Thursday, January 12, 2012

Quentin Tarantino's film | Inglorious Basterds (2009)


Plastic and caricatural. That comes up first to mind right after appreciating Inglorious Basterds, that young director impressed us in the 90 's with Reservoir Dogs(1992) and Pulp Fiction (1994). Tarantino's name went into being of cult and his films turned into an obligation to be seen. Few directors have had that privilege and Tarantino well knows it, which is why he allows to give himself divo's airs that little by little begin to exhaust .

But out of all the marketing that the native director of Tennessee likes to generate, find his work that over the years has grown inversely proportional between the expectations and his quality. Inglorious Bastards was announced with fanfares, but it did not attract the worldwide criticism attention very much. The film presents a curious and anecdotic history that manages to be innovative.

Nevertheless, the film has his strong points like Christoph Waltz's extraordinary interpretation who despite of exercising an outrageously caricatural character manage to establish an union with the credibility that the onlooker manages to appreciate.

8 comments:

  1. Neat blog following :) Please follow back lol

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  2. I love tarantino's :D, nice review but maybe some pictures would help your post?

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  3. this movie was so good, it was a perfect blend of action with comedy. tarantino is the best

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  4. Pretty good movie. I was slightly disappointed in it over-all, but still fun to watch.

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  5. I love this movie! :) Bring out the bearjew!

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  6. That movie changed my life! Nice reviews, following

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  7. Oh, gotta love Tarantino. He actually bought rights to some of the class B crappy movies just to use some scenes he liked in his own projects!

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