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The Promised Land
I do not forgive, I do not forget.
04:59 PM on 11/15/2012
Tarantino makes Charles Krauthammer look like Pierce Brosnan.
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05:50 PM on 11/15/2012
Ouch - and funny, too
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Tom Weidermeijer
If you're easily offended... try to laugh more : )
05:54 PM on 11/15/2012
My mind tells me to say your post in Dave Chapelle's voice.
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flashfyre
Honore de Balzac
04:59 PM on 11/15/2012
The musical choices in KB 1&2 are astounding, the visuals and dialogue in practically everything else are a joy to observe.

After the debacle called Prometheus, he has a point -- that movie should never have been made.
06:21 PM on 11/15/2012
Yeah, some of the worst plots holes, especially for a sci-fi flick.
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BDAD
realistic idealist
04:58 PM on 11/15/2012
Forgive me but I have never been a big fan of the martial arts movies. Just never rang my bell. So as a result I never cared much for the Kill Bill movies. Sure, there are parts that are irresistible but as a whole, just never cared for them. Now, Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are kinda like Monty Python movies in that I like to quote them all the time. Love them. I hope he does not retire and continues to make movies until he is incapable of doing so. Just hope he does stuff I like.

Honorable mention to Jackie Brown.
06:22 PM on 11/15/2012
"Do they speak English in What?!"
04:58 PM on 11/15/2012
Wow, I love his movies but I always have such a distaste for him after reading or seeing interviews with him. His ego is so inflated. I am very much looking forward to seeing Django, but I should really know better than to click on any interview where I have to be exposed to that huge ego.
04:57 PM on 11/15/2012
Please do, Tarantino. You've been on a downward spiral for some time now.
WishfulThinkingRulesAll
Your micro-bio is empty
08:18 AM on 11/16/2012
Just like your momma
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EspritDeVoltaire
K Street PR firm board member
04:46 PM on 11/15/2012
I thought that he had already spun past that point years ago. Who else could have used Brad Pitt in such an abusive way?
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dkrypt
Unencumbered by political correctness
04:34 PM on 11/15/2012
Perhaps he's bs'ing in order to drum up fake "don't retire quentin" pleas from his fans and drive up demand for more films, or perhaps he's more well aware of how many good films he has in him than anyone else is.
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kalital
04:29 PM on 11/15/2012
His talent retired years ago.
04:27 PM on 11/15/2012
Love QT, but is he really implying that Scorsese, Eastwood, Spielberg, and other elderly film-makers are making worse movies now than ever? The Departed, Gran Torino, and Spielbergs recent works have all been pretty awesome, and by no means does old age hold back the creative juices. From what I've heard, older more experienced directors are more confident in the process, allow their actors more freedom and create better films as a result.
04:41 PM on 11/15/2012
I dont think hes talking about the current generation of older directors. I think he means directors from the 30s and 40s like George Cukor, Billy Wilder, William Wellman, Raoul Walsh, King Vidor, people like that.
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Tom Weidermeijer
If you're easily offended... try to laugh more : )
05:54 PM on 11/15/2012
George Lucas on the other hand...
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Lorraine Roe
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04:22 PM on 11/15/2012
No he won't. Ok everyone can move along now. Nothing I look at here.
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Wheelo
A man a plan a canal Panama
04:17 PM on 11/15/2012
QT we won't miss you at all. You think you're an Otto Preminger, but you're not even a Sam Peckinpah. IMHO he's one of the most overrated directors ever. Seven movies and you think you have a place in the pantheon of directors? Go back to film school man.
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PeeWeesHerman
I know you are, but what am I ?
04:13 PM on 11/15/2012
Tarantino is very overrated and his self-indulgent , ponderous dialogue gets tedious fast.....
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04:11 PM on 11/15/2012
Hitchcock, Frenzy, age 72;
Altman, Gosford Park, Age 76;
Kurosawa, Ran, Age 75;
Huston, The Dead, Age 81

But of course none of these would have been able to give voice to a thought such as: "I'm all about my filmography", or to imagine that "stopping at 10" constitutes an "artistic statement". For that we need QT...
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Demitasse
Ars longa, vita brevis
04:08 PM on 11/15/2012
Imo Jackie Brown's as good as Pulp Fiction, and QT could extend his career adapting if he ever wanted to. I don't like all his films but I'll always will be a fan because I like movies.
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Lulo
04:13 PM on 11/15/2012
Jackie Brown is THE best of his movies hands down...probably more traditional in sturcture, but freaking genius. THAT would be the one film I would tell all film students to use as an example. Granted, that was big budget, but the story could have been done with little money by any student today.
04:06 PM on 11/15/2012
I hope so!

I'm just sayin...