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!lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 06:45:25 EST jRjEOvBm No.408991
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Quentin Tarantino's 9th film is finally out. Not surprised by the acclaim so far but I'm interested to see the film's take on the end of Hollywood's Golden Age.
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John Redcorn - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 09:23:47 EST y/nAxKSI No.408998 Reply
not gonna watch another one after hateful 8 sucked so bad.
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Nathan Explosion - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 09:53:25 EST u+SQmS1M No.408999 Reply
>interested to see the film's take on the end of Hollywood's Golden Age.

Me too, I just wish it wasn't told by a egomaniac who reminds me of every creepy uncle ever.
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Tabitha St. Germain - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 10:19:39 EST 0ykqvyYF No.409001 Reply
I wonder if there will be any digs at Wienstein in it.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 12:52:29 EST jRjEOvBm No.409003 Reply
>>408999
Quentin's a film buff and has referenced Golden Age Hollywood in his previous films so I imagine it'll be a faithful albeit alternative take on the era.
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Death the Kid - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 02:11:53 EST eJE0Q4nR No.409059 Reply
Have you guys tried to watch any of his movies as an adult and not drunk?

The characters are fucking terrible
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Nathan Barley - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 02:30:18 EST IRouCY8c No.409061 Reply
Hope you guys like dirty ass feet. Oh and gross, yellow, calloused feet, and feet in general

Look Quentin Im not gonna kink shame you but you gotta be more subtle about your foot fetish man.
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Leela - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 18:46:22 EST czenFRXn No.409077 Reply
>>408991
I can't take his cult of personality or his general aire of "I'm a fuckin badass and don't need to say it like Michael from GTA:V" that suffocates all his films.

It is like the 50 year old man who "reads" a Hustler magazine in public while twirling his gold chain he got from a pawn shop and telling any kids that stare at him, "Scamper off sport, This is man stuff." Ugh, I bet Tarantino would eat at Hooters regularly if he wasn't a rich kid.
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Jorah Mormont - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 23:29:04 EST u1KKG0qM No.409085 Reply
Such a huge movie in terms of stars but movies have kind of gone to the smaller interests of kids. And the budget looks small $96 million, not like it used to be in Pulp Fiction times. Everyone has so much more streaming T.V. I can't wait to see it on my T.V.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 29 Jul 2019 00:13:24 EST RBdu29nx No.409086 Reply
>>409085
It's Quentin's 2nd more expensive produced film (Django Unchained was $100 million) but the film's budget was one of his demands that he asked for besides having final cut, lots of creative control, and the rights of the film reverting back to him after 10-20 years. Sony basically complied with all his demands except for him getting 25% of first-dollar gross but he's come a long way since making small budget films with Miramax and has become such a huge influential director with lots of leverage that few directors like Spielberg or Cameron have.
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Donald Draper - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 09:59:13 EST SkvT2fIW No.409111 Reply
I wonder if Shannon Lee even saw the film, because her understanding of the Bruce Lee scene with Brad Pitt is way off.

https://www.theguardian.com/film/2019/jul/30/bruce-lee-daughter-father-portrayal-quentin-tarantino-film-once-upon-a-time-in-hollywood

Anyway, this was his best film since Kill Bill vol 1 (coming from someone whose favorites are reservoir dogs and Jackie Brown). It's a mix of Jackie Brown and Kill Bill in some ways (heavier on the Jackie Brown though).
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Dante Hicks - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 10:15:58 EST ZCrJvQKp No.409114 Reply
>>408991
For some reason, I decided to do a bunch of meth for the first time as I was walking into the theater.

Bought a bag of tweak off the street, railed a couple fat boys, and went to town.

I sat in Toy Story 4 for 20 minutes wondering why it was such a long trailer. Luckily I made it in to Once Upon a Time as it was starting.

