Inglourious Basterds
Quintin Tarantino is an interesting fellow, and people usually fall under two categories regarding his movies: either they find them amazing, flawless and the work of a cinematic genius; or they are repulsed by them, calling them idiotic and over-publicized. But I tried to delve deeper so that I would get my own opinion of this movie. Here goes: I loved the cast of this movie, from Mike Myers’ General Ed French to Samuel L. Jackson’s unnamed narrator. I loved the movie’s plot and progression, seamlessly joining two two different beginnings into one super-finale. I loved most of the shots, even the grisly scalpings and stabbings. Following the dialogue was difficult at times because three or four languages were used, yet I still enjoyed this movie very much. So watch it if you don’t mind the rating; it will be well worth it.
4.5 / 5

Inglourious Basterds

Quintin Tarantino is an interesting fellow, and people usually fall under two categories regarding his movies: either they find them amazing, flawless and the work of a cinematic genius; or they are repulsed by them, calling them idiotic and over-publicized. But I tried to delve deeper so that I would get my own opinion of this movie. Here goes: I loved the cast of this movie, from Mike Myers’ General Ed French to Samuel L. Jackson’s unnamed narrator. I loved the movie’s plot and progression, seamlessly joining two two different beginnings into one super-finale. I loved most of the shots, even the grisly scalpings and stabbings. Following the dialogue was difficult at times because three or four languages were used, yet I still enjoyed this movie very much. So watch it if you don’t mind the rating; it will be well worth it.

4.5 / 5

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