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We've Seen Inglourious Basterds!
QT's WWII epic debuts in Cannes, and...

20 May 2009  |  Written by Chris Hewitt  

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Empire has just seen Quentin Tarantino's eagerly-awaited WWII flick, Inglourious Basterds, and it's rather brilliant. Every bit as idiosyncratic as the spelling of its title, it's a wonderfully-acted movie that subverts expectation at every turn. And it may represent the most confident, audacious writing and directing of QT's career.

Forget what you think you know is such a cliché, but here it more than applies. Tarantino has made a career out of subverting expectations – this is the man who made a heist flick without a heist, after all – but he’s outdone himself with Basterds. It’s an action movie that has barely any action. The Basterds themselves, including Brad Pitt’s Lt. Aldo Raine, are off-screen for long periods of time. And it takes wild liberties with history.

But that’s all set up by the opening title card (the film is divided into five chapters), ‘Once Upon A Time In… Nazi-Occupied France’. Not only does that allow Tarantino to use Spaghetti Western-esque musical cues and swipe the odd shot and convention from the likes of Sergio Leone, but it frees him up to take those liberties. This is a fairytale world, in which American soldiers can ghost behind enemy lines, scalp hundreds of Nazis and never get caught. And in which… no, we won’t go there. Not yet. But the ending is so thrillingly audacious that this reporter laughed out loud when it happened. Even when, having read the script, I knew it was coming.

The performances are superb across-the-board. Pitt is hilarious throughout, lending his lines that air of cocky movie-star insouciance that was a touchstone of his turns in the Ocean’s movies. But the standouts for me were Michael Fassbender, who deserves to become a star on the basis of his turn as British officer Lt. Archie Hicox, and Christoph Waltz, as the movie’s villain, Col. Hans Landa, aka The Jew Hunter.

A complex creation, refined, calculating and yet utterly monstrous when the time comes, Landa was the role that Tarantino struggled to fill, so much so that he might have had to pass on making the movie had he not filled it. But in Waltz, he’s found gold. He may look like an evil Rob Brydon, but the Austrian actor is fantastic: oleaginous, chilling and often devilishly charming. He may be a shoo-in for a Best Supporting Oscar nom, and even though it’s mighty early yet, he could become the first actor to win for a Tarantino film.

There are flaws, of course – what film doesn’t have flaws? But they may be exaggerated depending on your feelings about Tarantino. Some of his Grindhouse flourishes – large captions stamped on screen, the usual flirting with structure and chronology, offbeat musical cues (a David Bowie track shows up at one point) and the sudden introduction of a hip narrator (Samuel L. Jackson) – may irk some, but this movie-movie approach has been Tarantino’s forte since Uma Thurman drew a box on the screen in Pulp Fiction.

It’s certainly very talky, and there’s no doubt that Tarantino is in love with the sound of his characters’ voices, but QT dialogue is so much better than most other screenwriters that it’s hard to quibble. If all scenes in movies are about control, Tarantino understands that perhaps better than anybody, and some of the scenes here – the opening exchange between Landa and a French dairy farmer, and the Reservoir Dogs-esque scene in French bar, La Louisiane – are masterclasses in how to switch control from character to character. Indeed, both scenes are as tense as anything Tarantino has ever done in his career.

Remember, though: this is not the official Empire review, simply a reaction to this morning’s screening. Empire’s official verdict may differ from mine, so bear that in mind. Click here to see my video reaction and all the Cannes video blogs so far.
 


