Inglourious Basterds

Inglourious Basterds

In Nazi-occupied France during World War II, a group of Jewish-American soldiers known as "The Basterds" are chosen specifically to spread fear throughout the Third Reich by scalping and brutally killing Nazis. The Basterds, lead by Lt. Aldo Raine soon cross paths with a French-Jewish teenage girl who runs a movie theater in Paris which is targeted by the soldiers.

In Nazi-occupied France during World War II, a plan to assassinate Nazi leaders by a group of Jewish U.S. soldiers coincides with a theatre owner's vengeful plans for the same. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Inglourious Basterds torrent reviews

Brittanie J (nl) wrote: Totally adorable. Inspiring and heartwarming without being precious and overly emotional. Minus the half a star just because the camera work in the first 20 minutes is a bit nauseating.

Peter B (ag) wrote: So I picked this one in the Fantasia 2008 line-up mainly because Ministry did the soundtrack, and when I first saw the film's trailer (at the last Ministry show) I thought it looked pretty good. Then I saw the trailer again (maybe it was due to lack of beer and clearer vision) and it looked not as good as I remembered, actually it looked pretty damn bad! But I figured, ok, so how bad could it be? Being a fan of some bad films, I decided to see it. ....And it was pretty freakin' Horrible. I'm not certain of what the director's vision was exactly, but this film wasn't just all over the place, it had no real focus. It reminded me a bit of Wes Craven's earliest entry, "Last House On The Left" (and that too wasn't exactly the greatest of all films either). The acting was atrocious, and purposely over-acted at time, just for the sake of trying to be funny (which really didn't work). The plot made no sense, the actors don't really get introduced into the film, they simply get thrown into the film, and the gore was trying to be edgy but came out flat. The dialogue is ridiculous, and even by amateur standards, this is almost as low-brow as it gets. The gratuitous (and in my opinion, overdone) nudity in this film is pretty much the only thing that may keep you remotely interested (if you're a guy who likes his movies on the fleshy side). It was fun to see a brief cameo by Ministry frontman, Al Jourgensen early on in the film (as an art teacher!), but that's where all the fun ends. A direct to DVD release at best. But I say, Avoid!

Stephen G (au) wrote: This is a great movie with a message about compromising on morality. Denzel's role is iconic and Ethan Hawke really brings the humanity to the film. A few very tense scenes and a quiet ending to let the viewer take in all that could happen in one day.

Danielle S (mx) wrote: The basic premise of staging Mozart's comic opera `Cosi Fan Tutte' in a mental institution would seem like a recipe for disaster, but here it is also used as an opportunity to lightly explore some aspects of the human condition. An inexperienced but aspirational, if not exactly talented, director (Lewis) is given the task of putting on a variety show for the hospital's aloof administrator (Tony Llewellyn-Jones; Picnic at Hanging Rock), his like-wise ?caring' colleagues (excepting Colin Friels as the compassionate Errol) and the minister for health. Ben Mendelsohn (The Year My Voice Broke) in his mainly low-key performance as Lewis is a superb foil to the rest of the manic protagonists. An overwrought Barry Otto (Strictly Ballroom & Lilian's Story) is Roy with his rather grandiose visions who commandeers this project and coerces Lewis into rebelling against his directive, to stage the opera instead. Mark Joffe's Australian bawdy and riotous romp is played unashamedly for laughs, very much in the style of `Strictly Ballroom' and `Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert', rather than `One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest', the benchmark for films of psychiatric patients finding themselves, lacking its depths of pathos and tragedy. In fact all the various psychoses are portrayed for their potential humour and the extremeness of the asylum residents' conditions are somehow subdued, presumably by medication, to enable them to work together. The `clients' backgrounds are sketchily drawn and we are not allowed to dwell for too long on how damaged so many people become by the behaviour of others towards them. An offensive pyromaniac (David Wenham) tells us how he tortured cats and in a rare serious moment, suicidally depressed Ruth (Pamela Rabe; Sirens) is seen toying with slashing her wrists (we are told the difference between the cry for help and the sure-fire method), but the film swiftly diverts our attention. The central issue of the opera regarding double standards by men towards women's fidelity is touched upon, but not developed satisfyingly, with the examination of Lewis' own relationship and his attraction to the talented member of his cast, Julie, a recovering junkie. Meanwhile Lewis' parasitic `mate', Nick (Aden Young), his ill-advised inspiration as a director, is seen to be a pretentious buffoon with half-baked theories such as `the crucial key is to find out what sort of animal the actor is', and unsuccessfully tries to make a cuckold of him. If you are able to ignore the implausibility of it all, and to see a group of socially challenged individuals overcoming some of their problems to step out of themselves, if only for a brief moment on the stage, then you may still find your spirit uplifted and enjoy this as I did.

Eugene K (gb) wrote: Fantastic. All films should be judged against the merits of Tank!

Ben F (gb) wrote: "Stay Hungry" was a unique idea for a movie. It had good acting, a decent script, and a great cast. The one problem with this movie, and it's sort of a big problem, is that it was mostly just......boring. It was very very dull. The performance from all of these actors in their youth was really a treat to watch. Jeff Bridges, Robert England, Sally Field, and Arnold Schwarzenegger all did a good job with this film, and this is from when they were all young, so that was really interesting to see. The reason this film was so dull, was because at points the script took turns where I didn't really know what was going on. Also, there were times where the cinematography was too dark for me to see anything, and it really made me a little drowsy. For such an interesting concept for a really could have done better.There isn't really anything else to say. Overall, "Stay Hungry" was ehh. It had a good cast, and some good acting, but overall it's dull atmosphere made me think that this film could have been way better.

Lee M (gb) wrote: Between a 5/10 and 6/10, an interesting concept by Branagh, and a touching De Niro performance. It is hit-and-miss at times, a bit overwrought.

Lafayette C (fr) wrote: One of the best movies I've ever seen. Brought me to tears and I'm a big fellow.