Style-wise it sort of harks back to Pulp Fiction - long, detailed dialogue broken up with short moments of graphic violence, and the treatment of captions and graphics and things. Two main things struck me, firstly just how much tension Tarantino managed to create in simple dialogue scenes, it's rare that you get that peeking-through-the-fingers feeling just at dialogue, really impressive stuff. Secondly that I didn't really notice just how long it was. That must be a good thing, surely? Christoph Waltz as Colonel Hans Lander is horribly, despicably good.
If you've seen it what did you think? The person I went to see it with described it as 'three hours she feels she had stolen from her'.
PS - I can't believe that I forgot to mention Mike Myers' bizarre cameo, where he appears to be playing Doctor Evil in a British Army uniform. Oddness.