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#1
I just saw it 5 mins ago and........OMG it was sooooo awesome.....the lines were slick and well acted , the action was epic and it made so much tension that I almost fell out of my seat


6/5
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So what did you guys think?
#2
It's not out in the US till tomorrow >.> So, I've not seen it yet. However, it's "Bastards", not "Basterds"
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#3
Quote by HWFG1
It's not out in the US till tomorrow >.> So, I've not seen it yet. However, it's "Bastards", not "Basterds"

It is spelled 'Basterds' in the movie title.


I'm gonna see it tomorrow
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It's not out in the US till tomorrow >.> So, I've not seen it yet. However, it's "Bastards", not "Basterds"


The misspelling is done on purpose.
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#5
Quote by HWFG1
It's not out in the US till tomorrow >.> So, I've not seen it yet. However, it's "Bastards", not "Basterds"


lolno

Its Basterds. Its related to the film.
#6
I haven't seen it yet, but I really want to. It looks awesome.

Quote by HWFG1
It's not out in the US till tomorrow >.> So, I've not seen it yet.
However, it's "Bastards", not "Basterds"

Wrong. It's a deliberate misspelling in the title.
#7
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It's not out in the US till tomorrow >.> So, I've not seen it yet. However, it's "Bastards", not "Basterds"

WRONG, hes correct, its Inglourious Basterds
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#8
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It's not out in the US till tomorrow >.> So, I've not seen it yet. However, it's "Bastards", not "Basterds"


Misspelled on purpose.

And I want to see it, looks quite good actually
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#10
My friend insists this is not a comedy, although the impression I got from the preview told me differently...
#12
i'm looking forward to it....should be great
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#13
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It looks like a black comedy to me...I could be very wrong however.
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#14
The whole premise of the film is historically preposterous.

I wouldn't mind except for the fact that ignorant fools will watch it and think that's what really happened.

Braveheart is another example.


Also Tarantino is a massive ****.
#15
I'm looking forward to it. Tarantino is a a genius.
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#16
I really want to see this, but if it's not a comedy the trailer is super misleading.
#17
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The whole premise of the film is historically preposterous.

I wouldn't mind except for the fact that ignorant fools will watch it and think that's what really happened.

Braveheart is another example.


Also Tarantino is a massive ****.


Film =/= documentary.
#18
Just saw it about half an hour ago, it's great. Especially love the ending. Although of course it's in no way historically accurate, but still epic.
#20
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Film =/= documentary.


Perhaps if you read the second sentence in my post you would get the point I was making.
#21
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Perhaps if you read the second sentence in my post you would get the point I was making.


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#22
Quote by Pagan-Pie
The whole premise of the film is historically preposterous.

I wouldn't mind except for the fact that ignorant fools will watch it and think that's what really happened.

Braveheart is another example.


Also Tarantino is a massive ****.



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btw it is sorta a comedy but ....not really mostly......well its Tarantino....he should have his own sub genre
#23
I love the TV coverage the film's getting; they have to refer to it is "Tarantino's new film", "the new film", "this film" because it has a naughty naughty word. Or werd. Ololol.

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#24
Brad Pitt is awesome in it!
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#25
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I love the TV coverage the film's getting; they have to refer to it is "Tarantino's new film", "the new film", "this film" because it has a naughty naughty word. Or werd. Ololol.


HAHA yeah its funny on the advert for it aswell where it just says Quentin Tarantino's "Inglorious" and then finishes
#26
Anyone seen District 9 yet?
I've been told I have to see that film and Inglorious Basterds first chance I get.
#27
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Anyone seen District 9 yet?
I've been told I have to see that film and Inglorious Basterds first chance I get.



Both films are fantastic see them both.Nao!!
#28
On the London Underground they won't put "Bastards" on the advertisement, instead they put "The new film by Quentin Tarantino" - Not sure why because everywhere else in London has it normally... Look forward to seeing it.
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#29
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HAHA yeah its funny on the advert for it aswell where it just says Quentin Tarantino's "Inglorious" and then finishes


They changed that now, I was glad when they did.
#30
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Both films are fantastic see them both.Nao!!

You make a very convincing argument. Agreed
#31
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However, it's "Bastards", not "Basterds"


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Misspelled on purpose.

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Wrong. It's a deliberate misspelling in the title.

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lolno. Its Basterds.

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The misspelling is done on purpose.

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It is spelled 'Basterds' in the movie title.



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#34
Lol! 20pp noob!

I have not seen it yet, will probably wait till it's on DVD
#35
I liked that movie... and you can definitely tell it's a tarantino movie (don't know if it's a good thing or not ^^)

I loved "the jew hunter", great acting

btw, does anyone know the name of the guy that acted the nazi that get's killed by the baseball bat? I know his face but I'm not sure where i saw it (i think in taxi, but i'm not sure)
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#36
anyone else notice the complete lack of consistency with the subtitles? they subtitled words like "oui" and "merci" as "yes" and "thank you" at times, but completely randomly they would just keep it as oui and merci. i don't get it.
#38
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lol 2nd page and we have a penguin ....thats gotta be a record


In all fairness, the Penguin was needed lol
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#39
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anyone else notice the complete lack of consistency with the subtitles? they subtitled words like "oui" and "merci" as "yes" and "thank you" at times, but completely randomly they would just keep it as oui and merci. i don't get it.

I never saw any good subtitles in a movie, but i have to agree that they were especially bad in that movie.
Many mistakes on the german and italian parts (i dont know about the french part, i saw the movie in french ^^)
#40
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Lol! 20pp noob!

I have not seen it yet, will probably wait till it's on DVD


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