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Ännu Ett BASTERDS-Klipp!! Quentin Tarantino Introduces A New INGLOURIOUS Scene Featuring Aldo Raine And Hugo Stiglitz!!

I am – Hercules!!

I love the script for “Inglourious Basterds” and all the clips I’ve seen so far, including this new one featuring the introduction of German-Jew serial killer Sgt. Hugo Stiglitz. Don’t be put off by the foreign-language intro. It goes all English about 35 seconds in. Klicken Sie Hier!!



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  • May 20, 2009, 3:20 p.m. CST

    sweet

    by Duke of Hurl

  • May 20, 2009, 3:21 p.m. CST

    Loved it...

    by SnacksForAll

    Wow. FIRST...I think. Anyway, this clip looked awesome...I am already sensing a sensory assault that should light up the marquee lights of every geek from Portland, Maine to Portland, Oregon. Love the musical choice here...and even Brad Pitt as Aldo Raine. I have a great feeling about this...

  • May 20, 2009, 3:21 p.m. CST

    can't you post another link?

    by cant_stop_yawning2

    this one keeps jamming...

  • May 20, 2009, 3:23 p.m. CST

    Sexiest Voice Over Lady EVER

    by DOGSOUP

    I dont care what language that is when she says "Nazi Murderer" I pooped wood at every syllable. "Nahssi Muuuuurrrdurur"

  • May 20, 2009, 3:25 p.m. CST

    I think that may be Swedish...

    by chawkie

    Otherwise it is the strangest German dialect I have ever heard...

  • May 20, 2009, 3:25 p.m. CST

    @SnacksForAll

    by DOGSOUP

    Hey buddy, I'll Keep Portland Weird for ya and represent the Oregon contingent of Portlandians with lit up marquee lights!

  • May 20, 2009, 3:25 p.m. CST

    Snacks, you suck!

    by QuandraX

    Nazi Jew Americans with a penchant for cussing? I'm there.

  • May 20, 2009, 3:32 p.m. CST

    Are people still excited after seeing these clips???

    by Executor

    Granted, I thought the script was terrible. So maybe this just isn't my cup of shit. Pretentious. Hokey. Really self-conscious dialogue. Ugh. <p>Bonus: we get to see the douchiest clip intro ever, courtesy of Quentin "Let me explain all the backstory that's in my head that's not in the movie" Tarantino. Even the biggest whorebag actress in hollywood isn't as excited to get her pictures snapped on the red carpet as QT is, with that smug shit eating grin. He is so in love with himself it's sick.

  • May 20, 2009, 3:32 p.m. CST

    Mmmmmm

    by sabrinaloves

    Bring this damn movie on. Seeing all these clips makes me wish I could eat Quentin's brain and gain his knowledge..

  • May 20, 2009, 3:34 p.m. CST

    Second bonus:

    by Executor

    We got to see another two minutes of the Basterds in action, which leaves about 10 minutes left for the movie. ROFL. I think the only thing left to see after all these clips come out is an hour and a half of the Jewish girl talking about movies.

  • May 20, 2009, 3:35 p.m. CST

    Sabrina: it'll be a light meal.

    by Executor

    :D

  • May 20, 2009, 3:40 p.m. CST

    KILLING NAZIS!!

    by Flames gotta Eat

    FUCK YEAAAAHHHH!!!!

  • May 20, 2009, 3:40 p.m. CST

    I clicked on the link and got...

    by CobraKai

    sent to a muppets show clip with the crazy Swedish chef and Beaker. Although..that was better than this film looks.

  • May 20, 2009, 3:49 p.m. CST

    this looks like filtered tarantino

    by Steve_McQueen_Sex_Machine

    Up to htis point, tarantino hasn't had a filter and thank Christ for whoever told him to start editing. I have been creaming my pants with these clips, and I haven't read the script, but the cut down on self indulgence that Tarantino usually displays means this is going to epic

  • May 20, 2009, 3:50 p.m. CST

    These clips all seem pretty meh.

    by robotdevil

    They're not terrible, but I'm pretty unmoved. Maybe it works better in context...?

