In “Inglourious Basterds,” Quentin Tarantino takes on big, bold ideas and creates a war movie that will annoy some people, startle others and demonstrate again his status quo of being the real deal in cinema.

Inglourious Basterds 2009 Review
Inglourious Basterds 2009 Review

Instead of the Nazis winning World War II in the final version, a different ending gave them their just deserts.

The film Inglourious Basterds shows the director’s love for movies and movie theaters by opening with a classic Western-style score and inserting film footage of key locations, including a theater. The characters are savage fighters dropping behind Nazi lines to represent the Dirty Dozen, with further nods to cinema throughout.

It’s easy to put anyone into a box and label them, which is what Tarantino has done with his characters. From the very beginning, the film’s major protagonists have represented the Good vs. the Bad, the True vs. the Fake, the System vs. Chaos – all named after some popular pop vernacular like “Hero”, “Nazi”, and “Girl.” Many of these characters are funny and drawn broadly but with love to really make it seem as if they feel bigger than any fictional character you’ve seen before.


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The story begins when Col. Hans Landa (Waltz) arrives at a dairy farm in occupied France to find the farmer that he believes is hiding Jews.

In Inglourious Basterds, For this scene, and throughout the movie as a whole, Christoph Waltz deserves an Oscar nomination to go with his Cannes prize.

Lieutenant Aldo Raine is Brad Pitt, the character of the Basterds. Tarantino may be referring to the actor’s film and television career and focusing on this character.

“Raine” is a parody of General George Patton played by Brad Pitt as he strives to count the amount of Nazi scalps that his men have collected. For years, they continuously slaughter Nazis with little obstructions and are always able to stage an elegant eveningwear without much effort. Pitt’s portrayal of Italian was priceless.

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Inglourious Basterds 2009 Review

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After Shosanna persuades a German film maker and Nazi war hero, Joseph Goebbels, to hold the movie premier of his new World War 2 war film in her theater, Tarantino begins filming a documentary with many rule disregarded battles.

With no definite theme, Inglorious Basterds is like no other movie. It doesn’t care if the film is boring or not— in fact there are parts of it that might actually be over-the-top entertaining and a little confusing for viewers.

He can create performances that are stylized, but he uses acting methods to take the performance to an extreme.


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After attending a screening of “Inglourious Basterds” at Cannes Film Festival, I waited to give my opinions. Being an avid film critic, I knew Tarantino had made a significant film, but I wanted it to settle into its place in the cinema and then see it again. It was worth the wait.

Immediately after Tarantino screened “Pulp Fiction” at Cannes, QT asked me what I thought. “It’s either the best movie of the year or the worst movie,” I said. I hardly knew what the hell had happened to me.

People don’t just like Tarantino films, it’s not enough to see them once.

“Inglourious Basterds” is the best Tarantino film. Hell, it’s one of the best films of the century. The cast is superb: Laurent, Kruger, Fassbender, Waltz, (Eli) Roth, and Pitt as the infinitely memorable Lt. Aldo Raine in all of his forehead carving and schlocky Italian.

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