Inglourious Basterds2009 | Quentin Tarantino
In France during World War II, a group of Jewish-American soldiers known as "The Basterds" are chosen specifically to spread fear throughout the German Nazis by scalping and brutally killing Nazis. The movie follow their attempt to take down the top of the Nazi leaders.
Daniel Brühl | Diane Kruger | Michael Fassbender | Eli Roth | Christoph Waltz | Mélanie Laurent | Brad Pitt | Til Schweiger | Gedeon Burkhard | Jacky Ido | B.J. Novak | Omar Doom | August Diehl | Denis Menochet | Sylvester Groth
|Niels Risgaard Hansen 2020-08-04|
Oh boy! I just love the way Tarantino does dialogs. My favorite part is just at the beginning of the movie, where Christoph Waltz and Denis Menochet are discussing various topics at the small farm house. That is just amazing! There is no doubt that Waltz has part of the glory as well, but Tarantino is just brilliant.
The story is somewhat inspired by real events but everything is fictional and this is super evident as we are nearing the end. There are a few good plot twists in the end which makes you want to watch this movie again in the near future.
Brad Pitt is amazing as always. Christoph Waltz is also brilliant, as mentioned before. The rest of the carry are decent as well but not that remarkable.
Watch this movie of you love Tarantino movies, if you love action movies based on WW2 or you just hate Nazies.
|Peter Buchardt 2009-09-02|
This is a great. Happy that I saw it at the cinema. It has some very good shots.
I thought it was going to be a sad and bad movie, based on the trailers I've seen which have had huge focus on the comedy content of the movie, which to me seemed kind of silly.
The movie has a great way of mixing violence and comedy, so that you actually get to feel bad about laughing.
The characters Aldo(Pitt) and Hitler(some random actor) is the worst, because they bring in the slap stick humor, but still it works OK.
I've seen a slogan for the, something like: "You have not seen war, before you have seen it through the eyes of Tarantino" and that is just bull shit, since it NOT a war movie, it's just set during the war.
Well highly entertaining, seven down the drain from me.