One Line Review: Inglourious Basterds is funny, witty, and filled with terror and action.
On this day Inglorious Bastard got released in the theaters of Hollywood and we’re going to have a brief analysis of this movie Today.
Iconic dialogues from this movie
Col. Hans “The Jew Hunter” Landa: Now if one were to determine what attribute the German people share with a beast, it would be the cunning and the predatory instinct of a hawk. But if one were to determine what attributes the Jews share with a beast, it would be that of the rat. If a rat were to walk in here right now as I’m talking, would you treat it to a saucer of your delicious milk?
Perrier LaPadite: Probably not.
Col. Hans “The Jew Hunter” Landa: I didn’t think so. You don’t like them. You don’t really know why you don’t like them. All you know is you find them repulsive. Consequently, a German soldier conducts a search of a house suspected of hiding Jews. Where does the hawk look? He looks in the barn, he looks in the attic, he looks in the cellar, he looks everywhere he would hide, but there are so many places it would never occur to a hawk to hide.
Inglorious Basterd is a story of a bunch of Jewish soldiers who are on a secret mission to destroy nazi rule and a woman who wants revenge from a nazi officer.
War story cooked to perfection
I’ve never enjoyed the war so much. Basterds are unforgettable, but at the same time, they are very interesting and sometimes make me laugh. The dark comedy side, like many other Tarantino films, plays a big role in this part. Entertainment and fun are led by Brad Pitt. I found him very interesting and fun. I couldn’t go back to his screen and wait for the display. Despite his crazy accent, he works in this kind of movie. Melanie Laurent and Christoph Waltz also left a great impression. The movie was full of notable acting. What is the episode itself historically too inaccurate and not even a cell? Never create a documentary. Tarantino thought it was fun to play like us. The filming department is qualified to use large props in beautiful, vibrant colors that emphasize the film. The last line of the movie really needs to be liked Pulp Fiction is still his masterpiece.
Tarantino is, above all, an entertainer. World War II shows one of the most tragic events in history, how Tarantino can make it interesting. Inglourious Basterds is an interesting movie. Incredibly funny, shocking, dramatic, tense, and funny at the same time. Everything you find in a film completed in a particular Tarantino style is fulfilled and the jam is worth about once. It’s time to get a first-hand experience of what war is like through the eyes of Quentin Tarantino. This brings us to our next point…
Speaking from my experience, I can’t imagine a director’s desire for blood and violence is stronger than Quentin Tarantino’s. (At least in his movies) “Inglourious Basterds” is no exception. We all know Tarantino, who was the one who shone on the scene with classics like “Reservoir Dogs” and “Pulp Fiction” in the early ’90s. Since then, he has been disappointing some people. Well, I can safely say that Tarantino hasn’t lost touch. Thankfully, it brings us the best of pulp fiction. We know this story, a World War II story that only Tarantino can tell. (Of course, it is fictitious) No war movie has been made before. Brad Pitt plays the illegitimate son of Lieutenant Aldo Rehn in Nazi-occupied France. Your goal is to kill the Nazis. Colonel Hans Landa, played by Christopher Waltz, played a similar role on the other side. He was called the “Jewish hunter” and was very ruthless with his business. The third sub-story consists of a young Jewish refugee, Shosanna Dreyfus, who witnessed the massacre of her family. Of course, he hopes to plan revenge for the German fiasco. Actually, here are three intertwined stories. If he knows anything about Tarantino or his movies, this is nothing new to him.
Inglorious Basterd is Tarantino’s best. This film is smart, funny, tense, and violent. It’s not for the weak at heart but in saying that, it is also nowhere near as violent or gory as other Tarantino classics. I highly recommend this film, even if you just tune in for the Christoph Waltz performance as Hans Landa.