  • May 20, 2009, 3:50 p.m. CST

    I read a review earlier today,

    by Jardinier

    where the Cannes attendee called the film a 160min borefest, "like watching blood dry." Also, apparently one of the Weinsteins was really mad at Tarantino, and Eli Roth called the movie a Jewish revenge fantasy.

  • May 20, 2009, 3:53 p.m. CST

    One thing we can all agree on.

    by drturing

    This will barely clear 60 mil tops.

  • May 20, 2009, 3:58 p.m. CST

    Yawn

    by adolfwolfli

    Here's the final word on Tarantino: he got far too much attention early on for a movie who's success was due in large part to Roger Avery, bought into his own hype, allowed his head to expand to the proportions of Jupiter, and not is utterly convinced that everything he writes is God's gift. I almost fell asleep during this clip. The same problem with Deathproof: LONG drawn out dialogue that just simply isn't interesting, or funny, or perceptive.

  • May 20, 2009, 4:04 p.m. CST

    um...

    by spooky2k

    Why has this got it's own news story? Really? This definitely isn't cool news and borders on aintitaslownewsday.com content.

  • May 20, 2009, 4:09 p.m. CST

    Battle of Algiers music

    by Tacom

    Is there going to be any original Ennio Morricone music and not just his old stuff?

  • May 20, 2009, 4:13 p.m. CST

    Brad Pitt southern accent fail

    by awepittance

  • May 20, 2009, 4:18 p.m. CST

    getting good reviews at cannes

    by alice 13

    i wanna see it.

  • May 20, 2009, 4:23 p.m. CST

    Brad Pitt is overrated

    by cylon_conspiracy

    I have nothing against him personally but I don't think he's a particularly good actor. I'm not sure why he is considered the biggest star in the world or why every guy who is insecure about his looks compares himself to Brad Pitt, or why women always use him as their standard of good looking guy. I'm not sure why he gets cast in these types of clever films, like "Burn After Reading". I guess it's like having Tom Cruise in something like Tropic Thunder, except Tom Cruise is a good actor. Brad Pitt is likable enough and it's not impossible to watch him, but why he is this mega star is beyond me. I don't think he has the chops to speak Tarantino dialog.

  • May 20, 2009, 4:23 p.m. CST

    getting bad reviews at Cannes

    by Odog

    I'll precede with caution alice 13.

  • May 20, 2009, 4:27 p.m. CST

    alice 13...

    by -guyinthebackrow

    Are you high? The film is getting horrible reviews at Cannes. Now, I'm going to reserve my own judgement until I actually see the movie, but let's not make shit up just because we happen to be fans of a certain director.

  • May 20, 2009, 4:40 p.m. CST

    Brad Pitt = a young Hank Hill's dad

    by Glory_Fades_ImMaxFischer

    proven fact

  • May 20, 2009, 4:46 p.m. CST

    @Tacom...

    by spooky2k

    Dude, it's tarantino...is there EVER anything original in his films? They're just rehashing of other films and so the music is too (just more explicitly).

  • May 20, 2009, 4:57 p.m. CST

    huh?

    by alice 13

    it is? <p>they all were positive when i read them.<p>how come aicn doesnt have someone over at cannes to cover this stuff.

  • May 20, 2009, 5:09 p.m. CST

    where's the antichrist article?

    by bewareofaholywhore

    that whole kerfuffle (whether you're pro or con...)was waaaay more interesting than this goofball piece of shit...everything about it just seems awful and don't get me wrong,i loved reservoir/pulp/jackie/and the kill bills...quentin's just done...

  • May 20, 2009, 5:19 p.m. CST

    Music

    by wigggo

    I may be wrong but was that the music from the original pelham 123

  • May 20, 2009, 6:13 p.m. CST

    im fucking freaking out. this looks fucking incredible

    by TheDark0Knight

    seriously august cant come soon enough.

