Update - Yahoo has just released a 4th clip. It’s below the first three.
While we can curse at the top of our lungs in hatred towards those who got to see all 2 hours and 40 minutes of Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” today at Cannes, we can at least enjoy about two-and-a-half-minutes worth of clips that just went up online [thanks to CHUD for the heads-up].
The clips deliver what you’ve come to expect since the trailer: Brad Pitt relishing his role as Lt. Aldo “Apache” Raine and mean Nazis.
We also do get to see a little bit of Diane Kruger in her role as Bridget von Hammersmark.
But what I like best about these clips is what lays at the edges which is clearly violence, mayhem, and some scope of World War II both historic and
cinematic. That’s what I can’t wait to see.
Check out the new clips below. “Inglourious Basterds” hits theatres on August 21st.
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