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Inglourious Basterds

In general I am not fond of any movie about war, but I am intrigued by this movie. When I see this movie for the first time on HBO (I have neither read its review nor seen the trailer yet), the first thing that interests me is the title, the misspelled of “basterds”.   182 more words

English

Django Unchained

Writer-director Quentin Tarantino’s approach to cinema is privately important to him.

He is the movie-movie fan’s king.  He has a good ear, a good eye, and a good sense of movie past.  1,075 more words

Film

Inglourious Basterds **** (Out Of 4)

Consensus: This film is vintage Tarantino with a bigger budget. Once again he creates vivid, larger than life characters and gives them exciting dialogue To and a great story. 16 more words

Inglourious Basterds

Geeky Talk's Weekly Hype

It is Monday again, but that doesn’t have to get you down. Perk yourself up with a cup of coffee and get ready for the week because there is a lot of geeky hype coming. 882 more words

Movies

Homegrown German Films Make Global Showing

While German-language films screening at this year’s Cannes Film Festival are scant in number, German talent and market titles nevertheless offer a glimpse of current and upcoming productions, ranging in subject matter from prehistoric adventure and Nazi-era intrigue to modern day terrorism and romance in the face of sorrow. 848 more words

Global

Listen, Watch, Read: April 23rd, 2017

LISTENING

Deerhunter is a band I first heard of in college from Star Slinger remix of their hit “Helicopter.” I digged the song back then, but didn’t really listen to much more than that. 478 more words

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Inglourious Basterds (2009) review

(Warning! This review includes detailed spoilers for the 2009 film Inglourious Basterds.)

I know I haven’t uploaded any Book Thief reviews for a while, but I thought it would be interesting to take a break from that for a moment to review, in contrast, a World War II movie, from one of the modern cinema’s most interesting directors, Quentin Tarantino. 3,635 more words