Wed, 25 September 2019
Quentin Tarantino’s films seem to excite and divide audiences with equal fervor. His 2009 World War II masterpiece, Inglourious Basterds, was met with approval, but not universal acclaim. The film’s breakout star, Christoph Waltz, won an Academy Award for his role as SS colonel Hans Landa, but Basterds lost out in the Best Picture race to another war movie, The Hurt Locker. Dealing as it does with the theme of fighting fascism by any means necessary, Tarantino’s sixth film feels more timely now than it did ten years ago. But does this equate to a film that is more divisive a decade later? Join Beef, Wing, and Lobster as they go back to once upon a time… in Nazi-occupied France.
Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! These discussions will be spoiler filled and may explicit language, so consider yourself warned.
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