No one stages movie deaths quite as exquisitely as Quentin Tarantino. Typically preceded by carefully crafted, poetically waxed dialogue that builds tension to a fever pitch, fatality in a Tarantino movie is over the top but visceral, gruesome but real. And in most cases, the bastards basterds had it coming.

In his latest, 'Inglourious Basterds,' Tarantino sets his sights on his most deserving targets yet -- not just all of the Nazis in WWII France, but also World History's Hugest D-Bag, Adolf Hitler. Does the Fuhrer get a revisionist's taste of Tarantino-style comeuppance? We wouldn't dare ruin it for you. But we do dare count down QT's most glourious death scenes yet.
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