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"Whatever THE DIRTY DOZEN did," screamed the ads, "they do it dirtier!" INGLORIOUS BASTARDS is more than just the inspiration for Quentin Tarantino's long-rumored next movie; this 1978 international smash remains perhaps the biggest and most badass war movie in EuroCult history! Exploitation legends Fred 'The Hammer' Williamson and Bo (WALKING TALL, KILL BILL) Svenson star as the leaders of a gang of condemned criminals who escape from an Allied prison camp with a plan to blast their way to the Swiss border, only to find themselves 'volunteering' for a suicide mission deep inside Nazi occupied France. Academy Award(r) nominee Ian Bannen (FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX, BRAVEHEART) co-stars in this explosive action epic from director Enzo Castellari (STREET LAW, THE BIG RACKET), now fully restored from original vault elements for the first time ever in America!
The Bad Things *Well, you can either call this a really bad movie or a really good cult/B-movie.
Escaped military convicts accidentally kill U.S. soldiers, disguised as German soldiers, and decide to take on the deceased's mission.
The film itself was fine, and the music and explosions and gunfire was fine, but the Voice audio track was total and utter garbage!!!
This is an amateurish no budget affair. Nothing is right here. NOTHING. I would critique the acting but that would imply that there were actors - there weren't. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christopher
This original 1978 "INGLORIOUS BASTARDS" international blockbuster film by Director Enzo G. Castellare, finally made it in DVD format, to the shores of America. Yes! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nina
I bought this film to see if there was any similarity with the new version release. How wrong I was since this is more of the retro war movie where you would not find any bullets... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Walamma Othman
Inglorious Bastards is awful. The sophomoric screenplay includes stopping the action to display the names of characters with arrows pointing to the actors in bold, seemingly... Read morePublished 14 months ago by critic1x
First off, I'm not one of those posters who enjoy giving bad reviews. I'm not a movie snob, either. Most of the time if I don't enjoy a movie or book, I realize that my experience... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Henry Bemis
I gave it as a gift and they loved it, but I know nothing else about it, since I myself have never seen it.Published 16 months ago by R. Kitchen