Inglourious Basterds (2009)
Quentin Tarrantino's foray into war movies is absurdist, exaggerated, and alternately hilarious and disgusting – so, basically, everything you would expect from Tarantino. In this film, a group of elite Allied soldiers join forces to carry out a secret mission to assassinate high-ranking Nazi officials. “Inglourious Basterds is like the continuation of either The Dirty Dozen or The Great Escape,” where it's almost all fantasy,” says Detweiler. "It’s sort of a dishonest version of a war movie, but man is it fun."