GiantsFan14 wrote:Basterds was boring as all hell.
Boring in that a few scenes drag a bit too long due to the dialogue, although I find that to be a minor criticism. There's not a wasted line in the most pivotal scenes.
I haven't seen Django a second time yet, but I'd say Basterds gets better on repeat viewing. Basterds is sort of on a par with Pulp Fiction, in that they're both laden in subtext, which makes repeat viewings easier to appreciate the film. IMO, Basterds had better dialogue, acting, characters, and pacing. Django is probably more enjoyable, but that doesn't make it better.