“Nein, Nein, Nein!”

Hats off to the ad agency guys who assembled this Inglourious Basterds trailer. It’s a very shrewd use of footage, cut together just so, that has actually boosted my recollection of how the film played when I saw it in Cannes. That’s impressive salesmanship.

15 thoughts on ““Nein, Nein, Nein!”

  1. BoshBarnetWonkyDonkey on said:

    It looks quite ace based on that trailer, but people might feel a bit miffed if the film itself is 90% chatting. Good salesmanship to get them in the cinema, but word of mouth will be more negative as they’ll feel cheated.

  2. I’ve lost all interest in this. I feel like I’m out of the target demographic. I wonder if this had anything to do with the Moneyball plug being pulled.

  3. This trailer has me ultra pumped for this film – gives a lot more insight than the last one. From what I hear the actual film is a little less Brad Pitt-centric, which is a good thing, but even so, this trailer looks awesome.

    I also thought it was great that the they used “Comin Home” by Murder By Death in the second part of this trailer. That song has such a cool Americana punk/Johnny Cash vibe that it really sets the mood for some good ol’ fashioned violence…really hope they feature it in the movie, too.

    Also, the extended version of this trailer can be seen at : http://displacedbrett.wordpress.com/2009/06/24/inglourious-basterds/

  4. I also thought it was great that the they used “Comin Home” by Murder By Death in the second part of this trailer. That song has such a cool Americana punk/Johnny Cash vibe that it really sets the mood for some good ol’ fashioned violence…really hope they feature it in the movie, too.

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  5. Awesome concept. I know a buddy of mine makes use of templates. This stuff is great for if you append rows to a grid or list.

    Also, it would probably be great for having some sort of “viewer”. You could have a list of documents, and use jQuery to get JSON data, then put the data into the template. Something like viewing invoices or other formatted docs.

    Just to be picky too, according to w3schools.com, the “value” tag is deprecated? But I guess it is still technically valid. I like to be “valid” when I can :)

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