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The Torture Scene From Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs Disturbed Horror Greats Like Wes Craven & Rick Baker

“Reservoir Dogs” is an interesting film to revisit, for you can see all the techniques and storytelling devices that would become Quentin Tarantino staples. The soundtrack, nonlinear writing, and excessive blood. However, no one knew what to expect from the filmmaker when “Reservoir Dogs” first came out over three decades ago. The script had confused […]

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‘Young. Wild. Free.’ Review: A Stylish, Letterboxd-Friendly Drama That Goes Further Off the Rails with Each Twist

There’s a point when a movie starts dropping too many references to other movies that the enthusiasm gets a little suspicious. In director Thembi L. Banks’ debut feature “Young. Wild. Free.”— the title styled as such for no reason in particular — a mysterious woman with “Euphoria” eye-makeup named Cassidy (Sierra Capri) suddenly starts spouting […]

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Why Quentin Tarantino Cut Tim Roth’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Scenes

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” may not be the longest Quentin Tarantino movie, but it definitely isn’t the shortest. Clocking in at 161 minutes, Tarantino’s most recent film, released in 2019, broke the mold of what’s expected from the filmmaker. The movie was less concerned about the plot and more interested in romanticizing late […]

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Jackie Brown Review: Tarantino’s Flawed but Underrated Blaxploitation Film

When you think of influential directors of the 1990s, Quentin Tarantino jumps to the top of many people’s lists. He exploded onto the scene with his feature debut, Reservoir Dogs, and then completely reshaped how audiences experienced film in his follow-up, Pulp Fiction, which is widely considered a masterpiece. For this third film, Jackie Brown, […]

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There’s Just One Subject Quentin Tarantino Thinks Should Never Be Shown On Film

If you’ve ever seen a movie from homage extraordinaire Quentin Tarantino, then you’re probably aware that excess is a crucial part of his DNA. The filmmaker behind “Pulp Fiction” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is a man for which the word “restraint” is unlikely in his lexicon. For better or worse, when Tarantino […]

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Samuel L. Jackson Talks “Awful” ‘Reservior Dogs’ Audition & Violent Alternative Diner Scene In ‘Pulp Fiction’

The collaboration between writer/director Quentin Tarantino and cherished actor Samuel L. Jackson goes back to their landmark genre pic “Pulp Fiction,” as the two have continued to work together for nearly 30 years. Jackson has paused talking about various Marvel projects and is now is dishing juicy tidbits about his history working with Tarantino.On the […]

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Patricia Arquette ‘Struggled’ with ‘True Romance’ Character Being ‘So Supportive’ of Murder

Even after a three-decade Hollywood career that won her an Oscar and two Emmys, Patricia Arquette is still synonymous with “True Romance.” Her role as Alabama Whitman, a call girl who marries a client and ends up tangled in a web of crime after the newlyweds steal a shipment of cocaine, launched Arquette into the […]

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13 Tarantino Projects We Never Saw But Wish We Could’ve

Quentin Tarantino is one of the most influential American filmmakers of all time. In the three decades that Tarantino has been making films, he has inspired countless imitators, but few have had the impact he has — Tarantino’s 1992 directorial debut “Reservoir Dogs” literally changed the state of independent cinema. At the time, it was rare […]

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