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she drew a box on screen in pulp fiction jus b4 she goes into jack rabbit slims wit vincent an in kill bill she does an outline of a box jus b4 the vernita greene fight More

Posted by mcgraner at 13:15 on 24 May 2009 | Report This Post

Really excited...but
Personally, I can't wait for this film. But I've said the same over all Tarantino's flicks when really I don't think he'll ever touch the brilliance of Pulp Fiction again. More

Posted by Mad Mac at 01:35 on 23 May 2009 | Report This Post

ARGHGHGHG
Can't. Wait. Ah. Can't. Wait. Eep. So. Excited. Ah. Can't. Talk. In. Complete. Sentances. Excitement. Has. Impaired. Speech. More

Posted by Jayk2912 at 21:15 on 21 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: RE:
www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/reviews/ first-night-inglourious-basterds-cannes-film-festival-1 688625.htmlhis seems a more balanced review. I will be going to see it though as i feel the crtics are just looking to kick QT all the time. Real film fans love all the reverance to other films in his work as it makes you seek out the films that inspired him and that cant be a bad thing can it? Oh and it got Rod Taylor in it who was in Hitchcocks The Birds More

Posted by filmburner30 at 15:07 on 21 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: RE:
That Guardian review makes me laugh - it reminds me a bit of when Homer became a food critic in The Simpsons and just sets out to slag everything offHavent got round to reading the Empire piece properly yet but christ, some people need to get over themselves! Not everyone has followed the backlash bandwagon in recent years to suddenly decide Tarantino is shit after all - it's still possible that some people enjoy his stuff! At any rate I can't help thinking this sounds like it will be mor More

Posted by Super Hans at 13:44 on 21 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE:
L: TheJOKER18 Uh, Uma Thurman drew a box on the screen in Kill Bill, not Pulp Fiction sp;   Yeah close, but she actually does it in both films! Its even outlined in Pulp Fiction, but not in Bill.   Derp!     More

Posted by silenttheo at 12:54 on 21 May 2009 | Report This Post

I'm on the fence
The trailer makes it look brilliant but I have to remind myself that it is a Tarantino movie. When I saw Grindhouse I was blown away by Planet Terror and then bored to death by the purile death proof. Proving that Rodriguez is a better director than Tarantino. But the premise seems good, it looks visually stunning and the cast is top notch (you know except Eli Roth) so I am still unsure whether to see it. More

Posted by Calsterman at 09:02 on 21 May 2009 | Report This Post

EMPIRE IS ON QT'S NUTS!!!
It looks alright!!!!! When I first seen Grindhouse i thought it was good also, then I seen it a second time and felt the characters were quite annoying. The dalogue always seem the same through out his films. I dont think empire would give the film a negative review if it was a piece of shit. More

Posted by delo21 at 05:24 on 21 May 2009 | Report This Post

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L: TheJOKER18 Uh, Uma Thurman drew a box on the screen in Kill Bill, not Pulp Fiction sp; good one buddy.  have you even seen either film? More

Posted by blamecanada at 23:09 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE:
L: TheJOKER18 Uh, Uma Thurman drew a box on the screen in Kill Bill, not Pulp Fiction think you might want to check your facts there Joker, definitely Pulp Fiction Uma to Travolta as they are about to enter Jack Rabbit Slims "Don't be such a .." Can't wait to see this Tarantino is the epitome of originality in my opinion, I'd rather watch any Tarantino film than the likes of Angels and Demons any day that's not to say I don't like Tom Hanks or Ron Howard, just you can kind of imagine More

Posted by durelius at 22:31 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Uh, Uma Thurman drew a box on the screen in Kill Bill, not Pulp Fiction More

Posted by TheJOKER18 at 21:56 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: CANNY WAIT
y reason I want to see this is because Michael Fassbender's in it. He gave the best performance of last year in Hunger and I can't wait to see what he delivers here. Unfortunately he'll be lumbered with naff dialogue, where every character sounds like Quentin bloody Tarantino.e's great in it. He's also great in Fish Tank as well. The problem is that he's underused in IB More

Posted by Evil_Bob at 20:12 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

CANNY WAIT
This looks amazing! More

Posted by Director at 19:54 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
hardly i] helen, and it's more a dig at empire in general.  i like empire, i do, but i get rather tired of the cheerleading you guys occasionally slip into. my problem with this is this:  if the film isn't all that good empire gets to have it's cake and eat it. i am a film fan, and a film maker, i just feel more comfortable when the people that report on and judge movies (such as yourselves) are obviously seperate from the studios and productiuon companies who make (and sell) th More