  • May 20, 2009, 6:20 p.m. CST

    Swedish?!

    by Carl XVI Gustaf

    Det var som tusan.

  • May 20, 2009, 6:31 p.m. CST

    im gonna see this cuz i fuckin hate nazis

    by bacci40

    nothing better than watching german fucks getting their heads blown off

  • May 20, 2009, 6:33 p.m. CST

    alice 13...

    by -guyinthebackrow

    My mistake. I just read three very good reviews over at Nikki Finke's site. I HAD read two very bad reviews, but Empire Magazine thought it was "brilliant". I stand corrected.

  • May 20, 2009, 6:35 p.m. CST

    Looks like skit.

    by SylarTheCylon

    Really varm, diarre liknande skit.

  • May 20, 2009, 6:36 p.m. CST

    heres a bad review, there are lost outther

    by muri71

    u know i tell this for month, that this movie suck and it does, read review from a real critic and not tarantinas bitch! Guardian-uk Like the loyal German bourgeoisie in 1945, trying to keep patriotically cheerful despite the distant ominous rumblings of Russian tanks, we Tarantino fans have kept loyally optimistic on the Croisette this week. We ignored the rumourmongers, the alarmists and defeatists, and insisted that the Master would at the last moment fire a devastating V1 rocket of a movie which would lay waste to his, and our, detractors. But today the full catastrophe of his new film arrived like some colossal armour-plated turkey from hell. The city of our hopes is in flames. Quentin Tarantino's cod-WW2 shlocker about a Jewish-American revenge squad intent on killing Nazis in German-occupied France is awful. It is achtung-achtung-ach-mein-Gott atrocious. It isn't funny; it isn't exciting; it isn't a realistic war movie, yet neither is it an entertaining genre spoof or a clever counterfactual wartime yarn. It isn't emotionally involving or deliciously ironic or a brilliant tissue of trash-pop references. Nothing like that. Brad Pitt gives the worst performance of his life, with a permanent smirk as if he's had the left side of his jaw injected with cement, and which he must uncomfortably maintain for long scenes on camera without dialogue. And those all-important movie allusions are entirely without zing, being to stately stuff such as the wartime German UFA studio, GW Pabst etc, for which Tarantino has no feeling, displaying just a solemn Euro-cinephilia that his heart isn't in. The expression on my face in the auditorium as the lights finally went up was like that of the first-night's audience at Springtime for Hitler. Except that there is no one from Dusseldorf called Rolf to cheer us up. Pitt plays Lt Aldo Raine, the leader of an anti-Nazi commando unit whose avowed mission is to get 100 Kraut scalps apiece; we see the scalpings in full, gruesome detail, yet that figure is entirely forgotten about by the end. Mélanie Laurent plays Shosanna Dreyfus, a beautiful young Jewish woman whose family were slaughtered by SS Col Hans Landa, played by Christoph Waltz. She got away and (somehow) attained not only a new identity, but also ownership of a Paris cinema which is to play host to the premiere of Dr Goebbels's latest propaganda movie, in the presence of the Führer himself. Her plan is to incinerate the entire first-night audience by bolting the doors and igniting her vast inflammable stock of nitrate film. Meanwhile Lt Raine has his own plans for killing Hitler at the movie theatre and the Brits get involved too, in the form of suave Michael Fassbender as Archie Hicox, a crack commando making contact with exotic spy Bridget von Hammersmark, played by Diane Kruger. There are some nice-ish performances, particularly from Fassbender and Waltz, but everything is just so boring. I was hoping for Shosanna at least to get a satisfying revenge on the unspeakable Col Landa. But no. The two Hitler-assassination plots cancel each other out dramatically and the director's moderate reserves of narrative interest are exhausted way before the end. He should perhaps go back to making cheerfully inventive outrageous films like Kill Bill. Because Kill Adolf hasn't worked out. • Peter Bradshaw is the Guardian's film critic

