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  1. dordairobert's rating of the film The Inglorious Bastards

  2. Ethan's rating of the film The Inglorious Bastards

    This is a nice little alternative to The Dirty Dozen. Tarantino took this title and then screwed with the spelling but despite that these films are nothing alike. Although Castellari and Bo Svenson do have cameos in Tarantino's film. Also Fred Williamson is badass as usual.

  3. Fabio Nosotti's rating of the film The Inglorious Bastards

  4. ElTigreNegro's rating of the film The Inglorious Bastards

    Castellari's energetic direction puts this above the average Dirty Dozen clone from the era. Great cast and character we care for. Fantastic action sequences.

  5. Denis Zordan's rating of the film The Inglorious Bastards

  6. Silenzio's rating of the film The Inglorious Bastards

    So much fun even if Tarantino overpraises it a little (Castellari made better films like Keoma, High Crime and the Big racket). Castellari was undoubtedly the action director in Italy in the period (maybe in Europe) and he demonstrates it further here. There is funny assortment of characters but Williamson has to be the standout

  7. traag-1's rating of the film The Inglorious Bastards

    great opening graphics....shooting, boobs, one-liners, shooting, more boobs, a few N-bombs, shooting...

  8. Nutter Jr's rating of the film The Inglorious Bastards

    Yet another immensely entertaining film by Tarantino full of engaging and witty dialogs, dark humour, graphic violence, an immensely talented Waltz (a performance worth many more awards - already Cannes festival award in the bag) and a thoroughly refreshing performance by Pitt.

  9. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film The Inglorious Bastards

    The original World War II exploitation epic from director Enzo G. Castellari is very entertaining with its old-fashioned, shoot-em-up view of warfare. Action-packed with genuine suspense, memorable characters, and many fun over-the-top moments. The low budget and high energy make this a grindhouse classic.