Thought it was the greatest thing I had ever seen. Probably wasn't, but the powerful euphoria led me there.
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Astro Boy - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 10:22:34 EST oa2mmJAW No.409115 Reply
>>409114
I enjoyed this tale more than I expect to enjoy either film.
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Dirk Hardpec - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 18:16:03 EST ZlVpKxLJ No.409145 Reply
good, now that this shit's outta the way he can get to saving star trek movies.
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Sharon Esther Spitz - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 18:20:27 EST 8j0CrmPV No.409146 Reply
>>409145
he's not going to

he's not even a trek fan, he's just going to make a tarantino action film in space and it will be called trek
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Dirk Hardpec - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 18:36:58 EST ZlVpKxLJ No.409149 Reply
>>409148
he had some ideas for a star trek movie and expressed interest in directing one. the guy who wrote the revenant made the ideas into a script.

>>409146
you deserve neither star trek nor quentin tarantino, philistine.
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Jim Moriarty - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 19:27:16 EST gVFiet/2 No.409151 Reply
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>>409145
I can't wait for that, it's going to absolutely batshit insane.
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Charlie Chaplin - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 21:15:20 EST zp6BetKs No.409154 Reply
>>409151
people seem convinced that a tarantino directed trek would be unduly violent/profane/off-the-wall while i'm the exact opposite. he'd be the best thing to happen to the brand in a generation. he hates the very idea of a kelvin-verse, is immune to studio tampering, likes smart dialogue, prefers practical sets and effects, and brings a master craftsman's care to anything that hearkens back to a genre or specific work that impacted him. i know he's no johnathan frakes, but this tarantino kid can make a movie.
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Ridley Scott - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 21:39:39 EST E5p0/xCR No.409155 Reply
>>409111
Yeah, that seriously bugged me. It's not a difficult scene to understan, yet she's so off base
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Andrei Tarkovsky - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 01:26:47 EST gVFiet/2 No.409158 Reply
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>>409154
> this tarantino kid can make a movie.

No arguing that.

> people seem convinced that a tarantino directed trek would be unduly violent/profane/off-the-wall while i'm the exact opposite.

Well, the first episode of the original series was about someone being trapped in a prison of pure thought and escaping through extreme mental rage. Tarantino could do some really interesting stuff here.

Anyhow, I'm sure we will get some amazing characters, great dialog, practical visuals and an interesting plot with some serious right-angle bends in it.
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Jean-Luc Godard - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 15:33:21 EST 5aFPCT6p No.409311 Reply
>>408998
I'm right there with you. Didn't care for Django either so if I end up not liking OUATIH that's three strikes, you're out. I don't wanna give up on Tarantino just yet.
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Bloodyface - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 17:31:21 EST Jfn8zpUn No.409313 Reply
>>409311
>that's three strikes, you're out.
>I don't wanna give up on Tarantino just yet.

what kind of simpleton shit is this?
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H.E.L.P.eR. - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 18:45:30 EST LZEiotR2 No.409314 Reply
>>409313
There's a lot of movies out there. You gotta be selective with your money
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Peri - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:44:57 EST E5p0/xCR No.409318 Reply
>>409314
>There's a lot of movies out there
That are worth paying money to see? No, not really.
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Beetlejuice - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 09:04:10 EST LblVs4/c No.409325 Reply
Everyone is entitled to their own opinions and tastes, but it's funny how you can just TELL certain people ITT are just blindly hating on the film and Tarantino because his films are pretty much universally acclaimed by critics and pretty damn highly acclaimed by audiences across the board, and they need to be the contrarian.

I know how people are gonna react to this, but I stand by it. Ive been here since 2011 and am lurking now after a long hiatus, for some reason this site has always attracted droves of contrarian douchebags who are so eager to tell you about how that awesome thing that's popular and highly acclaimed actually sucks and it's creator who is known for pumping out a lot of highly acclaimed shit is actually just a worthless hack. Of course, their critiques are usually about as shallow as they come lol.

