The Inglorious Bastards was the alternate title for the Italian adventure yarn Counterfeit Commandos. The main characters are five soldiers facing court-martial in World War II France. The quintet consists of Bo Svenson, Fred Williamson, Peter Hooten, Michael Pergolami, and Jackie Basehart. The men escape, heading to the safety of the Swiss border; along the way, they pull off several random acts of above-and-beyond heroism. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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Very entertaining but goofy. Several of the characters are cool and even though you couldn't describe it as cohesive it still mostly makes sense. A lot of cheap fun.
Also it's even funnier how many of you ordered this by mistake expecting the Tarintino version :)
A really tired, old "spaghetti western" WWII theme drive-in second feature from the 70's. Everyone involved should be ashamed. Poor acting, horrible directing, cheesey special effects and a scipt that played out like a high school drama class outing make this one of the worst movies I've seen lately. I can't believe how many people thought the scene with naked German girls bathing in a stream redeemed this waste of time.