  • May 20, 2009, 6:37 p.m. CST

    heres a bad review, there are lots outthere

    by muri71

    u know i tell this for month, that this movie suck and it does, read review from a real critic and not tarantinas bitch! Tarantino reviews: Guardian-uk Like the loyal German bourgeoisie in 1945, trying to keep patriotically cheerful despite the distant ominous rumblings of Russian tanks, we Tarantino fans have kept loyally optimistic on the Croisette this week. We ignored the rumourmongers, the alarmists and defeatists, and insisted that the Master would at the last moment fire a devastating V1 rocket of a movie which would lay waste to his, and our, detractors. But today the full catastrophe of his new film arrived like some colossal armour-plated turkey from hell. The city of our hopes is in flames. Quentin Tarantino's cod-WW2 shlocker about a Jewish-American revenge squad intent on killing Nazis in German-occupied France is awful. It is achtung-achtung-ach-mein-Gott atrocious. It isn't funny; it isn't exciting; it isn't a realistic war movie, yet neither is it an entertaining genre spoof or a clever counterfactual wartime yarn. It isn't emotionally involving or deliciously ironic or a brilliant tissue of trash-pop references. Nothing like that. Brad Pitt gives the worst performance of his life, with a permanent smirk as if he's had the left side of his jaw injected with cement, and which he must uncomfortably maintain for long scenes on camera without dialogue. And those all-important movie allusions are entirely without zing, being to stately stuff such as the wartime German UFA studio, GW Pabst etc, for which Tarantino has no feeling, displaying just a solemn Euro-cinephilia that his heart isn't in. The expression on my face in the auditorium as the lights finally went up was like that of the first-night's audience at Springtime for Hitler. Except that there is no one from Dusseldorf called Rolf to cheer us up. Pitt plays Lt Aldo Raine, the leader of an anti-Nazi commando unit whose avowed mission is to get 100 Kraut scalps apiece; we see the scalpings in full, gruesome detail, yet that figure is entirely forgotten about by the end. Mélanie Laurent plays Shosanna Dreyfus, a beautiful young Jewish woman whose family were slaughtered by SS Col Hans Landa, played by Christoph Waltz. She got away and (somehow) attained not only a new identity, but also ownership of a Paris cinema which is to play host to the premiere of Dr Goebbels's latest propaganda movie, in the presence of the Führer himself. Her plan is to incinerate the entire first-night audience by bolting the doors and igniting her vast inflammable stock of nitrate film. Meanwhile Lt Raine has his own plans for killing Hitler at the movie theatre and the Brits get involved too, in the form of suave Michael Fassbender as Archie Hicox, a crack commando making contact with exotic spy Bridget von Hammersmark, played by Diane Kruger. There are some nice-ish performances, particularly from Fassbender and Waltz, but everything is just so boring. I was hoping for Shosanna at least to get a satisfying revenge on the unspeakable Col Landa. But no. The two Hitler-assassination plots cancel each other out dramatically and the director's moderate reserves of narrative interest are exhausted way before the end. He should perhaps go back to making cheerfully inventive outrageous films like Kill Bill. Because Kill Adolf hasn't worked out. • Peter Bradshaw is the Guardian's film critic

  • May 20, 2009, 7:43 p.m. CST

    bad reviews part 2

    by muri71

    dont say i didnt warned you for month!;) Critics attending the Cannes Film Festival are mostly expressing disappointment over Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds. An unsigned review on the Hollywood Reporter website says, "The film is by no means terrible -- its running time of two hours and 32 minutes races by -- but those things we think of as being Tarantino-esque, the long stretches of wickedly funny dialogue, the humor in the violence and outsized characters strutting across the screen, are largely missing." The British trade publication Screen Daily says that it "offers considerable challenges to the attention span of mainstream audiences." Sukhdev Sandhu concludes in the London Telegraph: "Cannes normally adores Tarantino (he won the Palme d'Or for Pulp Fiction), but this time? It's not so much inglorious as undistinguished." But several critics take a machine gun to it. Peter Bradshaw in Britain's Guardian newspaper calls it a "catastrophe" and goes on: "It isn't funny; it isn't exciting; it isn't a realistic war movie, yet neither is it an entertaining genre spoof or a clever counterfactual wartime yarn. It isn't emotionally involving or deliciously ironic or a brilliant tissue of trash-pop references. Nothing like that."

