By William MacInnes
Christoph Waltz was magnificent in Inglorious Basterds. Photo: Flickering Myth
Inglorious Basterds - Score 10/10
Director: Quentin Tarantino
This to me is Tarantino’s best film that I’ve seen (yet to watch all of them). It’s flawless.
The alternate history story backed by a formidable cast with the exceptional performance by Christoph Waltz makes for such an entertaining watch.
While both are only on screen for a short time Diane Kruger and Michael Fassbender executed their characters perfectly also.
As is expected with Quentin Tarantino films, violence was prevalent in Inglorious Basterds. Photo: Roger Ebert
Tarantino is a master of extended, tense scenes filled with dialogue and this movie shows, with the opening scene and the intense bar standoff, I strongly suggest to go and watch them in full.
When it comes to Tarantino’s use of violence you either love it or hate, I myself LOVE it but that’s just me.
This score may be biased but I personally didn’t see any faults anywhere.
Cover Photo: IMDB