The Unviewed Review: Basterd Reveux

It is in the spirit of Kris’s illuminating review of Transformers Deux that I offer my inaugural post on 12apostrophes: my take on the latest Tarantino film I have not seen…

It is with much anticipation that moovygoers await Quentin Terentino’s new film, Inglourious Basterds. In this latest offring from the qwerky cineaste, Braed Pit leads a teem of Jewish-‘merican soldeurs who are sent on a mission into occupyed France to brutalize n kill n scalp Nazis. Inglourious pays frommage to both New Waive cinema and the bahsghetti-western tradition. Indeed, watching Inglourious is like watching a version of The Good, The Bad & The Ugly that is set in WWII and directed by Jean-Luc Godard while the director of Pulp Fiction holds a gun to his head. In short, Inglourious is galore-ious! C it!

2 Responses to The Unviewed Review: Basterd Reveux

  1. Pulao says:

    I laughed out loud at Frommage. That was such a cheesy joke.

  2. Unwit says:


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