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  • 'Inglorious Basterds'

    'Inglorious Basterds', the decade-long in the waiting WWII film, from Quentin Tarantino has given him his biggest opening day box office numbers yet with $14.3 million. This edges the Weinstein Company release just past last week's $14.2 million collected by 'District 9' for the 2nd best R-rated film opening in August and the company's 2nd best opening day record.

    more on the story at:

    'Inglorious Basterds' kills at the box office

    Tarantino Nazi pic rakes in $14.3 million

    'Inglorious Basterds' kills at the box office - Entertainment News, Web Exclusive, Media - Variety

    Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglorious Basterds - 8/9/08
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    Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglorious Basterds' opens at number one in the U.S. with $37.6 million and brings him the best international opening for one of his films ever.

    more on the story at:

    'Basterds' wins weekend
    'Basterds' wins weekend

    'Basterds' gives Tarantino his best global launch

    Pic tops "Pulp," Bill" and opens first in over 12 markets

    'Basterds' gives Tarantino his best global launch
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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      The Labor Day weekend found 'Inglorious Basterds' in 2nd place at the holiday box office with $15.1 million, bringing it's domestic total to $95.2 million.

      It is now Tarantino's second highest-grossing film behind 'Pulp Fiction.'

      Internationally it sits at $83.3 million for the weekend with an overall global haul of $178.2 million.
      "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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        Re: 'Inglorious Basterds'

        Great movie, amazing visuals and amazing storyline some say to long and what not. I would sit through the whole thing. loved it.
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          I still have mixed feelings about this movie, but I there are some undeniably amazing moments in this film.

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            I loved this movie. :love: After Death Proof, I was afraid that I'd be off Tarantino forever. Good to know he's still got it.
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              ^ Glad you liked it. As we share the same opinion on Death Proof I hope I have the same impression of this movie once I get to see it.

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                My favorite part about the movie.

                Spoiler
                Can i just say im glad there was a WWII movie in which they killed hitler!!!
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                  I really enjoyed this one, definetly had Tarantino's style all over it. even the long conversation scenes, which would bore most people, i found interesting. the dialogue is very natural and flows quite well, it feels like they're having the convo. for the moment and not from a script.

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                    I also really liked it, although it took a while to determine so. Definitely a step in the right direction for Tarantino.


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                      Saw it again last night. Still awesome.
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                        crud crud crud!!! I forgot this was out!!! HUbby had this whole week off, it would have been the perfect time to catch a movie, since the little one would have been in school. I REALLY wanted to see this too. CRUD!



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                          TNT picks up rights to 'Basterds'

                          Cable network pays close to $12 million for film

                          TNT picks up rights to 'Basterds' - Entertainment News, Film News, Media - Variety
                          "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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