I'm feeling downright giddy. This might top Black Book in terms of awesome World War Two movies.
This has to be the most disturbing thing I've ever seen. I doubt anything like this happened in WWII, and I know this isn't the way we fight wars today.I also know this bubbles under our surface, held in check only because we don't really feel threatened, haven't really been hurt. But the day rockets start landing in American playgrounds, mothers and fathers will toss aside their loving Jesus in exchange for a bloody-handed Kali and woe to the world.But yeah, I'll be seeing this flick. You even had to ask? ;)
Ditto that trollsmyth.
Other than the title and WWII France, does that have anything to do with the original? Tarantino is on the DVD of the original worshipping the director of the original, guess he just really liked the title. This seems kind of like a WWII Saw or the Hostel.