Inglourious Basterds   5/14/20
by MovieMeditation
While it almost seems too much of the good stuff to have two lengthy scenes of dialogue-driven, slow-burning build-ups to death and destruction, the opening scene and the tavern scene are still both very, very entertaining.

Inglourious Basterds   6/08/18
by aronisred
Bad times at El Royale looks like an awesome movie from the trailer but people feel like its a Tarantino movie and that's a disgrace and an insult to the filmmakers behind the movie.

Inglourious Basterds   12/24/17
by mark f
It's unclear what, if anything, Tarantino understands about pre-WWII German cinema and WWII Goebbels propaganda, but since his movie doesn't even take place in any form of reality, it doesn't matter to me.

Inglourious Basterds   6/04/15
by Cole416
If you put this next to movies like Pulp Fiction, with famous scenes like Ezekiel 25:17 and "A Royale with Cheese" or even in Tarantino's first work, Reservoir Dogs with the tip scene it just doesn't compare.

Inglourious Basterds   10/18/14
by Jack1
What I do feel with Tarantino's films is that they follow, by and large, a set formula: in Django Unchained, we had the plantation-owners and slave-traders as the enemy; here, the Nazis are the enemy; and there seems to be a similar formulaic approach to most of his films.

Inglourious Basterds   9/13/14
by Citizen Rules
Quentin obliviously thinks his audience is inattentive as text labels for the name of key Nazis are inserted into the film with an arrow pointing at the correct actor...just in case we weren't paying attention to who the Nazis were.

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