Posted by Knight of Fury at 19:54 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Pitt...
The only reason I want to see this is because Michael Fassbender's in it. He gave the best performance of last year in Hunger and I can't wait to see what he delivers here. Unfortunately he'll be lumbered with naff dialogue, where every character sounds like Quentin bloody Tarantino. More

Posted by Dave B at 19:33 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Pitt...
tion of Maggie Cheung at all in that piece - the only reason I might watch this film when it appears on terrestrial TV in a couple of years.  I'm guessing she's barely in it.eah she is barely in it. In fact I wasn't actually sure who it is that she played in it. Her and Julia Dreyfus's characters are easy to confuse More

Posted by Evil_Bob at 19:31 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Pitt...
Not mention of Maggie Cheung at all in that piece - the only reason I might watch this film when it appears on terrestrial TV in a couple of years.  I'm guessing she's barely in it. More

Posted by directorscut at 18:46 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Pitt...
L: Chris Hewitt OK, Jasper, not everything Pitt says is hilarious. But the character has a strong comedic tinge and that plays much more strongly as the film goes on. But neither does Tarantino let us forget that Raine is a ruthless badass, even if the role doesn't really require Pitt to do any physical stuff. Pitt as the ultimate badass is a long shot, even more so with that odd accent he's accustomed. Against-type casting, hope it works out. scenes in movies are about control, More

Posted by Jasper at 18:33 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: We've Seen Inglourious Basterds!
Chris, you lucky basterd an't wait for this. Tarantino + World War II = fucktastic. More

Posted by CORLEONE at 18:24 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
Reviews seem a mixed bag, which is the feeling I got from reading the script. Everything mentioned such as the opening scene, the bar scene, the Jew Hunter character which are getting praised as highlights are superbly written and excellent scenes/characters, stand outs in the script that are QT on his game.  Its just the filler in between where the problems seem to lie.  But I'll judge when the flick is out.  Is it me or are not many people getting too excited o More

Posted by kenada_woo at 17:45 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
Just read it and I didn't feel it was that negative. Sure the reviewer did not like the film but it has not said it was such a bad movie either. Like in most comments I've read, he expected a "choreography of blood-ballet" but instead he felt there was too much "yakking". Sure after you have seen the like of Kill Bill Vol 1 & 2 and Pulp Fiction and after the hype surrounding the film saying that Tarantino "was back in form" you would think that QT would deliver a "symphony in blood major". Some More

Posted by onyx79 at 16:57 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Sorry, not convinced!
Everything since 'Jackie Brown' has been painful! I'll probably go and see it out of morbid curiousity, but QT's 'Dogs' and 'Pulp' days seem to be long gone. And that is a real shame! More

Posted by dogstarman at 16:55 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

so How was Mike Myers?
Will this ressurect his career after the dog poo of doom the love guru ? More

Posted by cakeytea at 16:54 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/cannes-film-festival/5 355842/Inglourious-Basterds-at-Cannes-2009---review.htm lukhdev Sandhu gives a pretty negative review in the Telegraph and I seem to remember him really liking Kill Bill. It looks like it's a case of too much boring dialogue again, just like the awful Death Proof. More

Posted by Mr E at 16:30 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

We've seen Inglourious Basterds....
Well, lucky you. This just made me more excited. More

Posted by MathewRed at 16:14 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: RE:
I believe it is meant in the same way that Redervoir Dogs is a Heist movie without any actual Heist More

Posted by Oddward at 15:43 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

I find this "but QT dialogue is so much better than most other screenwriters that it’s hard to quibble. " hard to swallow. I would argue that 10 years ago QT's dialogue was better, but Death Proof and Kill Bill contained some of the worst dialogue in a major motion picture for a long time, Death Proof especially. More

Posted by UTB at 15:43 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE:
This isn't just any movie, this is a Quentin Tarantino movie. More

Posted by onyx79 at 15:41 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

An "action movie with out the action".....so it's just a movie. Not really selling it to me. More

