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Inglourious Basterds
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“thats a bingggggooooo”


written by on 24/06/2011

finally tarantino has got the formula correct again not since jackie brown has tarantino delivered such a well strung piece of film, overall at times the film can seem a little one dimensional and doesnt probe deeply into background or personalities of its characters, but it does put forth an number of great scenes that could be seen to carry the film.
tarantino again uses the opening scene to capture the audiences appatite for slick dialog, a method hes used before think of the coffoe shop maddona debate in reservoir dogs and the amusing cheese burger convo in pulp fiction, tarantino always likes to kick of his movies with an intense scene. in this case its a long friendly chat between dairy farmer perrier lapadite (secretly storing jewish runaways under his floors boards) and the insanely odd colonel hans landa, landa plays out like a german equivalent of robert helpmanns child catcher from chitty chitty bang bang. personally landa brilliantly portrayed by the electrifying christoph waltz was the only real character who i felt visually compelled not to take my eyes off, and thats not to say the likes of brad pitt and melanie laurent werent good just simply that they was not on par with oscar winning waltz. i did however feel that the character of donny donowitz better know as 'the bear jew' could have been better portrayed by a more menacing actor than eli roth,although roth fitted into the role reasonable well i would have prefered to see a more fearsome actor play the role, after all he does beat nazis over the head with a bat as a hobby. one actor who i dont think has recieved enough praisal in the film is the german actor daniel bruhl who played the again strange pest fredrick zoller, i honestly felt that although waltz is the runaway scene stealer off the film, bruhl does put in a very effectively charasmatic performance.
in conclusion i would suggest if your a fan of QT then go and see it because it is tarantino back on the way to his best.

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