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Rated R · 152 minutes · 2009

Drama, War
This is another fine film in an impressive line of crazed, brilliant movies from Quentin Tarantino. Whether or not you like the guy, there is no denying that his films and his style are his, and his alone. The World War II action-drama stars a hilarious Brad Pitt as Lt. Aldo Raine, commander of an all-Jewish-American squadron tasked with collecting 100 Nazi scalps apiece. The film features one of the year’s best performances from Christoph Waltz as Landa the Jew-hunter. As somebody who watches a lot of movies, I feel an immense wave of gratitude during and after a Tarantino film. The man sets out to give his audience a unique film experience, and he always succeeds. Told in story segments and featuring an insane rewrite of history, Inglourious Basterds shows that there are no limits to what can happen in Tarantino’s film universe.


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Official Site: www.inglouriousbasterds-movie.com/#/trailer-us
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Producer: Lawrence Bender, Erica Steinberg, Lloyd Phillips, Bob Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein
Cast: Brad Pitt, Mélanie Laurent, Christoph Waltz, Eli Roth, Michael Fassbender, Diane Kruger, Daniel Brühl, Til Schweiger, Gedeon Burkhard, Jacky Ido, B.J. Novak, Omar Doom, August Diehl, Denis Menochet, Sylvester Groth, Martin Wuttke, Mike Myers, Julie Dreyfus, Richard Samuel, Alexander Fehling and Rod Taylor

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Charleston City Paper Tarantino's WW II fantasy Inglourious Basterds is slow, overly broad Say what you will about the cinematic lightning-rod that is Inglourious Basterds' writer/director Quentin Tarantino. Criticize him for his bursts of gore or for his potty-mouthed scripts or for his pop-culture fetishizing, too-hip-for-the-room dialogue. But you've got to give the man this: No other director has ever made sitting around a table quite so engrossing. by Scott Renshaw 08/19/2009
The Coast Halifax Inglourious Basterds: the Palermo review Troubled and brilliant Quentin Taratino's rises above the sum of its parts by Mark Palermo 08/20/2009
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Portland Mercury WWII: The Remix Inglourious Basterds: In which Quentin Tarantino can't be bothered to run a spell check. by Erik Henriksen 08/20/2009
The Coast Halifax Eli Roth’s personal effects. Tired of Jewish stereotypes in film and haunted by his family’s history, actor/director Eli Roth finds many reasons to beat Nazi skulls in Inglourious Basterds. by Hillary Titley 08/20/2009
Colorado Springs Independent Blood and glory Serious Holocaust Drama this is not. It's more like a smug, glamorous, violently inclined cartoon. by Jonathan Kiefer 08/20/2009
Chicago Reader The Modern Mountaineering Movie In North Face, a new German drama about an old expedition, the heroes are no blue-eyed supermen. by Andrea Gronvall 02/25/2010
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Inglourious Basterds, Post Grad, Shorts, Tony Dungy's Red Zone '09 and more. 08/20/2009

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