Anyway, looking forward to what is sure to be yet another fun Tarantino romp. Weirdly, I get the sense that I'll very much enjoy the film, but will consider it to be the least good of his 9 films so far. Something about the story and setting and premise. Looks great and looks fun, but just doesnt look like it will have that thrilling POP of Reservoir Dogs or Pulp Fiction or Jackie Brown or From Dusk TIl Dawn or Inglourious Basterds or Django Unchained or H8ful 8. And there is concern that he may have made a huge faux-pas and made Bruce Lee out to be a fuckin chump in the film...

I still cant wait, tho
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Gillian Anderson - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 04:16:35 EST /irnYIXE No.409341 Reply
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>>409325
I just can't get behind QT movies because of his foot fetish.. and now he's pushing it in his movies.

Foot fetish propaganda, I'm not having it.
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Krusty the Clown - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 04:42:22 EST +Lb33GKN No.409342 Reply
>>409341
>now he's pushing it in his movies
>NOW
Dude he's been doing it since day one the fuck are you talking about
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Ingrid Bergman - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 07:47:32 EST oa2mmJAW No.409343 Reply
Tino's good at what he does but i'm not a fan of it
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Eric Wareheim - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 01:49:36 EST lKbNrfy5 No.409353 Reply
This was pretty great. Probably on the mid-tier of his films, but even a mid-tier Tarantino flick is still better than most other movies. The climax is glorious, and Brad Pitt was excellent.

The Lee scene felt a little disrespectful, but Tarantino is a huge admirer of his, so I don't think there was any malice intended. The true story that the scene is based on is far more interesting, and even less flattering to Lee, so Tarantino probably did him a favor by toning it down.
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R2-D2 - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 14:05:34 EST iSERN8Gk No.409357 Reply
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>>409353
>The true story that the scene is based on is far more interesting
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Mae Whitman - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 15:22:47 EST E5p0/xCR No.409360 Reply
>>409353
>The Lee scene felt a little disrespectful

The lee scene is a fantasy imagined by Brad Pitt's character. Weird how many people missed that
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Joanne Kelly - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 22:53:48 EST lKbNrfy5 No.409366 Reply
>>409357
https://www.ozy.com/true-story/debunking-quentin-tarantinos-mockery-of-bruce-lee/95956

tl;dr the scene is based on a sparring match between Lee and stuntman/martial arts legend in his own right, “Judo” Gene LeBell.

>LeBell says when he got to the set, Dobbins told him to put Lee “in a headlock or something.” So LeBell went up and grabbed Lee. “He started making all those noises that he became famous for,” LeBell said, “but he didn’t try to counter me, so I think he was more surprised than anything else.” Then LeBell lifted Lee onto his back in what’s called a fireman’s carry and ran around the set with him. “Put me down or I’ll kill you!” Lee screamed. “I can’t put you down or you’ll kill me,” LeBell said, holding Lee there as long as he dared before putting him down, saying, “Hey, Bruce, don’t kill me. Just kidding, champ.” Back on his feet again, Lee didn’t kill LeBell. Instead, Lee recognized that the lack of grappling was a deficiency in the Jeet Kune Do style of martial arts he was developing. So Lee trained with LeBell for a little over a year with LeBell showing Lee armbars, leg locks and takedowns, and Lee schooling LeBell in kung fu kicks.

>>409360
I was under the impression that the scene was framed as a flashback, not a fantasy. If it was a fantasy I don't think it would've started with Booth fantasizing about getting kicked on his ass at first.
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Andy Wachowski - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 10:57:14 EST n+iDhdY4 No.409377 Reply
>>409368
How the fuck did you think Jack Kirby died then? Stan fucking tore him apart like a rotisserie chicken.
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Gene Hackman - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 11:31:39 EST Fjosvgiv No.409378 Reply
>>408991
heard the movie portrays the boys as heroes by saving hollywood from the manson slutz and killing them for the greater good aka feminists laughed at the directing because it doesnt include Sharon T.’s murder or paint the men as evil and shit


this the case or what?

