• Rocky Pajarito

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Rocky Pajarito 25 Nov, 2015

    I'm in love with this movie and it might be Tarantino's masterpiece. The best combination of cinematic endeavors set out by the filmmaker throughout his body of work. The love story, though a little slight, is incredibly tragic and consistent. The love of film history is there. The action and quirkiness is there. Then it becomes a weird assassination film with the verve of great heist film. Every performer here is on point with the humor and tragedy at everyone's…


  • Laura Kennedy

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Laura Kennedy 23 Nov, 2015

    Oooh, that's a bingo


  • Julius Grušas

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Julius Grušas 20 Nov, 2015

    Quentin Tarantino has put out many classics and great movies and all of them are almost perfect like Pulp Fiction, Django Unchained, Reservoir Dogs, but Inglourious Basterds is his pure masterpiece till this day. This is my favorite of his movies and i think it is his most perfect. This movie has Quentin Tarantino written all over it. It is bloody it is, violent, it is awesome. The writing is perfect every piece of dialogue in this movie is amazing…


  • agwilliams

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by agwilliams 20 Nov, 2015

    Oh man, that last act. Quentin Tarantino's best film by far. Fantastic dialogue, beautifully shot, and Christoph Waltz owns every scene he's in. "That's a bingo!"


  • Luke Compton

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Luke Compton 20 Nov, 2015

    A perfect movie.

    Simply flawless.

    It's a cliche to say but Tarantino is arguably the best director going. His ability to make incredible films across multiple genres is just jawdropping.

    Like most QT films, this one is heavy on dialogue and boy does it just make you swoon. The opening scene is one of my favourite ones. It's incredibly well done.

    In my review for 'The Grand Illusion', a big reason for my high rating is because I was so…


  • Bryan Zillig

    ★★★★★ Added by Bryan Zillig

    Tarantino's best.


  • Lauren

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Lauren 18 Nov, 2015



  • Christopher van der Meyden

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Christopher van der Meyden 15 Nov, 2015

    After watching Spectre, i was compelled to watch Inglourious Basterds yet again. It became clear to me, that this film was clearly peak Christoph Waltz. His acting was and is still unmet. There is no novelty in a german (or in this case austrian) actor to play a Nazi, but or because of this Waltz excels in it. It is a pity that he seemingly rests on this performance, because i didn't saw any new after that, only a reprise…


  • 61gabester

    ★★★★★ Watched by 61gabester 13 Nov, 2015

    Absolutely incredible. Great scene after great scene strung together to make a fantastic movie. I was fully invested from start-to-finish. Too many thoughts still in process from a movie I just finished.


  • kenobizod

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by kenobizod 10 Nov, 2015

    Depending on your mood, competes with Tarantino's other films as his best. Does anybody else have as much fun with cinema. I'm not sure he will make anything that serious, but this may be his "Schindler's list"...

    Waltz, an unknown to me, and many others before this(and he's been around for a minute in mostly German films), without a doubt deserved the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.

    The film, nominated for Oscar, Tarantino's second nod. The movie's too brutal, violent.…


  • Maria Diaz

    ★★★★★ Added by Maria Diaz

    Comic genius, a truly beautiful way to reinvent the fall of Germany in the Second World War. Backed by a wonder cast lead only by Brad Pitt and Christoph Waltz, two great actors in their own rights. This movie will have you laughing repeatedly till the very last scene. Quentin Tarantino wrote it himself at the end:
    "You know somethin', Utivich? I think this just might be my masterpiece."


  • swellzombie

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by swellzombie 08 Nov, 2015

    The tension in this film is built upso many times that when the final event at the cinema happens I'm almost moved to crying. Everything is so well thought out and its all coming together.
    All these people are acting their asses off too. So many subtle expressions that say one thing while something else is happening.