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    Inglourious Basterds

    This movie was nothing short of great and it very well may be Tarentino's best work. It had plenty of laughs (dark humor), plenty of gun fights and plenty of Nazi scalps cut off. Brad Pitt was definately the highlight of the film as his scenes propelled this movie (especially with the laughter he provides). I don't want to give too much away but I look forward to discussing it with you guys once you've watched it. It's everything you want it to be.

    P.S-Definately worth the ticket price. Best film that I've seen in the past two years (hands down).
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    I should have watched this instead of GI Joe! dammmit

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    cool. I've got plans to go see it saturday.

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    What's this movie supposed to be about? I've had several friends mention how great it was and I briefly saw a few previews, but I couldn't figure out the story. I could look it up online, but that would defeat the purpose of this post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Beast View Post
    What's this movie supposed to be about? I've had several friends mention how great it was and I briefly saw a few previews, but I couldn't figure out the story. I could look it up online, but that would defeat the purpose of this post.
    Something along the lines of the Jew's killing the nazis. It looks epic
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    As I understand it, it's a group of Jewish soldiers that go undercover as civilians and brutally murder Nazi soldiers.

    I've never liked Tarantino but I still want to give this a shot.
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    The way it looks to me is Fight Club with Jews killing Nazis

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    cant wait to see it , i love tarantino, would u say this new movie tops pulp fiction?
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    Quote Originally Posted by juan23 View Post
    cant wait to see it , i love tarantino, would u say this new movie tops pulp fiction?
    If I were to be a 'prisoner of the moment' sort of person, I'd say yes. As a realist, I'd say they both are on the same exact level with this being a little bit more of a fun watch. Personally, I enjoyed the storytelling in Pulp Fiction. Go see this, we'll talk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatdahell? View Post
    If I were to be a 'prisoner of the moment' sort of person, I'd say yes. As a realist, I'd say they both are on the same exact level with this being a little bit more of a fun watch. Personally, I enjoyed the storytelling in Pulp Fiction. Go see this, we'll talk.
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    I hear that the SS commander in this movie is awesome and should most likely get an Best Supporting Actor Nomination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BilltheButcher View Post
    I hear that the SS commander in this movie is awesome and should most likely get an Best Supporting Actor Nomination.
    He's very easy to dislike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BilltheButcher View Post
    I hear that the SS commander in this movie is awesome and should most likely get an Best Supporting Actor Nomination.


    He's a very good actor.

    I didn't like this movie as much as I liked Pulp Fiction. A few parts in the movie was a complete yawn-fest. =/

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    Yeah, there were two 5-6 minute sequences that were slow and but both tied in with the story build up. Diane Kruger>. I love that director's cut nude scene from Troy.
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    Inglorious Basterds

    Sick film. Like him or not, Brad Pitt is a phenomenal actor. The whole cast was great and the story, although not historically accurate by any means, it very entertaining.

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    Good flick, but Pulp Fiction was still better.
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    Glad to hear it was that good. Im really looking forward to seeing it
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    Can't wait to see it. Caught Tarentino's interview on Stern though. Good stuff. Stories of Coke cans and wine at Brad's place.

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    It was Tarantino's finest job, hands down. While Pulp Fiction will still likely remain the cult favorite due to all the great lines, Basterds shows that Tarantino has really taken his skill into the highest tier of excellence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muscled View Post
    Can't wait to see it. Caught Tarentino's interview on Stern though. Good stuff. Stories of Coke cans and wine at Brad's place.
    From what I understand he got Pitt drunk so he would sign on to do the movie. This happened at Pitt's place in France where Pink Floyd's "The Wall" was recorded.

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    Looks like I'll have to be the first to say it:
    Brad Pitt makes me swoon.
    I'm not attracted to him sexually (not that it would matter if I was), but that guy is fantastic looking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mercuryblade View Post
    Looks like I'll have to be the first to say it:
    Brad Pitt makes me swoon.
    I'm not attracted to him sexually (not that it would matter if I was), but that guy is fantastic looking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mercuryblade View Post
    Looks like I'll have to be the first to say it:
    Brad Pitt makes me swoon.
    I'm not attracted to him sexually (not that it would matter if I was), but that guy is fantastic looking.
    Where the hell did this come from?.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Mustard View Post
    Sick film. Like him or not, Brad Pitt is a phenomenal actor. The whole cast was great and the story, although not historically accurate by any means, it very entertaining.
    Yea I've noticed Brad Pitt is a pretty good actor. He doesn't seem like he would be a good actor to me for some reason I don't know.

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    Great movie. Went to see it with my brothers the other night and we all loved it. Pulp Fiction is still one of his top films.


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