Inglourious Basterds: A Screenplay

Inglourious Basterds: A Screenplay

Quentin Tarantino / Jul 16, 2019

Inglourious Basterds A Screenplay With such iconic films as the Oscar winning Pulp Fiction Kill Bill Volumes and Reservoir Dogs Quentin Tarantino has become the most famous and revered writer director of his generation Now he s

  • Title: Inglourious Basterds: A Screenplay
  • Author: Quentin Tarantino
  • ISBN: 9780316080651
  • Page: 478
  • Format: ebook
  • With such iconic films as the Oscar winning Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill Volumes 1 2, and Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino has become the most famous and revered writer director of his generation Now he s back with his most ambitious movie yet the World War II epic Inglourious Basterds Starring Brad Pitt and filmed on location in Germany and France, it has the largesWith such iconic films as the Oscar winning Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill Volumes 1 2, and Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino has become the most famous and revered writer director of his generation Now he s back with his most ambitious movie yet the World War II epic Inglourious Basterds Starring Brad Pitt and filmed on location in Germany and France, it has the largest cast of characters of any Tarantino film to date The movie will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2009.The action tale follows the parallel story of a guerilla like squad of American soldiers called The Basterds and the French Jewish teenage girl Shosanna who find themselves behind enemy Nazi lines during the German occupation When the Inglourious Basterds encounter Shosanna at a propaganda screening at the movie house she runs, they conspire to launch an unexpected plot to end the war Pitt plays Lieutenant Aldo Raine the leader of the Basterds Raine is an illiterate hillbilly from the mountains of Tennessee who puts together a team of eight Jewish American soldiers to hunt down the Nazis.Filled with Tarantino s trademark electric dialogue and thrilling action sequences, Inglourious Basterds is destined to become one of the most talked about films of 2009 and a landmark in cinematic history.

    Inglourious Basterds Aug , With the promise of every major Nazi officer in attendance, the event catches the attention of the Basterds, a group of Jewish American guerrilla soldiers led Inglourious Basterds Inglourious Basterds Rotten Tomatoes Inglourious Basterds is a very difficult film to pigeonhole It s part Jewish revenge fantasy, part gung ho war film, part knowing parody of patriotic flag wavers and % Tarantino. Watch Inglourious Basterds Full Movie Online Free Movies Mar , Inglourious Basterds Trailer You can watch Inglourious Basterds full movie for free from TheMovie on this page by streaming the movie in the video player above. Inglourious Basterds Topic YouTube Inglourious Basterds is a black comedy war film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino and starring Brad Pitt, Christoph Waltz, Michael Fassbender, E Inglourious Basterds Official Site Inglourious Basterds is a film written and directed Quentin Tarantino and released in It is based in World War II and tells a fictional alternate history. Inglourious Basterds A Screenplay Quentin Tarantino When the Inglourious Basterds encounter Shosanna at a propaganda screening at the movie house she runs, they conspire to launch an unexpected plot to end the war Pitt plays Lieutenant Aldo Raine the leader of the Basterds. Watch Inglourious Basterds Prime Video Inglourious Basterds , . min R Subtitles and Closed Captions X Ray In Nazi occupied France during World War II, a group of Jewish American soldiers known as The Basterds are chosen specifically to spread fear throughout the Third Reich by scalping and brutally killing Nazis.

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        Quentin Jerome Tarantino is an Academy Award and Palme d Or winning American film director, screenwriter and actor He rose to fame in the early 1990s as an independent filmmaker whose films used nonlinear storylines and stylized violence His films include Reservoir Dogs 1992 , Pulp Fiction 1994 , Jackie Brown 1997 , Kill Bill Vol 1 2003, Vol 2 2004 , Death Proof 2007 , and Inglourious Basterds 2009.


    1. I almost didn't get this book. But it was on clearance and the price was right (2 packs of smokes or half a bag of Ruffles) so I gave it a try. I wasn't disappointed.I've seen the movie and this is a great after movie treat. Kind of like a deleted scene or two. There were a lot of changes from the final draft to the screen, but it is essentially the same story: a Jewish woman's revenge and a scalping filled romp by the Basterds.Watch the movie and then read this book.

    2. Está bien, quizás no sea una obra maestra de la literatura, pero la verdad que la pasé tan bien leyendo este guion como viendo la película homónima, así que si soy sincero conmigo mismo, alcanza las cuatro estrellitas automáticamente porque me gustó revivir la peli en prosa y punto. De todos modos, también aporta el hecho de que hubiera varias escenas inéditas en la peli que acá tienen su lugarcito, explicando algunos detalles que no quedaron en claro (como por qué tienen tantos nomb [...]

