The first chapter when we meet Landa is already a classic for me, I love the manipulative confident villain and I trust Waltz to do the part justice.
The chapter two is filled with black humor, and this is when the Pitt’s show begin. The basterds are presented in an amazing way, dirty and very funny at the same time. This will surely be the favorite part of the audience I guess.
The french new wave chapter is his most personal and serious part of the movie, that’s why I think this is the most interesting chapter. It reminds me a little bit about his Jackie Brown work.
The fourth and the last chapter are very good too, containing great sequences, leading toward the ballsy ending climax where all the stories converge.
Well If I have to choose my personal favorites, I’d go with the first and the french new wave chapters, but really, I love them all. Each of them bring something different to the table, that’s why I tend to describe this script as his richest script to date.