Once upon a time in Hollywood - The 9th Tarantino Film [Out July 26 US / August 14 UK]

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    horsechoker Sailor vee, this is a right off.

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    Not enough violence, it will be pass from me unless Sam Jackson is slaughtering a motherfecker with an AK
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    ivaldo Mediocre Horse Whisperer, s'up wid chew?

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    Anything with Di Caprio in is likely to be good.
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    Have you seen Inception though? Or Shutter Island or the Departed? Never get those hours back.
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    Andy_Cole Full Member

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    Three great films!
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    SirAF Ageist

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    What? Those were all good!
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    Twins Full Member

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    Yeah those were all shit.
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    Hoof The Ball Full Member

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    edgy :lol:
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    Himannv Full Member

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    Liked them all :lol:
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    DouLou Been caught pooping

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    As much as you might not like them you could have made your point better than name 3 critically acclaimed and highly rated films surely!
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    Keefy18 Full Member

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    Watched the trailer and I've no idea what its about :lol:
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    Everything Tarantino does is highly rated and critically acclaimed, guy's still dogshit without Robert Rodriguez.
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    Rooney in Paris Gerrard shirt..Anfield? You'll Never Live it Down Scout

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    Have been looking forward to this for ages. Trailer is shit. Give me lots of Manson and I'll be happy.
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    It's true though. :confused:
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    Fingeredmouse Full Member

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    So, to be clear, you think the best films Tarantino has been involved in are Machete, Desperado, Grindhouse/Planet Terror/Deathproof, Four Rooms, From Dusk till Dawn, Sin City and Kill Bill Vol II (or the shit Kill Bill as it is better known)?
    These are better than, say, Reservoir Dogs or Pulp Fiction?
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    VP89 Pogba's biggest fan

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    Trailer didn't look very interesting.
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    Well let's take Kill Bill out of the equation, because that's another 6h of life that nobody is getting back. But yes, all of those are entertaining films. And Tarantino even dies in a much deserved tortuous manner in From Dusk til Dawn which is great. Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are boring, wanky, contrived, derivative skid marks on the Y-fronts of cinema. Though they're nowhere near as bad as all the dogshit films you didn't mention like Hateful 8, Inglorious etc.
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    Bill.s.preston Fluffybunnykins - needs to bulk up (with cake!)

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    Deathproof is his only shit film in my opinion. That was a struggle to get through, although I haven't seen the shorter version in Grindhouse.
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    Mate, you are seriously in the wrong thread if that's your view... Pulp Fiction is an incredible movie!
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    A Tarantino film about Charles Manson has the potential to be absolutely hideous if he gives in to his worst, cartoonishly violent impulses.

    A Tarantino film about Hollywood that just happens to feature Manson would be a lot more interesting as far as I'm concerned, especially if he manages to avoid some/any of his usual tropes.
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    Fair enough, although, whilst I cannot agree, the thought of a contrived, wanky and derivative skid mark, which will torment me for days, is a gift you have given to me.
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    The end goal of this movie, quite frankly, is to turn the Manson "family" slaughter of Sharon Tate and a few others into a slaughter numbering the 20's or 30's instead, in true Tarantino fashion, of course.
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    Hoof The Ball Full Member

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    I get the impression that it's very much in vogue to retrospectively critique otherwise well-regarded movies in this fashion. In a way, it's almost counter-hipster-ish.
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    MaxiPaxi likes to shove his mum's boiled eggs up his rectum

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    amolbhatia50k Sneaky bum time

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    Rather self indulgent - 9TH FILM BY TARANTINO. Feck of Tanantino.
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    Ian Reus Ended 14 years of Grand National sweepstakes

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    Something to look forward to.
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    I watched pulp fiction in 2002 and didn't get it then. I don't see how thinking Tarantino is a boring, self indulgent wanker is hipster, it's just an opinion.
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    Really looking forward to this.

    I rewachted it couple of weeks ago. It's still one of my favorite movies ever.
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    Ian Reus Ended 14 years of Grand National sweepstakes

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    It was ahead of its time for film editing.
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    Rooney in Paris Gerrard shirt..Anfield? You'll Never Live it Down Scout

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    What is there "to get"?
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    Solius Bearded Scholes admirer Staff

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    Watched the trailer and though it looks good I don’t really know what it’s about and it doesn’t really seem like a Tarantino film.

    Then again I’m always complaining that trailers basically show the whole movie so maybe it’s on purpose. People will go see the film just because it’s Tarantino.
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    Man, you are taking mad shit
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    You cant go wrong with that lineup and Tarantino. Cant wait
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    Kill Bill is how Anime films should be made.
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    Have you not seen a Tarantino flick before ?
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    Well said.
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    It's no Donnie Darko
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    Why anyone would bother?
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    :lol: that's got to be a Partridge quote.