Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by DocRoaster, Feb 28, 2010.
Holy christ what a horrible movie. It's like it was written by some 14 year old jewish boy.
I enjoyed it. It wasn't very funny like I thought it would be but it was still a great movie.
Worst one I've seen. No one was really memorable or even close to believable.
I felt like I watching some 14 year old jewish boy's daydream.
"Dude and then I shot Hitler in the fucking face man"
no. its one of the top 3 of 2009
ok inglourious basterds was no way a bad movie, not even close.
u guys have fucking SHIT taste in movies, or that watched with a closed mind on a shitty sdtv
When I saw it I was high, and I mean really high, and I thought it was enjoyable but really too slow and parts seemed kind of ridiculous, I'd give like like a C+/B- around the same area as A Scanner Darkly. I'll have to watch it again sober to give a more accurate review.
this man says gtfo
I thought it was intense and almost perfect until the last 15 minutes.
In the last 15 min., he basically serves up a Jewish fantasy.
It was okay. He really likes to drag scenes out, though..........
I agree, I really thought that the previews misled as to how funny it could have been. All the good lines were in the previews. I did however think it was thought provoking movie
i did not hate it but i won't watch it again....
better than most movies these days imo
i enjoyed it
worth seeing for waltz's performance alone
pitt's accent sucked ass tho
too many people want to rate every movie "best movie ever" or "it sucked i hated it" with nothing in between
I thought it was one of Tarantino's best movies and a top 10 for 2009.
Awesome edge of seat tension scenes with the Jew-Hunter and the basement scene.
the fighting stuff was good, but too much time in between those parts... the bear jew was awesome....
was over hyped but not shitty.
it was ok, but since i went to see it thinking it would be GREAT with all of the hype i was let down.
It was pretty good. But I prefer traditional World War II movies, i.e., Enemy at the Gates, Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan, Downfall, Defiance, and U-571.