• walterwhite413

    ★★★★½ Watched by walterwhite413 01 Mar, 2013

    Amazing film, one of Tarantino's very best. The five segments are all brilliant in their own way, and the climax is one of the most explosive and satisfying in recent cinema. Brutal, bloody, and hilarious, Basterds is also Tarantino's most "artsy" films, extremely well-written and directed, but, similar to most of his films, endlessly entertaining and simply fun to watch.

    Grade: A


  • Luke

    ★★½ Watched by Luke 22 Mar, 2014

    This is the first Tarantino movie i think i've ever seen that i haven't loved. It wasn't a bad film i must say, but for me it just didn't deliver. For a movie that promises American soldiers violently murdering Nazi's, there were only like three scenes like that. The rest of the film was a series of various plots that coincided together decently enough, but resulted in a film that was 90% people talking in various subtitled languages and 10%…


  • cronic

    ★★★★½ Added by cronic



  • Pedro Colmenares

    ★★★★½ Added by Pedro Colmenares

    Esta película despertó en mi el amor por el cine.

    A miles de kilómetros de distancia de cualquier cosa que hubiese visto para ese momento, me cautivó. Siempre tuve un sentimiento especial por esta obra del Tarantino, pero sin nunca saber porque. Al pasar los años, mi pasión por ver películas creció, y luego de re-visitar la historia de Los Bastardos, pude aclararar mis sentimientos. Lo principal: el diálogo. Las escenas llenas de un diálogo con muy poderoso, en el…


  • jacker

    ★★★★ Rewatched by jacker 25 Jul, 2014

    [...] Dialoge in denen nie nur das Gesagte Gewicht hat. Im Gegenteil, in denen das Ausgesprochene nur Tarnung, für die zum zerreißen spannende und energiereiche Ebene unter Oberfläche ist. Es gelingt Quentin Tarantino immer wieder Momente zu kreieren, die auf den ersten Blick ganz ruhig erscheinen, jedoch eine nicht in Worte zu fassende brodelnde Spannung entwickeln, einen Sog wie ihn keine Auto-Verfolgungsjagd, kein Faustkampf und keine sonstige Action-Szene dieser Welt erzeugen kann. [...]

    Full Review: weltamdraht.blogsport.de/2014/07/28/review-inglourious-basterds-2009


  • Thomas

    ★★★★½ Watched by Thomas 28 Jul, 2014

    oh my god is this bloody. i loved this movie, it is a bit slow in the begining but got better and better! Amazing performances by the whole cast including Waltz.


  • Adam R

    Rewatched by Adam R 26 Jul, 2014

    I saw the edited-for-television version while in a hotel room. They cut out half the good bits, and didn't even give the profanity a comical overdub.


  • Morgan_Lightle

    ★★★★½ Added by Morgan_Lightle

    This is the first Quentin Tarantino film I ever saw, and I remember how I first reacted,
    "That was weird, very daring, this Tarantino guy must be pretty messed up huh."
    After watching a few more Tarantino films, I'm certain that I have an OK grasp of the inner workings of Tarantino's creative spawn. So here is the more experienced opinion of Inglourious Basterds. A historical fantasy set upon the raving madness of WWII, basically about a group of bizarre…


  • SilentDawn

    ★★★★ Watched by SilentDawn 26 Jul, 2014 13

    It's funny how as I'm reviewing this, Metropolis is on the TV. Having just finished Inglorurious Basterds, I turned on the television, looking for something as background noise. Sure enough, Metropolis is on TCM, a film that I truly adore. Oddly enough, Metropolis was rumored to be Adolf Hitler's favorite film as well.

    What I'm getting at here is that Inglourious Basterds is more of a homage to the younger days of cinema than anything else. It was a time…


  • chelsea

    ★★★★★ Added by chelsea

    tarantinos best film. its long and talky and fantatic. i have a poster hanging up in my room of it. Eli roth is hot. Christoph Walts is hot. Watch this movie


  • MatthewLB

    ★★ Watched by MatthewLB 25 Jul, 2014

    A movie that everybody like but I think it's eh.


  • Elliot

    ★★★★½ Watched by Elliot 24 Jul, 2014 1

    Another highly entertaining film by Quentin Tarentino. Inglorious Basterds blends the setting of Nazi-occupied France in WWII with the direction of a Sergio Leone western and Tarentino's signature violent comedy. It sounds like a bold undertaking, even for the famed director, and I was certainly sceptical going in to watch it.

    However, it is pulled off with finesse thanks to great writing, direction and an outstanding cast. Christoph Waltz steals the show as Col. Hans 'The Jew Hunter' Landa, putting…