Posted by vader100 at 15:07 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
L: filmburner30 www.guardian.co.uk/film/2009/may/20/cannes-film-festiva l-tarantino-inglourious-basterdslimey Peter Bradshaw holds nothing back here sp; Not a fan of Mr Bradshaw's rants, which that review most definitely is. For the record, I think the coverage on here today has been great and really informative, futher fuelling my desire to see IB. It's going to be a long three months. More

Posted by Companero at 15:05 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
L: filmburner30 www.guardian.co.uk/film/2009/may/20/cannes-film-festiva l-tarantino-inglourious-basterdslimey Peter Bradshaw holds nothing back here uch! He almost sounds like he's never watched a QT movie in his entire life! That guy also sound like he's been paid to hammer the film down. Anyway, proves my point, QT has yet again given birth to Marmite: some will love some won't. Can't wait to watch this film...Si seulement j'etais a Cannes aujourd'hui... More

Posted by onyx79 at 15:04 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Peter Bradshaw
he loved mamma mia and transformers, ignore him! More

Posted by tonethestone at 15:00 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
L: Helen OHara For the record, this is Chris' initial reaction to the film, and comes from a writer who has had reservations about Tarantino's last couple of films and who was hoping but not expecting to like this. It's news because the film is news, and we figured enough people would be interested to warrant pulling it out of the blog section - and y'all have proved us right. By all means continue to wait for the official Empire verdict, by all means continue to have reservations More

Posted by onyx79 at 14:58 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
www.guardian.co.uk/film/2009/may/20/cannes-film-festiva l-tarantino-inglourious-basterdsp; Blimey Peter Bradshaw holds nothing back here More

Posted by filmburner30 at 14:45 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
For the record, this is Chris' initial reaction to the film, and comes from a writer who has had reservations about Tarantino's last couple of films and who was hoping but not expecting to like this. It's news because the film is news, and we figured enough people would be interested to warrant pulling it out of the blog section - and y'all have proved us right. By all means continue to wait for the official Empire verdict, by all means continue to have reservations, but please don't abuse More

Posted by Helen OHara at 14:43 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Tarantino
I love his movies for the most part...the only one i really disliked was Death Proof..i even thought Kill Bill Vol 2 was pretty good! BUT, the trailers for this left me cold and im aware of the critical gushing his movies tend to receive on initial reaction. That and the fact that i cant even see a picture of Eli Roth without gritting my teeth leaves me still apprehensive..How annoying is the little bastard Chris? On a scale of 8 to 10? More

Posted by markasmarv at 14:43 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
IN REPLY TO KNIGHT OF FURY... Get a life mate we all want to know what the first impressions are like, WE ARE FILM FANS ! this is why we log onto the web site ! Get over yourself. More

Posted by bryanbotsareli at 14:00 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Knight of Fury
I have always stuck by QT through alll his phases.hell i liked Deathproof . So i will be going to see this .i still think he is a good director  More

Posted by filmburner30 at 13:57 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Knight of Fury
dont like it, dont read it mate. More

Posted by tonethestone at 13:40 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Knight of Fury
dont like it, dont read it mate. More

Posted by tonethestone at 13:38 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

i realise this isn't the official review, but if it isn't, why publish? i'm genuinely looking forward to this movie, but to publish a total gush-fest (and in the 'news' section) before the review is, frankly, promotion, and that cheapens the impartial credentials of empire. you've seen a movie you want to praise to high heaven? put it in a blog After it's been reviewed officially. otherwise you're just doing the weinsteins' job for them. More

Posted by Knight of Fury at 13:33 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

NICE!
sounds soooo good from other site reviews too and on twitter. cant wait!! mind you terminator salvation is getting pretty horrific reviews which is a shame More

Posted by tonethestone at 13:14 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

NICE!
sounds soooo good from other site reviews too and on twitter. cant wait!! mind you terminator salvation is getting pretty horrific reviews which is a shame More

Posted by tonethestone at 13:10 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Please, let it have fewer dialogue scenes than death proof. I spent that whole movie waiting and waiting for stuntman mike to get to work. More

