Just saw it this evening. It is opening week in Australia so I expected the cinema to be crowded but it wasn't.
Well there were some very violent scenes in this movie. Long quiet parts punctuated by extreme violence - supposedly that's what war is like.
Surprisingly the two most grossed out people I saw were teenage boys row in front of me. The woman to my left was a little freaked but was keeping quiet about it. Maybe that means she was more freaked out.
Biggest laugh in the theatre was Lt. Raine speaking Italian with a thick American accent to the SS guy. People didn't really cheer when Hitler was getting shot, I think they were just confused at that point about the alternative history aspect of it. Though I'm sure there were a number of people who had heard about it beforehand.
Well there was no attempt in this movie to be politically correct and say Germans aren't Nazis and Nazis aren't Germans. The Nazis in this movie were very German, discussing philosophy and playing parlour games.
I liked the way Shosanna's face was projected on the smoke at the end.
I don't understand how everyone died so quickly in the bar, surely there would have been more survivors/wounded.
Drinking warm milk… ugh.