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Film The Hateful Eight

Started by Alex January 13th, 2016 8:49 AM
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what will it be next?

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Any Tarantino fans out there? You may know him from works such as Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, or Django Unchained. I just saw The Hateful Eight yesterday, in 70mm. It looked amazing. The soundtrack was great. The acting and dialogue was impeccable. And, of course, it was gruesome in the most forgivable way. I really enjoyed Tarantino's latest film. And for a three-hour flick, it didn't feel like it. There was even an intermission!

Anyone else?


foggy notion

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Posted April 17th, 2017
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seeing it this weekend. I've seen all of his films except for Jackie Brown, which I need to see, and consider myself a Moderate fan of his newer stuff with Pulp Fiction as his crowning achievement in my mind. I'm excited for this, but I'm pretty sure I'll either hate it or love it. Guess We'll See. I'll post here when I've seen it.
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Seen January 5th, 2017
Posted January 5th, 2017
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The director Tarantino who is also a writer for the movie describes a mindful throwback to classic westerns back to 1950s that discloses with a real proposal , a small card overcomes the screen with hidden marks of Ennio Morricone. It is abandoning however somehow cozy, catching viewers to bow to a leisured experience that is relaxing as about the story. The strength of Morricone’s creation is specifically useful; his music seems cunning in the beginning and then becomes a need.
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Seen April 24th, 2019
Posted January 1st, 2019
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I'm actually not a huge fan of Tarantino's work. I appreciate his films and a lot of them are unlike any other that I've seen but I just don't like some them. I'm one of those people that actually didn't really like Pulp Fiction, however I really did like Reservoir Dogs. I thought of seeing The Hateful Eight last Tuesday but it didn't seem super appealing to me and seemed...overrated. Who knows, maybe I'm completely wrong and you guys will change my mind. xp
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