I love Inglourious Basterds. It is my favourite Quentin Tarantino film since Pulp Fiction. Tarantino, a man who is so aware of the history of cinema, fuses this extensive knowledge into this ingenious screenplay, with countless references. Essentially, the whole film is a homage to The Dirty Dozen too. Robert Richardson's cinematography is absolutely beautiful. The way that the colours pop off the screen, especially the red in the Nazi emblems and Melanie Laurent's dress, is incredible. The use of top lighting is also very effective. There are so many memorable sequences, but I think the thrilling bar sequence and the climax at the Parisian theatre are the most exceptional. Also, it features wonderful performances from Christoph Waltz and Melanie Laurent. Rather than closely examine the film in preparation for a review, I prefer to just enjoy it. I have lost count of the amount of times I have seen it now.
After the jump, some of the film's most memorable screenshots: