Badass International Trailer for Inglourious Basterds Hits!
by Alex Billington
June 30, 2009
Now this finally looks like a badass Quentin Tarantino movie! A new French trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds has hit the web (via YouTube) and it's definitely a must watch. I've been waiting to see a trailer that not only does a good job of actually selling the movie, but is just plain awesome itself, and this is finally it. Not only does it actually stick to the real story about the movie premiere in Paris, but it has a great Tarantino vibe to it that was never in either of the first two trailers. Whether you're still waiting to see something more or are already looking forward to this, you need to watch this new trailer either way.
You can catch my review of Inglourious Basterds from Cannes right here if you haven't already. Excited?
Watch the international trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds:
During World War II, a group of Jewish-American soldiers known as "the Basterds" are chosen to spread fear throughout the Third Reich by scalping and brutally killing Nazis. The Basterds soon cross paths with a young French girl named Shosanna who runs a movie theater in Paris that is frequented by soldiers.
Inglourious Basterds is both written and directed by the infamous Quentin Tarantino, of everything from Reservoir Dogs to Pulp Fiction to Kill Bill to Death Proof previously. The Weinstein Company and Universal have partnered to bring us Tarantino's WWII masterpiece in all of its brilliant glory. After first debuting at the Cannes Film Festival, Inglourious Basterds will now hit theaters worldwide on August 21st this year.
Reader Feedback - 25 Comments
Ah I love all the new footage! This is going to be a great film. More than likely a big Tarantino favorite.
Movieraider321 on Jun 30, 2009
you just say bingo
Jim on Jun 30, 2009
HAHAHA mike myers??
Mark R on Jun 30, 2009
THAT WAS GREAT GREAT GREAT!!! XD Can't wait...The script was superb writing...Love Quentin!
m4st4 on Jun 30, 2009
Yes! Yes! Yes! Very excited. Even more excited for Public Enemies tomorrow though. Since Quantin is done with this does it mean we get Kill Bill - The Whole Bloody Affair?
Brandon on Jun 30, 2009
meh..........i'm sure i'll see it on dvd; but, it doesn't look "badass" nor am i excited for it. and alex......you're entitled to your opinion BUT, this is NOT a "WWII masterpiece".
dan on Jun 30, 2009
hey alex, maybe it look better because i heard Tarantino went back to the editing room to fix it up because after Cannes people were iffy about it...
NIce on Jun 30, 2009
JEFFREY on Jun 30, 2009
OMG ITS RYAN FROM "THE OFFICE"!! Oh and finally a trailer that catches my attention, maybe his will be good after all.
Derek on Jun 30, 2009
Cant wait for this one!!!
tankmaster on Jun 30, 2009
A bunch of German actors in it, too. And not all of them are booked as dirty Nazi's. Sweet!
SuicidalOptimist on Jun 30, 2009
This was a strange trailer.... and I am really looking forward to this. I love Tarantino's work! but this was just strange...
Conrad on Jun 30, 2009
Yes, yes, yes, yes, YES!
Ajax on Jun 30, 2009
Hey Alex: I am a huge Tarantino fan and I love WWII flicks, especially the escapism action ones during the 60s. I was very "meh" about the first trailer and then my interests started to rise during the second one, and this one looks pretty damn good. But there is one thing that is turning me off a little about the film and maybe you could help me, even though it could be a huge spoiler. Here it is: Does Pitt get his hands dirty and kick some Nazi ass too? I would hate for him to talk a big game as he does in the film and just let his boys do all the dirty work. I mean, if he killed like four or five Nazis, I could live with that. Plus, I would be very disappointed if that uber prick Eli Roth got all the good kills. Granted, I haven't seen the flick so I can't denounce him, even though he clearly does suffer greatly from "douchebaggery" syndrome. Anywho, if you could answer my question without give to much away I would very much appreciate it. THANKS!!!!!!!
MARCO..............................POLO!!! on Jun 30, 2009
Wow I'm finally seeing the Tarantino-stylized WWII that I was originally hoping for. Thanks for posting this Alex.
Mark on Jun 30, 2009
Nazi: This is the sound of my Walther, directly pointing to your testicles Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz): That makes two of us! Hugo Stiglitz (Till Schweiger): And now we are three... And that music coming with it ... awesome.
ureyesonly on Jun 30, 2009
So I'm the only one not getting sound on this eh?
normf on Jul 1, 2009
mutch better trailer than the other trailers looks like a movie that will kick ass.
Allen Reeve on Jul 1, 2009
hahaha!!! Thats more like the Tarantino we know and love!!! (even though I would have seen it regardless of "Good" or "bad" trailer!! this is a man who relies on talent and skill not ILM and established toy lines!
lando on Jul 1, 2009
that was shit hot,mike myers brilliant,tarantino films always do well in the u.k & the rest of europe we love his fucking shit.his best films 1.pulp fiction /kill bill vol 1 2.reservoir dogs 3.kill bill vol 2 4.deathproof 5. jackie brown. where will inglorious basterds come in at.
zetsu on Jul 1, 2009
Holy crap! I didn't even _recognize_ Micheal Myers there for a second.
LW on Jul 1, 2009
this looks even more infantile than the others. The more a see and hear the less I think. Oh wait... thats what this web crowd is ... sorry, excuse me. Heil Hitler cum stains.
khrodos on Jul 1, 2009
I'm not sure about this, from what I heard the "basterds" are only a third of the movie yet they keep selling it as if it was all about them. I will still definately see this because I have yet to be disappointed with something Quentin did ( except deathproof, sorry guys, I hated it) so I'll wait and see.
Phil on Jul 1, 2009
Sorry but it doesn't do it for me. It's QT all over. You see the trouble when you are desperately trying to be cool is that is doesn't mean you will be cool. His writing has become a pastiche of itself, it hasn't moved on and hence though original and creative in RD and PF, now it's tiresome and tedious. You imagine his films have so many sychophants going 'oh QT that's amazing so funny, so cool' that he gets wrapped up in it all and disappears up his own arse. Couple that with how every film seems more preoccupied with selling the even cooler soundtrack and it's all just fluff and bluster. All sizzle and no sausage.
Payne by name on Jul 2, 2009
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