Even though Inglourious Basterds is not the most historically accurate WWII movie, it is one of the most entertaining. A good storyline, great actors, and amazing special effects will have action movie fans riveted to the screen throughout.
The main plot line is that of a group of eight elite, Jewish-American soldiers, who parachute behind enemy lines and, using guerilla tactics, strike terror and wreak havoc in the German army.
The acting in this movie is exceptional. One of my favorites was Eli Roth who played the part of Donny Donowitz, also known as Bear Jew for his reputation of breaking the heads of German officers with a baseball bat. Brad Pitt plays Aldo Raine, the leader of The Basterds, as they were known, and his specialty was carving a swastika into the foreheads of the German soldiers, who he let go.
Quentin Tarantino did an admirable job as the writer and director of this movie. His characters played well off each other, making the whole movie that much better. In usual Tarantino style, the movie is extravagant, particularly in its most historically inaccurate moment when the Inglourious Basterds kill Adolph Hitler by shooting him and then blowing him up.

One Response to Movie Review: Inglourious Basterds by Joseph S.

  1. chloe says:

    Hi, It is so nice to see a picture of Joseph and to read his movie review. he really did like this movie when he saw it. I hope the kids enjoy the camping and I can't wait to get a report!


    Starr, Joseph's mom

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