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 15-08-2019 11:48:54
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Jean-Baptiste Emanual Zorg - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 12:33:06 EST x7Mc3Mwx No.409380 Reply
>>409378
Even if there were some outrage, which I don't think actually exists since this is the only time I've heard of anything like that, "Who the fuck cares?" is my first thought.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 00:11:54 EST RBdu29nx No.409668 Reply
Finally saw it today. I felt like the film started out pretty slow at first but it did eventually build up till the end, which was pretty awesome with Clint, Rick and Brandy killing Tex, Sadie and Katie especially Brandy mauling Sadie and then Rick killing her with the flamethrower. Vintage Tarantino violence there but I can dig the rewriting history ending like Inglorious Basterds did. Tarantino really captured the whole 1960s Hollywood vibe and television Westerns well.

>>409353
I didn't really find it disrespectful as much as it was just a fictionalized braggadocios caricature of him, which was pretty funny, but I can understand why Shannon Lee wasn't too happy with it. The fight scene between him and Clint was actually one of my favorite scenes though.
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Ignignokt - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 09:52:30 EST iQhN3WLg No.409687 Reply
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Film was a fantastic period piece that brought the 60's to life with great sets, stories and character acting, until that retarded fucking ending, where the Manson murders were made into an unfunny slapstick comedy gag. I found it to be incredibly disrespectful to the real life horrendous tragedy, and left the theater incredibly soured to the rest of the movie, which was fairly good, just not great. It's not worse than Death Proof or Kill Bill 1, but it's close. Come on Quentin.
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David Liebe Hart - Fri, 30 Aug 2019 05:08:00 EST 2dWpRwpN No.409710 Reply
>>409001
not that I noticed. More digs about the fallout he got between Django Unchained and the Colorodo theater shooting, then again it was historically accurate for the characters to act that way.

>>409111
generally bruce came of as a egotist, but then again all /fit/ guys are really like this despite how people romantizcie bruce. And that no one is commenting about bruce teaching Sharron moves shows how salty they are.

>>409668
so slow my parents walked out of the theater during the western bit. But I think my mom was uncomfortable about they boat scene.
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William Bell - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 16:16:07 EST y3AyxsA2 No.409988 Reply
>>409356

foot fethish dialog in Pulp Fiction

Uma Thurmans toe wigglining foot close up in Kill Bill

Death Proof theres a big where kurt russel is looking at the feet of the chick in the yellow cheerleader outfit

theres more
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Morgan Freeman - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 16:27:56 EST zNWYaT9u No.409989 Reply
>>409988

Bridget Von Hammersmark shoe fitting, "if the shoe fits you must wear it", "looks like the shoe's on the other foot"
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Beldar Conehead - Mon, 16 Sep 2019 13:26:52 EST i0rC9me4 No.410115 Reply
I just incidentally watched about 80% of Django Unchained during a layover.

Is half of Tarantino's movies just an excuse to hang out with the same 10 people and say the word jolly african-american a lot? Because it feels like an excuse to hang out with the same 10 people and say the word jolly african-american a lot.

The movie was boring as fuck too.
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Sam Raimi - Mon, 16 Sep 2019 20:05:59 EST 9Oh2a4gN No.410123 Reply
>>410122
Idk I've tried to get through hateful right twice now and I just end up getting really drunk because I'm so bored
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Tyler Durden - Mon, 16 Sep 2019 20:19:06 EST x7Mc3Mwx No.410124 Reply
>>410122
Your opinion is an idiot. Not saying it was amazing but he's clearly done worse.
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Sam Raimi - Mon, 16 Sep 2019 21:45:40 EST 9Oh2a4gN No.410125 Reply
>>410123
Hateful Eight I mean. Also what the fuck why is there an extended version now.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 10:15:22 EST RBdu29nx No.410139 Reply
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>>410115
>Because it feels like an excuse to hang out with the same 10 people and say the word jolly african-american a lot.

