Saturday, February 14, 2009

Inglorious Basterds Trailer



Quentin Tarantino has a new movie coming out and it's been a long wait. If you love violence, and have no qualms about seeing a Nazi cracked in the skull and God knows what else, this may be the movie for you. Plus, it has Brad Pitt. Not naked "Troy" Brad Pitt but Brad Pitt nonetheless.

8 comments:

Sky Pilot said...

Considering Native Americans don't "become" jews, whatever that means, this whole scalping garbage is a little too much to swallow. I think Brangelina should be scalped and deported back to eurasia with their fraud kids so the Americans can live in peace. This movie looks to be a nazi-sized BOMB!!

twunty mcslore said...

Yeah, I don't get the scalping reference either, Tarentino has his historical facts a little confused, to say the least.
As for Brangelina, meh. I don't care. As long as they keep doing the good work that they do in New Orleans and Africa I'm cool with it.

shakey said...

Why did they spell Inglorious wrong, too? Is this like a Reservoir Dog-type thing?

What suprised me was Seth Meyer. He's not following the Lorne Michaels-prescribed path to "stardom" - he seems to be choosing his movies carefully. Good for him.

Nice blog, twunty!

twunty mcslore said...

Thanks, Shakey. Is it supposed to be Inglourious in the movie title? I think I used the correct spelling by mistake. Oopsy!

twunty mcslore said...

One more thing, Shakey. Thanks for joining my blog! I appreciate it. Now it's your turn to start one!

shakey said...

I'm debating whether I should or not. Sometimes I'd like to talk about something that strikes me. When people add pictures to their sites (of celebs or whatever is newsworthy), do you have to pay or ask permission?

twunty mcslore said...

In Perfect 10 v. Google the judge found that using pictures that were available on line did not break any copyright laws when it applies to servers. This laaw hasn't been tested yet in the blogosphere but it is an unwritten law in blogging that if you use a photo without permission and the owner asks you to remove it from your blog, you comply.

shakey said...

Thanks for the info. I think I might just put something up.