Monday, January 28, 2013

Two Line Reviews - #441

Movie: The Inglorious Bastards (1978)

Plot: A few about-to-be-imprisoned American soldiers work their way through the German attack to reach the Swiss border in an escape effort during WWII. Their contrasting, risk-friendly styles put them into trouble and pull them out of it time and again! Do they survive at the end?

What Works?
  • This is a film to be watched to have some fun of the pulsating kind!
  • A masterfully crafted daringly made humour tale in settings absolutely uncut for and that makes this effort of Enzo Castellari special.
  • Each in the mix of the American soldiers delight us in their own ways; The styles of the Afro-American & the cool Leader, the daredevil bike stunts of the Mousch-man and the romantic attempts of the other guy stand out!
  • Stunts are entertaining and these are accompanied by stylish music oft seen in the willd West-films.
  • For a film of its type, the nice production value was surprising!
Didn't inspire Tarantino for no reason!

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