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Once upon a time in Hollywood - The 9th Tarantino Film

Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by horsechoker, Mar 21, 2019.

  1. Mar 21, 2019
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    diarm Full Member

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    Anyone reckon he has two sheds because he's not allowed spend time in the house?
  2. Mar 21, 2019
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    VeevaVee despite the protests, wears Ugg boots

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    There must be violence in it. It's not Tarantino otherwise
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    Ian Reus Ended 14 years of Grand National sweepstakes

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    When 2 sheds goes to war...¶
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    Mr Pigeon baldy fatty bum bum

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    This will be shit, just like his other films. I hate every film I've ever seen, so that's about 50,000 hours I'll never get back. I only like shadow puppet performances based on old Latvian fairy tales about illiterate sheep.

    Now if you'll excuse me I'm off to have a late lunch, because having lunch at a normal time is pointless. I won't be eating anything though, because food is shit. I'll just sit with my phone and complain about a film I don't like on an online forum and how it's time I'll never get back. Which is a great use of my time.
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    Andersons Dietician Full Member

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    He peaked at Dusk till Dawn. Can’t stand anything else he has done. Only thing that is peaking intrest as per usual in his recent films is the actors he is casting.
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  6. Mar 21, 2019
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    ThierryHenry wishes he could watch Arsenal games with KM

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    What is this thread? :lol:
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    Poor trailer. Good Bruce Lee lookalike.
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    Three excellent movies.
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    SteveJ all-round nice guy, aka Uncle Joe Kardashian Scout

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    Sky1981 Fending off the urge

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    Tarantino movie is about dialogue. You really cant see anything in its trailer.
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    GDaly95 Sexist Pig

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    Think The Departed might be my favourite ever movie.
  13. Mar 21, 2019
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    Cait Sith Full Member

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    Came here to be entertained by the teaser. Was entertained by the thread instead.

    I know Tarantino is someone you either love or completely hate. My wife likes none of his movies. She does not even like Django and I have no clue how anyone cannot like that movie. But she wouldn't go as far as claiming that it's "shit". She is aware it's a great movie, just not for her.
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    Kag Full Member

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    I haven’t got a clue what this is meant to be about, and I love Tarantino movies on the whole.
  15. Mar 21, 2019
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    Have you watched the movie it's ripped off from though?
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    Rhyme Animal Modmins said "freeze" and I got numb

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    Infernal Affairs, yes. Have you ever read Proust in French? Or just the translated version where they added a massive dildo for no reason?
    Actually, have you seen the original film or read the book they based the "Muppet Christmas Carol" on? Bet you haven't.
  18. Mar 21, 2019
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    Who reads Proust though? Shit in any language.

    And Muppets Christmas Carol doesn't just rip off Christmas Carol scene by scene, add a bit of spicy dialogue and then put a shit ending in does it, or am I remembering it wrong?
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    sullydnl Ross Kemp's caf ID

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    Hey, hey, hey. Let's not drag The Muppet Christmas Carol into this.
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    I usually just read summaries of Proust's work, it's more than enough to appreciate the said work.

    Er, well, Swann, Swann, there's this house, there's this house, and er, it's in the morning, it's in the morning - no, it's the evening, in the evening and er, there's a garden and er, this bloke comes in - bloke comes in - what's his name - what's his name, er just said it - big bloke - Swann, Swann...
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    RexHamilton Gumshoe for hire

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    I strongly advise you to never watch Shawshank redemption, The Godfather, the good the bad and the ugly, green mile, once upon a time in America, interstellar, good will hunting, catch me if you can, princess Mononoke, fight club, and Gran Torino. Just a quick list of movies from the top of my head that you probably wouldn’t enjoy. I’m trying to help you to steer clear of other films you probably wouldn’t enjoy!
  23. Mar 21, 2019
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    altodevil Just another Duffy

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    Never been a big Tarantino fan. Enjoyed Pulp Fiction and Django though. Intrigued by this one.
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    Godfather and Gran Torino are great.
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  26. Mar 22, 2019
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    This doesn't look great so far - I'm worrying it's going to be like Hail Cesar (showing us a nostalgic vision of Hollywood with very little happening)

    But it's only a teaser after all.

    I reckon the Sharon Tate character will survive her ordeal and get revenge on the Manson family - a bit of alternate universe kind of stuff (like Hitler getting shot up in the theatre in IB)
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    Di Maria's angel Captain of Moanchester United

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    Nah, they're shit and I've not even seen them.
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    TwoSheds More sheds (and tiles) than you, probably

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    :rolleyes:
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    Wow! I can't tell if your taking the piss or not. Tarantino and boring don't really go hand in hand.
    But I respect anyone's view. I would be interested to know the types or films you approve of. Care to share?
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    Wumminator The Special One!

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    Tbf I love Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction and Basterds but really disliked Hateful eight and thought that Django was a real letdown.
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    Can't believe that I'm the first to post this in the thread:

    Margot Robbie :drool:
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    Kill Bill 2 was shit
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    Valar Morghulis Full Member

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    @TwoSheds Please write a list of your all-time favourite movies so I can make sure to never watch them:lol:

    Apparently Tarantino talked to Sharon Tate's sister about his plans for this movie and she was on-board so I don't expect him to go full Tarantino with this one.
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    Dirty Schwein Has a 'Best of Britney Spears' album

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    MyOnlySolskjaer Creator of Player Performance threads

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    Dirty Schwein Has a 'Best of Britney Spears' album

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    Can't wait. Love all Tarantino films apart from Death Proof (which is awful) and Jackie Brown (which I haven't seen).
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    Of course Tarantino would hire Emile Hirsch. I'm so surprised.
    All in all, looks like another terribly narcissistic Tarantino movie, that serves no other purpose, but the mental masturbation of a bullied little boy, never grown up, full of hatred and fantasies of revenge, without a shred of decency or any redeeming qualities whatsoever. Another violent, yet silent scream into the void of a lost childhood. It will look good, though. As all his movies do. But rarely is that enough to overshadow the horrible plot and subtext of his movies.
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    Rado_N Yaaas Broncos!

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    @Mr Pigeon's was better.
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    It's basically my standard response to anything Tarantino related. Can't stand the guy, his movies are overrated as feck and its an absolute shame, that he came out of the Weinstein scandal without any negative consequences.
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    Yeah, pity for you a man didn't have his career completely destroyed just because you don't like his movies. Unlucky.