Incredible, such a wonderful mixture of humor, violence, and sex time travel. Some great performances as well. One of my favorites.
Quentin Taratino has and shall never fail to impress me! The beginning and the end were certainly the best parts but there was never a dull moment in this thrilling adventure through WW2 France.
"I think this just might be my masterpiece." - Lt. Aldo Raine
- Quentin Tarantino
You know what, I took major ideological exception to Inglourious Basterds the first time I saw it. I saw it in Belfast, Northern Ireland, which probably informed the strength of my reaction to what I deemed its gleeful support of terrorism.
But I saw a lot less glee on subsequent viewings. There are a lot of strange, sympathetic moments given the Nazi characters and a lot of ugliness allowed to be perpetrated by the "good guys". It's a much…
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Quentin Tarantino makes blood look so fun.
Eli Roth is my favorite.
Eli Roth as Donny Donowitz (The Bear Jew).
I wanted more of The Bear Jew.
Brad Pitt and his hunger for Nazi scalps.
Chrisoph Waltz being haunting and intimidating in such a spectacular way.
The way that baseball bat hits his head.
The way the head bounces.
The titles for each chapter. Perfect.
How everything came together.
Melanie Laurent as Shosanna was such a thrill to…
OOOH THAT'S A BINGO!!
es ist perfekt
The best part of the movie is when they're repeating their Italian names.
Film 305 of my 2015 500 Film Challenge
My favourite Tarantino film, and that's saying something.
The idea of rewriting history with Tarantino's unrestrained flair was a stroke of genius. Outrageously violent, funny and fast paced.
That opening 20 minutes is one of the most intense scenes ever put on film. My God, Christoph Waltz' performance is fucking incredible, he really deserved his Oscar here.
Inglourious Basterds is demented Tarantino at his utter finest.
Inglorious Basterds is my favorite Tarantino film. The entire cast has badass characters like, the Apache, the Bear Jew, Shoshana Dreyfuss, etc. and Christoph Waltz does a great job playing a guy that the audience wants dead. The film is also funny and it has amazing opening and closing scenes.
Story is great, The acting is superb and the directing is AWESOME (its Tarantino FFS) it is altogether a great movie
A movie-making lesson.