Inglourious Basterds Quick Movie Reviews

Quick Movie Reviews

Rating of
4/4

Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 07/13/2019

Quentin Tarantino's retelling of World War II includes unflinching violence and vulgarity, and almost never fails to entertain.

Rating of
3/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 07/25/2014

A movie that everybody like but I think it's eh.

Rating of
4/4

worleyjamers - wrote on 06/29/2013

A brilliant film that's one of Tarantino's absolute best. Some of the scenes run a bit long, but the sharp screenplay moves the plot along nicely. Solid performances. One of the best of 2009!

Rating of
4/4

mitchellyoung - wrote on 01/02/2013

Tarantino's revisionist history is gloriously steeped in dark humor, entertaining action sequences, and a macabre and introspective look at an often captured period of history. Never has WWII been done like this. The ensemble cast shines, more so in their joint scenes than individually. Christoph Waltz's breakout role lives up to all the hype, as he fully embodies charm and evil in every lilting line and the explosive and fiery conclusion, though completely off the rails historically, is a delight, both cinematically and as pure entertainment value.

Rating of
4/4

SIngli6 - wrote on 03/22/2011

Taratino's magnum opus! Christoph Waltz is sumptuous and sadistic as the big bad.

Rating of
4/4

Armando Sanchez - wrote on 01/25/2011

TARANTNO des it again.this film was amazing.nothing about this film was bad,i loved every minute and monolgue of this film.Mr.Quntin Tarantno out does himself again wth htis masterpeice of a film.the cast was great,going from Brad Pitt, the surprisingly good Eli Roth, and from he very talnted Christolph Waltts.the pacing was excellent,te action was, well... TARANTINO STYLE !!!!, but anyways this film is so perfect in many ways.it's hard to nic pick a film like this.the film is truly the greatest film of 2009.

Rating of
3.5/4

The Film Rebel - wrote on 08/23/2010

Watching this movie again I see its full greatness. One of the best films of 2009. One of Tarantino's best. Still, District 9 was better.

Rating of
2/4

mimschkin - wrote on 07/21/2010

Why can't Tarantino just MAKE A FILM? Ingourious Basterds (seriously, that spelling) would be a good, solid piece of work if it were made by someone else. Get rid of the spelling, remove the wacky "anachronistic" soundtrack, get rid of the out-of-place interludes, the annoying freeze-frames, Eli Roth and Mike Myers, trim it down to 100 minutes max, stop working in chapters because it just doesn't hang together and form a cohesive whole, and you would be left with a really rather interesting, entertaining, tight film. But this is just... messy. It's like, yeah I get it Quentin, it's "art", it's weird, it's out there, it's what you do. But it just isn't good enough. Stop it, please.

Rating of
2/4

Adict - wrote on 06/06/2010

Christoph Waltz hits every single note as a sleazy fear monger empowered by the SS to hunt down Germany's foes! Tarantino casts his usual unique dialogue, and twists both proper spelling and history to suit his comic book mentality of the black and white interpretations of good and evil, and that's O.K. Where else can Brad Pitt's bad and juvenile John Wayne impersonation be tolerated for three hours?

Rating of
3.5/4

gideon43 - wrote on 05/26/2010

Tarantino does it again, his long awaited World War 2 epic, Inglourious Basterds is 24 carat movie gold. Incredibly wacky, totally unconventional and lovingly crafted, Tarantino completely pulls the rug out from under your feet any number of times and delivers numerously unexpected twists and turns. Tagged as a men on a mission movie, Basterds is so much more. Pretentious? without a doubt, over the top?, certainly, indulgent, hey this is a Tarantino flick but if you can find an all out more entertaining film than this, then you need to hang on to it for dear life, and as the final line reminds you "This might just be my masterpiece."

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