I really ESPECIALLY dislike Tony Scott's decision which took this wonderful bit of Tarantino's writing and turned it into this lousy happy ending.
There's a couple other things that were wrong about it. One thing that was way right about it was the relationship between Alabama and Clarence.
Scott -- to his credit -- filmed the right ending and told Tarantino that he would make the decision when he made the final edit. Tarantino explains this in his commentary and says he thinks Scott made the right decision for the movie he made.
But for most of the movie, I was squirming just a smidge because it wasn't the same movie I read. He cut out some stuff that made Alabama more genuine, like her cheering at the end of the Sonny Chiba marathon and a lot of the stuff in the comic book store. She ends up just being a chick for the most part rather than the character she was in the script.
One hell of a cast though. Dennis Hopper vs. Christopher Walken is every bit as much fun as you'd think it would be.
It's kinda funny since I just finished watching Interstate 60 with commentary last night. Oh -- and I found out why no one heard of Interstate 60. It never made it to the big screen. The production company wasn't quite sure how to market it and then they folded.