    3. Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds is the screenplay for the revenge war film of the same name. Moviegoers love Tarantino's films for a multitude of reasons or they hate them for a multitude of reasons, but the screenplay provides a whole new insight into the filmmaker and his work.Author David L. Robbins says in the forward, "The script remembers, too, the classic propaganda films of Leni Riefenstahl and Joseph Goebbels. It glimpses the faces of Hitler and Churchill and the interior of a [...]

    4. Wow! Where do I begin? Tarantino does not let us down in this World War II Nazi-infested tale of survival and gruesome murders (ahh, the irony). The screenplay parallels two different stories. The first being with Shosanna Dreyfuss. She's a jewish girl hiding from the Nazi's under the floorboards of a German Farmhouse. Her family gets machine-gunned by Colonel Landa's minions in front her. She is the only survivor. Her mission in life stays the same: survival but with a twist -- get revenge. The [...]

    5. O adevărată dovadă a geniului lui Quentin Tarantino, atât cât şi o delectare pentru pasionații de cinematografie, mai precis scenaristică şi/sau regie. Mai multe gânduri curând pe blog ^.^

    6. (EN) OH, have you read the Inglourious Basterds? You mean, have I seen them? No, READ!It was a really tense and thrilling experience reading the screenplay and it was a surprisingly immersive experience. I have seen the movie when it came out, so some faint memories remain. However reading the dialogues just sucked me right into the story and the small, just right hints from Tarantino completed the emotions of all that was witnessed. (Also, the screenplay might not have the wacky style, but some [...]

    7. “There’s a special rung in hell reserved for people who waste good scotch.”Inglorious Basterds is utterly ludicrous, and that’s why it’s probably Tarantino’s best screenplay - and by extent his best film - to date.The characters are hammed-up stereotypes with Tarantino-esque traits exhibited in their dialogue with one another. It’s historically inaccurate, and many of the stage directions are obscurely informal, but it’s a riveting read nonetheless.

    8. Not as good as the film but still interesting enough (for those who have already seen the film). I imagine I would be quite disapointed if I had read the book first because it would have spoiled the surprise. However, it provides an interesting comparison between the film adaptation and the original version of screenplay which is slightly different and these tiny differences (scenes which didn't appear in the movie) are what makes it worth to read this screenplay. That and the fact that Tarantin [...]

    9. Excellent! Love the movie, and the screenplay is written with sass and humor, as was expected, giving me extra little tidbits I hadn't picked up on watching the films. The forward was even awesome! One could only hope to write a screenplay at this level of clarity and vision.I'm not worthy! I'm not worthy!

    10. Just as engaging as the movie. Tarantino's energy and excitement really comes through in the scene descriptions and dialogue. It's audacious, funny, dramatic, irresponsible, repulsive at times, and highly original all while paying homage and referencing what has come before.There's also a lot of extra content that is not in the film that fills in backstory and adds some layers to some of the characters.

    11. A French farmer is hiding a Jewish family from the Nazis on his farm during World War II. When Nazi soldiers search his farm and promise he and his family won’t be punished, he reveals the hiding place of the Jewish family. Sixteen year old Shoshanna manages to escape, flee to Paris and make a new life for herself, vowing revenge against the Nazis.A team of top-notch, Jewish-American soldiers is put together by Lt. Aldo Raine during World War II. Disguised as civilians, they are dropped into G [...]

    12. One night I was left alone because my mother was on a trip, so I turned on the DVD and decided it was a movie night. I watched Dracula first, I had never seen it before and it scared me enough to turn up the lights.After this episode I checked the other movies I had bought and wanting to watch something entirely different I put Inglourious Basterds on; I had seen a couple of movies of Tarantino and since his works are nice I thought his new movie could put a different spark on my current situati [...]

    13. Πρόκειται φυσικά για το σενάριο της ταινίας του αγαπημένου μου σκηνοθέτη Κουέντιν Ταραντίνο. Στην ταινία έβαλα εννιά στα δέκα αλλά στο σενάριο και άρα στο βιβλίο αυτό βάζω άριστα δέκα γιατί φυσικά οι διάλογοι και ο τρόπος εξιστόρησης του Ταραντίνο είναι απλά σε ανώτερα επ [...]

    14. I'm a big fan of this movie so I was delighted to discover a published screenplay by Quentin Tarantino.It's a great book to own if you are a fan of the movie, it gives a little more depth and background to the story and characters. There was a surprising amount written in the screenplay which never made it into the movie and I for one was glad to see the scene where the cinema was destroyed was changed for the movie as I feel the movie scene was better than the one originally written by Tarantin [...]

    15. Quentin Tarantino is infamous for his witty dialogue and engrossing characters, so it can be assumed that his rendition of "Inglorious Basterds" ought to be rife with ridiculous conversation and unique characterization. Right from page one, Tarantino sucks the reader in with a scene between milk farmer, Perrier LaPadite, and the Nazi Colonel, Hans Landa, in which the sophisticated Nazi switches between two different languages and outwits Sir LaPadite. While Inglorious Basterds certainly isn't as [...]

    16. Being a rabid fan of this movie, it was cool to read the screenplay and imagine how the story exists without pictures. I found that Lt. Aldo's (Brad Pitt) lines translated almost untouched from script to screen. Christoph Waltz brings so many idiosyncrasies to his role as Krnl Landa that reading him on the page is almost a wholly different experience. I was surprised; it really shines the spotlight on him, when you see what's NOT in the script, vs what IS on the screen. Many little plot addition [...]

    17. Филм на книга - “Гадни копилета” и Тарантино – изключително сполучливо!knigolandiafo/2011/09/bДа, може да се каже,че това са субтитрите на филма “Гадни копилета” на Куентин Тарантино, но това ще е страхотно омаловажаване. Репликите са допълнени с още куп разяснения за героите, хара [...]

    18. "Inglorious Bastards" by Quentin Tarantino is a great story telling us about the cruel and inhuman treatment, which the Jews received from Nazis. The Nazis have done every each immoral act that could be imagined in the nightmares of human minds and in this book they got what they deserved. It also shows how much hate the Jews have felt for Hitler and his army and how insane they could be driven after what they experienced. Another important thing worth to mention could be the fact that many Jewi [...]

    19. "El coronel descorre el pestillo de la ventana y la abre. Shoshanna queda perfectamente ENMARCADA por la ventana." El primer guión que leo, sin haber visto la película a la cual pertenece (no me juzguen), y creo que de esta forma lo disfruté incluso más. Me atrapó, y no sólo logré apreciar la historia sino también todas las aclaraciones de cámara de Tarantino en él, que me resultaron igualmente interesantes. Ahora quiero leer más guiones.

    20. Pick Nazis, SS, SD, Jews, American redneck, Englishman, baseball bat, spice it with Hitler and lot of blood which mix in the alternative history story and you would have two things utter idiocy or the balls ripping thing. Tarantino showed his best again and made moving bloody story about revenge on the grand scale. It is not Kill Bill thing it is kill them all thingie.

    21. Amazing amazing amazing, just like the movie!!!! However, I wish they included the scene with Aldo comforting Utivich in the movie, since that was adorable! And I wish they had the part where they say that Donny went to beauty school. Other than that, I believe that the parts that were cut out of the movie that are included in the screenplay didn't mesh with the movie. I LOVED THIS :D

    22. I like to read about violence, but I can barely tolerate it in cinema. Everything grosses me out so I have to read the screenplay or novel first or instead. Such is the case of Inglorious Basterds. I read this glorious screenplay about Nazi hunters and loved every sick detail of it. While not historically accurate, it is insightful about the weird agenda of Goebbels and Hitler and cinema.

    23. Tarantino writes brilliantly. Reading the screenplay presents several benefits over simply viewing the film. One being we get a much firmer grasp on the implications of several scenes in the movie--the choking scene being one exceptionally notable instance.

    24. La palabra para describir esto es DIVERTIDO. Creo que, en este caso, es mejor ver la película antes de leer el guión. Es posiblemente la cosa más entretenida que he leído en mucho tiempo. Y, de paso, hay varias escenas borradas que explican algunas cosas de la película. Estoy fangirleando.

    25. Best screenplay I've read. Incidentally the only screenplay I've read. The film was my pick for best picture of 2009, and it's interesting to notice the small changes they made during filming. Great dialog and an excellent story and characters.

    26. Los guiones de Tarantino son tan buenos (o mejores) como la película que originan, en el caso de Inglourious prefiero el guión sobre la película porque se puede apreciar como mediante el lenguaje Tarantino construye ese look tan característico.

    27. Me gustó mucho, disfruté leerlo tanto cómo viendo la película. Lo más resaltante en el libro es que con él te enteras o logras imaginar lo que sentían los personajes y tal vez no pudieron interpretar de una manera tan clara los actores.

    28. "You probably heard we ain't in the prisoner-takin' business; we in the killin' Nazi business. And cousin, business is a-boomin'." :)

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