with: Brad Pitt, Christopher Waltz, Melanie Laurent, Eli Roth, B.J. Novak
Inglorious Basterds is the most original war movie I've seen. He decides to create a fictional version of fun-packed violent and witty vengeance based in three characters that represent an entire ideology. The Nazi detective (Waltz), the southern-accent heroic American soldier (Pitt) and the attractive and vengeful jew (Laurent). These three dominate the screen and create a world that is so appealing to anyone who loves suspenseful, progressive, and violent filmmaking with cinematic and narrative perfection. This movie belongs to a genre of its own, as it is incomparable and hard to define; extremely fresh and innovative.
Tarantino is a geek. He knows so much about filmmaking that he can play with it, he makes his own rules, he has fun. It's groundbreaking and no one else could have done it. He has a vision of his own and Inglorious Basterds very well represents it. I won't say more, just watch it!