Apr 3, 2009

Quentin Tarantino's Godly Gift

The most epic movie ever produced that didn’t star Jason Statham. It’s Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs and Kill Bill wrapped up into the most violent, manly, bloodshed movie that will surely make Sylvester Stallone jealous he didn’t think of the scenes for Rambo. August 21, 2009, Quentin Tarantino births the most beautiful abomination to rock a pair of masculine socks, when he unleashes…

Inglourious Basterds.

Little has actually been released about the plot, but what can be heard about it is there is a team of eight American soldiers, known collectively by the title of the movie, lead by Brad Pitt. Yeah, Fight Club’s own Tyler Durden. The Basterds are casted as followed: Eli Roth (director of the Hostel series), BJ Novak (Ryan from The Office), Til Schweiger (Heinz Hummer from Deuce Bigalow: European Gigalow), Samm Levine, Omar Doom, Michael Bacall and Gedeon Burkhard. But it’s not just a story about Americans slaughtering, and I do mean slaughtering Germans. Where’s our British allies? Oh, here they are: Michael Fassbender (Stēlios of 300 “Then we will fight in the shade”), Mike Myers (which could go either way as he’s not in a lot of, even remotely, serious roles) and Rod Taylor (Mitch Brenner, main character in the Hitchcock classic, The Birds). And is that enough? Of course not. Let me lay this bombshell on you. The narrator – Samuel L. Jackson! If you need to ask why Samuel L. Jackson is involved in this movie, then you need to not see it. In fact, don’t even come to the cinema on the same night people are seeing this movie, because you will be kicked out, run over, and reversed upon.

Without further ado, I bring to you the trailer for Inglourious Basterds.