It really sank for me. I was enjoying it up until the flashback to Millie's in the morning. I liked Kurt Russell's hammy-ness, Roth's delightful Englishman, Goggins being a more green version of his Boyd Crowder character from Justified, and the overall dialogue and tension. Sam Jackson just seems to relish in his character which makes it fun (however, I thought the visuals of his story about the General's son was unnecessary), and I did enjoy his "Poirot" moment with the stew and deducing that Bob hadn't worked there for 4 months like he claimed. I was totally with it, and something just switched for me during the flashback where I literally felt gross watching it. That's the best way to describe it, it felt gross and rather pointless.