  • May 20, 2009, 8:03 p.m. CST

    Varför står det på svenska?

    by BigCZee

    Why is the headline on swedish?

  • May 20, 2009, 8:40 p.m. CST

    muri

    by smackfu

    that first review read like it was written by a either young child or a mentally retarded Checkeslovakian. "I tell this for month"? Anyone remember that old Steve Martin SNL sketch where the 2 drastic east European stereotypes talk about sexing up ladies, etc. When I read that review, I heard Steve Martin in character reading it out to me.

  • May 20, 2009, 9:03 p.m. CST

    HOLYSHITOHMYGODWOWOWOW

    by MSA13

    I expect Inglorious Basterds to be the new Star Trek/Hostel 2/tomboy beanpole come August.

  • May 20, 2009, 9:17 p.m. CST

    looks great!

    by darwinmayflower

    thanks.

  • May 20, 2009, 9:18 p.m. CST

    oh, and for those saying Brad Pitt is a Bad Actor

    by darwinmayflower

  • May 20, 2009, 9:18 p.m. CST

    oh, and for those saying Brad Pitt is a Bad Actor

    by darwinmayflower

  • May 20, 2009, 9:18 p.m. CST

    oh, and for those saying Brad Pitt is a Bad Actor

    by darwinmayflower

  • May 20, 2009, 9:18 p.m. CST

    oh, and for those saying Brad Pitt is a Bad Actor

    by darwinmayflower

  • May 20, 2009, 9:19 p.m. CST

    woah, that was weird...

    by darwinmayflower

    what I meant to say, (but only once) was...try a river runs through it. he is almost undeniably fantastic in that.

  • May 20, 2009, 10:46 p.m. CST

    Pitt's killing it for me... ANYONE but Pitt would've worked...

    by Flip63Hole

    What was Tarantino thinking?

  • May 21, 2009, 2:33 a.m. CST

    Does Tarantino creep anybody else out?

    by Grievey

    Like if this guy was standing next to me at a mall talking, I'd clench my cheeks and kinda pull my kids away from him.

  • May 21, 2009, 4:29 a.m. CST

    A positive, though not official review from Empire Magazine

    by tonguestubble

    Empire has just seen Quentin Tarantino's eagerly-awaited WWII flick, Inglourious Basterds, and it's rather brilliant... http://www.empireonline.com/news/story.asp?NID=24863