Posted by Blythy at 13:01 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Please get his c#ck out of your throat
This is such a gush I don't see how anyone could take it seriously. Even the flaws aren't addressed coz you don't seem to want to talk about them, just wax lyrical about the movie so QT'll keep feeding you his pecker for pleasure. I ain't seen the movie so I can't say if it's good, bad or as horrifically offensive as the screenplay was, but I can expect some sort of balance and perspective from a movie magazine/website reviewer. It would've also been nice to have had some perspective abou More

Posted by Wozza31 at 12:34 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Tarantino bashing
I love Jackie Brown, but it is full of the flourishes that people criticise him for in the other films.   Pulp Ficiton is still a great great movie. More

Posted by Rgirvan44 at 12:21 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Tarantino bashing
verdana"]I remain unconvinced.  I firmly believe that many critics have a 'blind spot' when it comes to QT movies; ignoring the fact that with the possible exception of Jackie Brown he hasn't yet made a film that stands as a fully rounded, truly satisfying movie experience to which you can return again & again and instead revelling in his tricksy but contrived dialogue and stylistic 'look at me, look at me' flourishes.  I suspect Inglorious Basterds will provide more of the More

Posted by Blunderbuss at 12:16 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE:
I'm just amazed that he actully got it ready for Cannes. I rememeber him announcing that last year and saying "I'll believe it when I see it"   Its Tarantino so I'm there anyway, but good to hear that you liked it. More

Posted by Rgirvan44 at 12:16 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Sounds good. And thanks for 'oleaginous'- that was a new one on me! More

Posted by raclements at 12:08 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Tarantino bashing
like Kill Bill and Death Proof Chris and is this film similar is tone and style to those? I only ask because I hated those films, especially Death Proof, and your review does nothing to convince me that Tarantino and grown up and made a proper movie like Jackie Brown. More

Posted by Dave B at 11:46 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Tarantino bashing
This probably my number one "have to watch" film for this summer with Revenge of the Fallen coming close second of course but still! Quentin Tarantino is a genius, in my opinion, I love the fact that a mass of people either hate or love his work and that is proof in itself that QT is always delivering the most talked about films everytime he takes the director's chair. "Brad Pitt"? Never really been a brilliant actor in my eyes, in a way I wish someone else had been chosen for his role. To me B More

Posted by onyx79 at 11:27 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Chris, is this a return to form after a so so couple of years? More

Posted by BlackJackBauer at 11:22 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Pitt...
OK, Jasper, not everything Pitt says is hilarious. But the character has a strong comedic tinge and that plays much more strongly as the film goes on. But neither does Tarantino let us forget that Raine is a ruthless badass, even if the role doesn't really require Pitt to do any physical stuff. More

Posted by Chris Hewitt at 11:19 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Tarantino bashing
Ah yes, let the 'bashing Tarantino is cool' nonsense begin! This is the most exciting release of the year people!!! More

Posted by Fink621 at 11:12 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: I think you didn't like it
I am anticipating this new Tarantino, even though, after ious Case of Benjamin Buttonbecome wary of two-and-a-half-hour Brad Pitt movies considered brilliant by the critics, including Empire.   Still, everything Pitt says is 'hilarious'? Didn't get that from the clips, I'm afraid. So it's more a comedy than an action movie, then? More

Posted by Jasper at 11:06 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

I think you didn't like it
A lot of ways to read into the twitter comments, but I'm gonna say you're crying on the inside as it refused to be as goo as Death Proof? So 5 stars? More

Posted by Ethanial at 10:48 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Only 3 months to wait.....
.....so long. Really cant wait to see his take on this one. Rewatched Jackie Brown last night, cant see why some people dont like it. More

Posted by silenttheo at 10:46 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

Okay... not exactly a news story... Is it "rather brilliant" as in "Quentin Tarantino directed, so therefore we're going to say it's brilliant, even though it sucks almost as badly as Death Proof did", or is it ACTUALLY a good film...? I wait with baited breath to find out more More

Posted by dctuck at 10:46 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

meh
Yawn,etc,etc More

Posted by CHUFFSTER at 10:45 on 20 May 2009 | Report This Post

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