[quote=“jonitapani”] [quote=“Lt. BioBasterd”]exactly and the film is like a piece of American propaganda but in a very good and fun way. The Warner Brothers released pictures of that sort in the early to mid 1940s and this film has the same integrity and feel behind it. I see it that way, and that last scene where Landa gets marked and then that military soundtrack plays and you can’t help but to cheer, a lot of WW II veterans were laughing with great joy and applauding, I’ll never forget that.[/quote]
Even though Landa is a villian, a “bad man”, you gotta love him 'cause he is so carismatic and genious character. I didn’t find Landa’s marking very funny or joyful, though he had it coming. The most of the Basterds on the other hand are kinda stupid but still very funny and loveable. Both, the Germans and the Americans, can be loved and hated in the film. They are all just people, it doesn’t matter which side they are on. Even though, it’s easier to hate a Nazi and cheer for Americans. But I, myself, didn’t find the Bear Jew scene so nice. Ok, I love the way it’s written, I love the scene, but I don’t really like the Bear Jew 'cause his yelling kinda destroys the mood that music makes before killing the Nazi. But I think it’s intentional.[/quote]
Well you just have to remind yourself that these people killed 1/3 of the Jewish poulation by starving them and torturing them…just horrid things. The Nazis were monsters and they had to be stopped in any way. Basterds were fighting fire with fire.