Friday, February 13, 2009

That New Quentin Tarantino Flick . . .

OMG, I'm so excited to see this movie! Quentin Tarantino's next flick is coming out late this summer, and the first trailer just aired this week. The film's called Inglourious Basterds [sic] starring Brad Pitt, amongst many other notable faces. At first I was put off by the idea of Pitt being in a Tarantino production. For some reason, the two didn't seem a right fit. I like Brad's work, don't get me wrong, but really?

Anyway, this trailer has proved me wrong. I can see the genius behind casting Mr. Jolie now. I should have known to leave it to my man Quentin to know what the hell he's doing! And, hey, from a purely marketing viewpoint it works as well. I mean, how many more women will turn up now? Probably a heck of a lot more than usual for Tarantino, I can tell you that much.

Anyway, here's your trailer:



The film is looking like a cross between a typical World War II Nazi flick, and a Spaghetti Western. Yeah, imagine that. Quirky, but we are talking QT here. I mean, what'd you expect? (heh, heh)

5 comments:

  1. Another thing to put on my "Must" list. I adore Tarantino!

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  2. Well, hey! And here I thought you were going to say "Brad Pitt."

    Yay, another Tranatino fan! I knew there was a reason I liked you, CH. :)

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  3. Brad Pitt??? Yuck!

    :) There are many varied reasons to like me, David. You just haven't found them all yet.

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  4. Oh...I don't know - I thought from Dusk to Dawn was the worst film I'd ever seen - and that's saying something 'cause I'm old and am a true fanpire.

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  5. Well to be fair, From Dusk Till Dawn wasn't a Tarantino flick. He co-wrote it and co-starred in it, but he wasn't the director. That was Robert Rodriguez.

    But I actually thought it was an okay movie. Although when it comes to directors, I'm way more of a QT fan than I am a RR one.

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