Inglourious Basterds by Quentin Tarantino

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Haven’t seen any satisfying war-induced films lately?


We know the feeling of watching the same point and shoot war movies using the same lame gory effects. These type of movies are really excruciating to watch!


Ladies and gentlemen, “weary” no more ‘coz what we are featuring today will change the way how you watch war movies before. So without further ado, for your consideration may we present, Inglourious Basterds by Quentin Tarantino.

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Just in case you don’t know who Quentin Tarantino is, this ECCENTRIC peculiar-looking director is just responsible for directing some of the highest rated cult movies of all time (based on imdb and rottentomatoes) like Pulp fiction and Kill Bill 1 & 2.

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If you ever watched those films, you can notice that there’s something weird with the presentation of the story. It’s either the irregular timeline (starting a movie from the ending, then ending it on the middle of the story) or just the cartoon-like arrangement of the effects.

Well, you can’t have it the other way around for it won’t be a TARANTINO type of film anymore, right? That makes his film “unique” in a sense.

According to wikipedia, Inglourious Basterds is a revenge war film during the time of Hitler. (Don’t worry about that boring description coming from wiki : ))

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Reviewing the movie, the plot of the story doesn’t only revolve with the assassination of Hitler but goes well beyond the characters. Tarantino’s imagination had really gone through a lot of contemplating to produce this exceptional type of film.

You got to see the trailer in full HD!

Take note guys, this is only fictional :) Don’t be too carried away…

It’s also worth adding that the film’s leading roles will be acted by some of the BIGGEST stars in hollywood like Brad Pitt (as Lt. Aldo Raine)

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And Diane Kruger (Leading lady in the movie Troy, National Treasures 1 and 2) who played the role of Bridget von Hammersmark

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Our concern: This movie can be too profound for some viewers and they may not appreciate the storyline that well.

If you watched the movie already, we left you questions that may spike your interest…


What does “a basterds work is never done” truly means?

And why the title of the movie uses the word “BASTERDS” instead of “BASTARDS” ?

Auf Wiedersehen to everyone!


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