Inglourious Basterds

Inglourious Basterds

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Inglourious Basterds is an American dramatic war motion picture starring Brad Pitt, Diane Kruger, and Eli Roth. It was written and directed by Quentin Tarantino and premiered on May 20, 2009, in the Cannes Film Festival.

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    Anonymous
    Written on June 2, 2018
    "Inglourious Basterds is a really good, gory movie that keeps you interested from the very beginning and doesn't let go. If you know anything else by Quentin Tarantino, then this isn't going to surprise you as it's stylistically similar to his previous work."
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    Anonymous
    Written on January 31, 2020
    "OH WOW EVEN BEFORE I LANDED ON THIS PAGE I WAS ALREADY EXPECTING AT LEAST ONE QUENTIN TARANTINO MOVIE AND VOILA INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS APPEARED! THE BEST OSCAR-WINNING MOVIE ON NETFLIX!"
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    Anonymous
    Written on June 13, 2018
    "I freaking love this movie. There's no shortage of hot guys. I mean come on, Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender and that German guy (i keep forgetting his name) in one movie?!! AHHHH!"
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    Anonymous
    Written on May 27, 2018
    "I like this movie a fair amount. It has a good story and decent action and the characters are well developed. I would not however endorse the claim that this is the best Tarantino movie to see. I think that either Resevoir Dogs or Pulp Fiction have a much stronger claim to best Tarantino movie than Inglorious Basterds. "
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    Anonymous
    Written on June 6, 2018
    "Inglorious Basterds is gloriously hilarious! But I think Tarantino did a great job of combining the comedy and suspense. There are some real nail biting scenes in this movie!"
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    Anonymous
    Written on June 6, 2018
    "Although the Holocaust doesn't feature directly into the film, it IS the motivation of the main players in the movie. As a Jew myself, it's great to see Jews being able to kick ass against the Nazis!!"
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    Anonymous
    Written on November 21, 2018
    "There are lots of boring conversation in this movie. But the depiction of the german brutality is on point. "
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