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This week's reviewed movie is:
Inglourious Basterds




Gene the Barber

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Gordie the Barber


Quentin Tarantino (my hero) always makes movies that divide audiences, and this one is no different.

You either like him or you don't. I haven't been this energized by a film in a long time.

Inglourious Basterds is rip-roaring, with flavorful dialog and tense moments.

There's so much good stuff going on in this five-chapter movie, but too little time to explain all the details.

So I'll just say my man is back with a Tarantino masterpiece.

Quentin Tarantino has done it again -- a completely fresh look at revisionist history. (This time it's WWII.)

Is film as propaganda a weapon? Or is film itself a weapon?

Q.T. answers both these questions with terrific dialog and trademark violence -- WWII occupied France never had it so weird.

It's a new look at the madness of war and a unique team of misfits who helped to keep it that way.

Writer-director Quentin Tarantino's new movie is a mixture, an extension, and an imaginative idea on every WWII flick he has ever seen.

The film revolves around three main characters.

The whole picture is spread over with dark humor. The director is well-known for twisting together comedy with violence.

The plot follows two tales, and he cleverly brings them together in the end.

This motion picture could be unsettling for some viewers. It is about the mean, bloody side of war.

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