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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Quentin Tarantino, July 26, 2019) Movie

Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by OhTheWater, Nov 2, 2017.

  1. OhTheWater

    Let it run Supporter

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  2. suicidesaints

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    let's do this
     
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  3. Morrissey

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    It has been a rough couple of years since Inglourious Basterds, but before Inglourious Basterds I had started to write him off. Hopefully getting out of the Old West material will invigorate him creatively.
     
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  4. Anthony_

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    Can’t wait to see what he does next, his films are always an event. Going to be quite the bidding war over what studio gets to make this.
     
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  5. brandon_260

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    I still haven't seen the last one.
     
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  6. airik625

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    Imagine Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt together in a Tarantino film.
     
  7. domotime2

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    Literally no reason not to be stoked for this. The guys batting like .900...mr reliable
     
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  8. airik625

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    Yeah death proof is his only film I didn’t care too much for.
     
  9. suicidesaints

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    I like them all, personally.
     
  10. Morrissey

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    Django Unchained and The Hateful Eight are both too long and focus too much on Tarantino's worst impulses. Reservoir Dogs is okay but is just Tarantino practicing for what would come later. Death Proof is actually better when you strip it away from the Grindhouse project.
     
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  11. airik625

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    I loved django unchained. One of my favorite QT films for sure.
     
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  12. OhTheWater

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    I'm very happy he's out of his Western phase
     
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  13. Full Effect Ed

    ...In F*cking Full Effect Prestigious

    Hateful Eight was my favorite film of 2015. I saw the 70mm presentation twice in the theater. I’m all in.
     
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  14. I love Django and Hateful. I can't wait to see what he does next.
     
  15. iCarly Rae Jepsen

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    Hateful Eight benefited from my favorite theater moment, when Channing Tatum showed up a woman excitedly yelled " it's Channing"
     
  16. tucah

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    Django and H8 are low on my list for Tarantino but I'm still very excited to see what he comes up with next.
     
  17. Morrissey

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    The Hateful Eight isn't terrible, but it feels like Tarantino was directing a screenplay he didn't write. There are too many characters and he has no idea what to do with them for large parts of the film.
     
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  18. Turkeylegz

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    I need to rewatch H8. I loved it but only watched it once. Is there any indication which way this movies heading storywise?
     
  19. Morrissey

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    Also, the long story that Samuel L. Jackson tells about the general's son is gratuitous and another of seemingly endless examples of Tarantino going across the line on race.
     
  20. OhTheWater

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    Yeah, the climax of H8 is that speech and it completely falls flat
     
  21. Yasqueen4

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    Should I give this actor a chance?
     
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  22. suicidesaints

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    I don't disagree with that criticism, but his films are just so enjoyable to me that I let most of that stuff slide. Sure his films have flaws, but they're usually pretty fun to watch.
     
  23. I Am Mick

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    I am so curious how he's going to tackle this. I always wanted someone like Fincher to do a Helter Skelter adaptation, but I'm sure Tarentino will make this pretty interesting. I'm just glad it's not a western. I didn't hate Django or H8 but they're lower on my list. I wonder who will play Manson, if he even appears (could totally see Tarantino not even showing him, just focusing on the women followers)
     
  24. OhTheWater

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    The Bret Easton Ellis/Rob Zombie Manson film wouldve been amazing
     
  25. iCarly Rae Jepsen

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    he might just be playing coy, and I still can't believe him and Sofia Coppola are friends and briefly dated
     
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