Netflix currently has in its catalog two feature films by Quentin Tarantino, but soon you will lose one of them. Specifically it will be ‘Damn bastards’ the film of yours that leaves the platform next 15 th of May. In case you are curious, the one that still remains in their catalog is ‘django unchained’.
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The good news in the case at hand is that his departure from Netflix does not mean his disappearance in streaming, since It is also available on Amazon Prime Video and Movistar +. In fact, in the latter it will remain at least until March 31, 2023, while in the former it is unknown how long it will be part of its catalog.
‘Inglourious Basterds’ also has the honor of being the film with which the Oscars returned to pay attention to Tarantino’s work. Brand new winner of the award for best original screenplay for ‘Pulp Fiction’ in 1995, he subsequently chained 15 years of absence in the awards given by the Hollywood Academy. Yes indeed, with ‘Inglourious Basterds’ he had to settle for a double nominationbeing with ‘Django unchained’ when he won his second statuette.
Another peculiarity of ‘Inglourious Basterds’ is that it is probably the Tarantino film that most divides its fans. Some adore her with a passion, but more than once I have heard her referred to as worst job of its director. I wouldn’t say that much, but this war fantasy is very irregular, giving us memorable scenes, but also with very marked dips in interest. All in all, it is worth seeing, which also gives us the unforgettable Hans Landa of Christopher Waltz.
I remind you that on May 15 it also leaves Netflix ‘The Valley of Vengeance’a remarkable and atypical western of Ti Westagain topical thanks to ‘X’. And if you don’t fancy either of them, we also have a review of The best Netflix movies so far this yearanother to the best comedies available on that platform and another to The best horror movies you can watch on Netflix.
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Netflix runs out of the Quentin Tarantino movie that most divides its fans: last chance to see this violent feast that discovered Christoph Waltz