Aug 17, 2008

Cultural Pop Icon Quentin Tarantino tackles the Holocaust with Inglorious Bastards

Quentin “I love kissing Kosher ass” Tarantino is about the begin production of his latest schizophrenic pop culture movie Inglorious Bastards. In the long awaited film, eight Jews take on evil Nazis Zio-Style! Only Tarantino could come up with idea of making a fantasy holocaust action film featuring tough Jews kicking Kraut ass. Zionist filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s American propaganda slime Saving Private Ryan (essentially a weak remake of Darryl F. Zanuck’s The Longest Day) only featured a little footage of Kosher commando Private Stanley Mellish (played by the whiney Adam Goldberg) fighting a devilish German Nazi one on one. Knowing Tarantino’s love for old and horrible action films (and film in general), one can expect to see Nazi heads and limbs flying in Inglorious Bastards.

Jewish Hack horror director and Tarantino lover Eli Roth will be playing "a baseball bat-swinging Nazi hunter" in Inglorious Bastards. God’s chosen have always been followers of the “eye for an eye” law. Goy boy toy Brad Pitt will also be starring in the film as “a hillbilly from Tennessee who puts together a team of eight Jewish-American soldiers.” The Jews of Inglorious Bastards aren’t your stereotypical draft dodgers! They are lean, mean, chutzpah filled killing machines.

One of Quentin Tarantino's influences for this holocaust epic?

The plot of Inglorious Bastards is as follows, "Two story lines... converge: One follows a group of prisoners-turned-soldiers whose mission is to take down a group of Nazis, and the other follows a young Jewish woman who seeks to avenge the death of her parents by this Nazi group. German film critic Tobias Kniebe has described the film as "This is pop culture meets Nazi Germany and the Holocaust." Only Quentin Tarantino could reinvent the holocaust film for this generations tough and militant Zionist Hebrews. Sadly, Jewish funny boy Adam Sandler will no longer be starring in Inglorious Bastards as expected. A scheduling conflict has caused Sandlers dropout of the film so no one will be able to see the comedians homicidal kraut killing side.

Quentin Tarantino with brothers Weinstein

Instead of dramatic scenes featuring Yiddish children being led to the gas chambers, Inglorious Bastards will feature torture, revenge, and Tarantino style slaughters. Tarantino’s Kill Bill Volume 1 and 2 reminded me of a really long and bloody Asian car commercial. I don’t think it would be far fetched to assume that Tarantino will be “borrowing” some scenes from Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS. After all, the pop culture icon director has never thought about making a personal and serious film in his entire life. Tarantino has also considered titling the film Once Upon a Time in Nazi-Occupied France. Something tells me that Sergio Leone would have considered Quentin Tarantino a mediocre and soulless director.

Inglorious Bastards will be distributed by the lovable and bloated Weinstein brothers. Everyone knows that Quentin Tarantino has always had the best connections in Hollywood. For Tarantino to truly leave his mark in Hollywood, a film about the holocaust is mandatory. After all, Tarantino has always been a fan of tough World War II vet and Jewish pulp filmmaker Samuel Fuller. Tarantino has managed to steal many of Fuller’s signature pulp film making themes and techniques so he only owes it the director to make a holocaust film.

-Ty E


Anonymous said...

Wow, this is obviously "Pro Zionist" propaganda. Pathetic. Do they think that portraying the Nazi ghost every chance they can is going to stop people from realizing how evil and corrupt the Zionists are?

Anonymous said...

While I'm a sucker for QT movies, I get what your saying. I'm glad Sandler dropped out because I absolutely despite that guy. Like CHevy Chase, he's simply NOT funny.

I always wanted a movie about Rudolf Hoss. I'd like to see the holocaust from the Nazi perspective. I mean, I'm not a Nazi by any means but... Come on already, we've seen every other perspective so... why not? (Boy of Brazil/Marathon Man don't count)

Too bad that will never happen though... maybe as an indie film...