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Inglorious

Discussion in 'Films & TV' started by Congay, Feb 7, 2010.

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  1. Congay

    Congay Registered User

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    Inglorious

    Totall contradiction to TSalv this movie is brillaint, gripping story, amazing dialogue and engrossing scenes Tarantino back to his best if not his best. He dosnt try and 180 degree camera looking up from the floor shots like MG trys in Terminator all his shots are bread and butter basic, just getting the scene head on!

    Totally enjoyed was gripped from begining to end.

    LOL at Pitt making a great dumb american
  2. Aaron!

    Aaron! Coming soon...

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    Still yet too see this after being look forward too it for months before release, Bought it on Thursday hoping it would be here for the weekend but wasn't so will probs be here tomorrow.
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    i still havent seen this yet too. think its on filmflex tho.
  4. Congay

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    My favorite scene, well i say scene its probs 30% of the film it gos on for 20+ mins.

    The part where they rendervouz with the German Actress in the Cellar Bar. Its pure gold, i think it wont be appreciated until people have seen the movie many many times.

    Pure Class
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    gowansy gis a nosh hew

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    yeah that scene in the cellar is amazing. and the opening scene is top notch as well. imo i think its tarantinos best film yet.
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    The tension in the opening scene and bar scene is class. You know something is going to happen but you not sure how its going to pan out. Class film. The bit where there putting on the Italian accents is class.
  7. Congay

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    hes not just a fantastic director hes a fantastic writer too.

    yeah that first bit you havent a fucking clue right down to the lass running away even then your SURE shes going to get shot THEN she gets away.


    its made me want to watch his back catalogue again...

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