This is a pretty poor analysis of the film but I guess I can get behind most of it. But this:
ayall wrote: Pitt seemed to use the same accent as he did in Inglorious Bastards, and many times (oddly) reminded me of that character.
was just wrong. 100% wrong and flat out untrue.
that's just, like, your opinion man...
...anyway, it's not wrong.
The Characters are obviously different, don't misunderstand my point.
Anyone with any sort of skill at measuring actors talents and roles variation will agree that the accent, the tone and basic delivery expression used in this film(at times) by Pitt can easily be correlated to his character portrayal in Inglorious Bastards.
There is a specific scene I can us as a good example to my point; that's the one where Pitt is talking to the character "justice" at the batting cage. (about 80 minutes into the film)