  • May 21, 2009, 4:43 a.m. CST

    more reviews

    by muri71

    Reactions are in from the premiere of Quentin Tarantino's long-brewing flick "Inglourious Basterds" at Cannes, with most critics expressing disappointment in what many hoped would be the director's magnum opus. The film, described by movie writers as a first in the "spaghetti war" genre, stars Brad Pitt as leading Basterd, Lieutenant Aldo Raine, and Christoph Waltz as evil SS officer Landa. The film is set between France and Germany, with languages from those countries, plus English, spoken throughout with subtitles. Most reviews refer to the movie's final line, "This might be my masterpiece," which could easily be interpreted as Tarantino's own self-congratulation; however, according to several early reviews, "Inglourious Basterds" misses this high mark due to its heavy dialogue, expectation of more war sequences, Pitt's caricatured character and disagreement on pace. Positives include rave response to Waltz, Tarantino's mix of history and fiction and the director's typical inclusion of wit and humor in even the most gruesome scenes. Below is a summary of many outlets' reviews from the screening. Check out our photo gallery from the premiere, with shots of Tarantino, Pitt and beyond, for more "Inglorious" coverage. The Hollywood Reporter: "'Inglourious Basterds'
 merely continues the string of disappointments in this year's Competition... for a war movie there is very little action... Tarantino never finds a way to introduce his vivid sense of pulp fiction within the context of a war movie." The Guardian: "[T]he full catastrophe of his new film arrived like some colossal armour-plated turkey from hell... It isn't funny; it isn't exciting; it isn't a realistic war movie, yet neither is it an entertaining genre spoof or a clever counterfactual wartime yarn. It isn't emotionally involving or deliciously ironic or a brilliant tissue of trash-pop references." Sharon Waxman of The Wrap: "[I]t was hard to miss Tarantino's skilled embrace of the elements that make theatrical moviegoing just plain great: scenes filled with dramatic tension, performances with depth and humor, rich and witty scoring choices, multi-lingual dialogue that Tarantino still stamps as his own, and knowing nods at cinematic history and the power of the medium he loves so well... As Brad Pitt says in the very last frame of the film, looking straight into the camera after a gruesome, signature task: 'This might be my masterpiece.'" Indie Wire: "[The flim] feels like a bubblegum sidedish to the heavy dinner plate of [Tarantino's] career... To watch 'Basterds' without considering Tarantino's implementation of enyclopedic movie knowledge makes it into a breezy, insignificant experience... dialogue scenes go on and on, people gets shot, lavish music cues make way for interstitial moments of contemplation, and so on. Get around to it, already." Variety: "[O]nly fully finds its tonal footing about halfway through, after which it's off to the race. By turns surprising, nutty, windy, audacious and a bit caught up in its own cleverness, the picture is a completely distinctive piece of American pop art with a strong Euro flavor that's new for the director... pic features terrific production values across the boards." BBC News: "'Inglourious Basterds' clocks in at nearly three hours, and its director could certainly have trimmed more of its flab. This, and Pitt's character not getting the screen time he deserves, are the main disappointments... [Tarantino] is royalty at this festival - and as long as you can suspend disbelief and offence, he remains the king of trashy cinema." The Telegraph: "The problem is that there's not enough roaring or headhunting... There is far too much yakking, some of it thickly accented and hard to follow, most of it without the rhythmic zing of his best work... It's not so much inglorious as undistinguished." Boston Globe: "It's as talky as the talkiest films in the competition, but Tarantino composes great comedic dialogue that lasts the entire film... Tarantino never cuts totally loose... [Tarantino's] working with a large canvas here, and I think the scope of a war film doesn't entirely jibe with the kind of intimate violence he's so good at staging but never bothers with here... Even at 160 minutes, the film feels rushed." Daily Mail: "Vintage Tarantino to be sure, but a little more action would have been glorious... Not enough scalps."

  • May 21, 2009, 7:28 a.m. CST

    Has Tarantino ever focused on action?

    by scnjedi

    I think his most action heavy film was Kill Bill Part 1. What were people expecting exactly? Tarantino films are, for the most part, dialogue.

  • May 21, 2009, 9:12 a.m. CST

    Ännu en undrande svensk

    by Knugen

    Vad is the mening with blanda Swedish med engelska in rubriken to denna article?

  • May 21, 2009, 10:29 a.m. CST

    FUCK YES!!!!!!!!!

    by SkinJob69

    I can't wait for this to come out!

  • May 21, 2009, 1:51 p.m. CST

    "Don’t be put off by the foreign-language intro."

    by theycallmemrtibbs

    You mean Tarantino getting sun burn talking about how great he is? Yeah I fast forward past that.

  • May 21, 2009, 2:13 p.m. CST

    In retrospect.....

    by theycallmemrtibbs

    I loathed The Kill Bills (Really, did we need two films?) Jackie Brown overall was his BEST movie. Resevior Dogs was a close second, True Romance (Although he didnt direct) then maybe Pulp Fiction. The only thing Death Proof had going for itself was Kurt Russell. For someone who pride themselves on they're writing. The dialog was long winded and forgettable, possibly his worst. That movie was nothing but an opportunity for Quentin to explore his fucking foot fetish.......Geez whatta weirdo

  • May 22, 2009, 10:17 p.m. CST

    This is a losing battle for AICN

    by reflecto

    And they know it.