Review: INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS by Quentin Tarantino

Bermudaonion reviewed Inglourious Basterds by Quentin Tarantino and here’s a snippet of what she had to say:

Inglourious Basterds by Quentin Tarantino is the first screenplay I’ve ever read.  I have to admit that it bugged me that both words in the title are misspelled and it was never explained why.  I expected it to read like a play, and for the most part, it does.  I was surprised at the descriptiveness of some of the stage (screen?) directions.

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Anna at Diary of an Eccentric also reviewed this screenplay, and here’s an excerpt:

The dialogue also is very clever, and there were several scenes or parts of scenes that weren’t in the movie.  I can see why they weren’t included, as they aren’t crucial to the plot, but they were interesting nonetheless.

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Serena of Savvy Verse & Wit reviewed the Quentin Tarantino screenplay as well.  Here’s a snippet of what she had to say:

In typical Tarantino fashion, the script bounces from each group and several moments in time, quilting together the larger arc of the story and conclusion of the war.

The script includes little tidbits about the characters that are never seen or talked about on screen.

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  1. I agree, great flick. One of the best of 09. I was freaking laughing my ass off the entire time! Plus, there was some serious intense scenes: i.e. opening and the tavern basement. Seeing Hitler’s face get chewed up by a Tommy gun was pretty sick too. Good review, check out mine when you can!

  2. It was a very funny movie! Thanks for checking out my review on Diary of an Eccentric as well.

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