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February 28, 2013
I heard so many great things about this movie, but honestly I really couldn't get into it...even the villain, who apparently has won several awards, spent all of his potential within the first 20 minutes. The movie overall seemed too long...very strange for a Tarantino movie.
January 13, 2013
Everything is amazing about this movie, the imagination, acting, intensity and story telling. Christoph Waltz is such a great actor that his acting captures every second of your attention. Brad Pitt has expanded his acting to another level.
June 16, 2011
ONE OF THE GRFEATEST MOTION PICTURES EVER FINALLY NAZIS GET THEIR COMEUPPANCE ACTGING SUPERB CINEMATOGRAPHY OUTSTANDING EDITING CRISP FILM FAST MOVING AND WELL PACED A MUST SEE
April 17, 2011
One of the worst pictures I have ever seen. The way it was ******** flow from scene to scene and the poor lighting made the movie hard to watch. I believe the whole industry should be ashamed to award this movie any awards except for Christpher's outstanding acting performance.
August 14, 2010
Amazing! Brad Pitt's best
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Nothing about the emotionally unmoored Inglourious Basterds adds up. Whether it's parody, farce or a fever dream is anyone's guess. Full Review