Although it did give us dead jolly african-american storage

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 17-09-2019 10:16:27
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Ryan Atwood - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 11:03:31 EST udEHKSz9 No.410141 Reply
I haven't seen OUTIH yet, but personally I'd rank Tarantino's movies from least favorite to most favorite as:
Death Proof
Inglourious Basterds
Django Unchained
Kill Bill: Vol. 1
Reservoir Dogs
The Hateful Eight
Kill Bill: Vol. 2
Jackie Brown
Pulp Fiction

>>410130
Death Proof. I love Kurt Russell and all, but that shit was a 15 minute idea stretched into a feature length film. It wasn't even good for Tarantino dialog scenes.
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Franklin Bluth - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 16:25:38 EST Wi0nQ/Tk No.410143 Reply
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>>410141
>not listing one of the top 3.
stay casual.

  1. Reservoir dogs
  2. Pulp Fiction
  3. TRUE ROMANCE
  4. Hateful 8
  5. Inglorious
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Xena - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 16:46:28 EST E5p0/xCR No.410144 Reply
>>410141
had a hunch you'd say that and I very much disagree. Death proof was fantastic and highly underrated, you're nuts. It's a Tarantino take on the whole shlocky death murder car subgenre on exploitation films that ends up being arguably the best film of that kind.

I'm guessing you don't like movies like Duel, Joy Ride or Breakdown?

>>410143
true romance isn't a Tarantino film. Unless you want to start including movies where he only wrote the screenplay. In which case I preferred From dusk til dawn personally. Though I'm the only person I know who saw that movie completely blind so the twist caught me 100% off guard. Might explain why I seem to like it more than everyone I've talked to about it
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Franklin Bluth - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 19:00:09 EST Wi0nQ/Tk No.410147 Reply
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>>410144
>isn't a Tarantino film
>he only wrote the screenplay
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Marvin the Martian - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 19:20:02 EST 2Pea6cxF No.410150 Reply
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>no mention of Tarantino's segment in Four Rooms

plebs
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Kari Wuhrer - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 15:40:58 EST zNWYaT9u No.410169 Reply
>>410143

reservoir dogs is so fucking dumb and overrated. "wow everyone bleeding and screaming such good movie"
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Garrett Hedlund - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 18:55:49 EST Wi0nQ/Tk No.410171 Reply
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>>410169
It has a primitive amateurish feel to it. And the mechanics of the final shooting scene literally don't make sense.
But mood, feel, music and characters are great.
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Ellen Barkin - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 16:56:01 EST zNWYaT9u No.410210 Reply
>>410206

the film had zero tension or suspense. it was just gratuitous violence for the sake of edginess.
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Stephen King - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 17:02:56 EST 9Oh2a4gN No.410212 Reply
>>410210
>it was just gratuitous violence for the sake of edginess
That is his modus operandi, why would this movie chap your hide?
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Ellen Barkin - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 17:54:36 EST zNWYaT9u No.410214 Reply
>>410212

in almost all of his other films it serves a purpose, there is some emotive connection to the violence. reservoir dogs you don't give a shit about any of the characters and it just ends with a bunch of uninteresting dudes screaming and bleeding
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Buff Drinklots - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 18:35:59 EST sjCcFTJm No.410215 Reply
>>410210
>zero tension or suspense
Someone's a narc and going to die for it. The cops are coming and the money is missing or being hidden. Someone is bleeding to death.

That's two mysteries and two burning fuses. There's plenty of tension in the movie.
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Jon Snow - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 14:05:55 EST jXvX9+gw No.410278 Reply
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>>410214
This may be the edgiest opinion I've read in a long time. Not a die hard fan of that movie but it's a stretch saying character development etc just isn't there. I mean compared to boondock saints, which everybody loves, it's a god damn masterpiece


People canned this movie pretty hard. This girl said her friends walked out when I said I was going to see it woo woo woo yada yada. Saw it with an old film buff friend of mine without watching the previews or knowing anything about it. We both thought it was great. The best movie I'd seen in a long time. I think it's just cool to shit on these movies at this point. My friend said the film has some spooky quotes from interviews in one of the Manson documentaries out there
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Kazaam - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 21:35:59 EST I9XtkShq No.410285 Reply
>>410214
>and it just ends with a bunch of uninteresting dudes screaming and bleeding
>ends with
uhhh lol

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