Great flick. Dialogue was great (a lot of hilarious moments too: "Jesus, that's what you fucking got, diswashing gloves?"). I really liked how long Andrew Dominik allowed himself to linger on scenes and shots without at all ruining the pacing. Definitely deserves a nod for best adapted screenplay.
Hey Hucksta, what shades of Tarantino (if any) did you get from this film? It really felt like something that might've come out of 90s Tarantino if he had been far more focused and cleverly paced. It's very weird to see a film that does so well what every terrible I'm-going-to-be-a-filmmaker wannabe usually puts down on paper as their version of a crime thriller.