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fedex - 2011-09-08

I, frankly, love this movie

SolRo - 2011-09-08

Waltz made this movie 100x better.

It would have been perfect without the whole jewish chick out for revenge subplot.

CJH - 2011-09-08

if you haven't seen the movie, don't watch this clip. while showcasing some great acting, it chops off the beginning and end of this really good scene, and kills a lot of the suspense that was being built up.

CJH - 2011-09-08

not supposed to be a reply, but whatever.

fatatty - 2011-09-08

I don't get all the hate on the chick subplot. I thought there were a lot of great scenes and dialogue pulled out of it, especially the amazing climax of her plot.

This is the best scene in the entire movie though.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-09-08

yeah, that whole subplot was really silly. I didn't like this film very much, though a lot of the scenes are pretty great, the bar scene being the best I believe.

cognitivedissonance - 2011-09-08

I'm rather fond of that sub plot. Tarantino LOVES chick revenge movies, and he does that theme better than anything else in his repertoire.

asian hick - 2011-09-08

@CJH: i agree and it's unfortunate. i looked everywhere for the whole scene but this was the best i could find

EvilHomer - 2011-09-09

I agree with SolRo. On the whole, this movie was a colossal disappointment; certainly not the WORST film I've ever seen, but probably the biggest kick in the proverbial balls I've ever had the misfortune of watching. The Jewish chick was the biggest culprit (let's make a movie about Eli Roth murdering Nazis! Oh wait, I lied!), that and all the pretentiously self-indulgent (or, spun another way, "classic Tarantino") Interwar German Cinema film-faggotry, which seemed out of place and soulless when compared to the impeccably crafted film faggery in Quentin's other movies.

But Waltz was just bloody brilliant, and had they left everything BUT his scenes on the cutting room floor, Basterds would have been Tarantino's best.

deadpan - 2011-09-08

Every great war movie has a scene like this, the tense "will they see through the deception" scene with the evil, skeptical villain and the good guy sweating bullets.

Tarantino likes those scenes, and chose to make a film that consists of nothing but them, with the odd montage thrown in here and there. It works surprisingly well.

cognitivedissonance - 2011-09-08

The pipe is the first giveaway of just what sort of a movie this is going to be.

schwaeg87 - 2011-09-08

great movie. great scene.

his name is just "christoph" though. not christopher.

asian hick - 2011-09-08


Macho Nacho - 2011-09-08

One of the better scenes in a film that felt like a rinse and repeat of Tarantino's previous movies with a WWII flair.

Adham Nu'man - 2011-09-09

This was a good movie. One of the better movies of recent. Especially from Hollywood.

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