Movie Number- 42
Title- Inglorious Basterds (2009)
Genre- Quentin Tarantino
Branden’s Rating- 8 out of 10
Bridgette’s Rating- 7 out of 10
Average Rating- 7.5
Netflix Rating- 4 Stars
Comments– When I went to pop this into the PS3, I noticed that it was over 2 and half hours in length, and was immediately discouraged: how could a movie like this hold my interest for that long?  I mean, I love Tarantino, but almost 3 hours of it?  I stopped bitching eventually and hit play.  What was to unfold would be an amazing alternate reality WWII tale that only Tarantino could pull off.  I friggin’ loved this movie!  It was gory, bloody, sexy, funny, sad, sick, and entertaining all in one package.  The movie didn’t feel long at all, which was my biggest fear.  Brad Pitt blew me away with his Lt. Aldo Raine character, and had some of my favorite moments in the movie.  The length of the movie comes from the ultra-realistic take Tarantino has on some of the films: he lets them build up the way they might in real-life, which I thought was fascinating (Bridgette, on the other hand, thought they should have moved along at a bit quicker rate).  I highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys action films, or any other Quentin Tarantino movie, because it is special.  Great-Good.