View Poll Results: Your favourite Tarantino directed movie

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  • Reservoir Dogs

    3 13.64%
  • Pulp Fiction

    13 59.09%
  • Jackie Brown

    0 0%
  • Kill Bill - Vol 1

    3 13.64%
  • Kill Bill - Vol 2

    2 9.09%
  • Death Proof

    1 4.55%
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Thread: Quentin Tarantino - The man and his movies

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    Here's a funny short on cracking QT's films. (brazilian with subs)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Prabhu Ram
    Quite boring for me. I couldn't get interested in he heist, it going wrong, what happened to the colourful characters....when that is the case the gore sticks out like a sore thumb...or ear in this case.
    You don't have to. That's the point

    All heist movies in noir settings more or less follow this three part plot structure - a motley crew planning the heist, the actual heist and finally the comeuppance of the characters. What Tarantino does - and does beautifully - is to turn this plot structure on its head and instead present us with a simple narrative on human behaviour when their trust and honesty is stretched to the most demanding limits. And he does this by doing away with the dramatic elements. The heist sequence is obviously the pivotal and most dramatic element of any heist movie!! In an act of supreme bravery, Tarantino chops out the heist sequence out of the narrative and cleverly relies on just dialogues to keep the viewer hooked. Now even the dialogues are nothing if they don't get the Tarantino treatment. Look at the opening diner tip sequence, where the swirling camera adds to the heady effect or the surreality of Tim Roth's rehearsal of his police encounter story to know what I mean.

    Another reason RD works for me is because of the way Tarantino thrusts the brutality of violence on the viewer without even showing it. Most violence occurs off screen and still the potency and might of the characters' acts bursts out of the frame incessantly. In fact, the violence completes the virility of the all male group as I see it. Tarantino often compares the violence in his movies to moneyshot. If that's the case, RD is a porn fest!!
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    Started reading the supposed to be leked script of Inglorious bastards. It is heck interesting and i finished reading 17 pages in less than 10 minutes. I had to stop myself from reading further

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    Tarantino in Desperado

    He definitely knows how to tell a story!!!.

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    Revisited few scenes of kill bill 1

    The whole sequence of crazy 88

    Uma thurman travel via flight,licy liu travelling in the car with her people,the bride travelling in the yellow bike,the licy liu gang walking in to the club, and then the fight sequence!

    Three soundtracks in this sequence and the way the sequence is picturised and choreographed

    It gave me goosebumps and i dont remember any sequence in any film as entertaining as this whole sequence.
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    Green Hornet - the soundtrack that plays when she is the bike in the yellow suit. Just out of the world
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    Anime soundtrack is sublime, haunting and ironic for the circle of "revenge".

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    Yeah...I that is a beautiful piece.
    Another haunting one is the overarching piece: Lonely shepherd (comes first when Hattori Hanzo is making the sword), is also great. Flute and trumpet (?) playing the tune.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prabhu Ram
    Green Hornet - the soundtrack that plays when she is the bike in the yellow suit. Just out of the world
    absolutely
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