well, but - as a dialog writer - he's way, way over-rated. Consider "Kill Bill 2", where he started to believe his own press clippings - and took an intense part 1 and slowed it down to to the point of sheer boredom. If Grindhouse contains more of this kind of "dialog", and less action - then someone just needs to sit Tarantino down in front of "Pulp Fiction" and remind him that his dialog only works when he keeps the action moving.