Quentin Tarantino if he were Simon Wiesenthal

Second trailer came out today, outlining Inglorious Basterds, the new offering from Quentin Tarantino.  This got me all lathered up and itching to watch it, so I got my net on and saw what the buzz was. Now, there was a lot of jive and some flaming going on about Tarantino being a has-been or a one-trick pony, citing Death Proof as a linchpin (emphasis “lynch”).

Look, I went to see Grindhouse and I enjoyed both movies, but Tarantino should not have tailed that double-feature. That car conversation over breakfast was toned in true-Tarantino, but it wasn’t something I really wanted to watch, two hours after my ass hit the seat. The action was phenomenal though, and should not have been a mouthpiece.

In Inglorious Basterds, you’ve got room to explore though – the title alone speaks tomes of what we can expect: an exploration of the vilest things that people can do to one another as a group of eight American men try to out-monster the greatest monsters in human history. Anyone who rags on his dialog is missing the point, which is, Tarantino is a twisted man who thinks of terrible things to do to people and the best way to film it.

Case in point:


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