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“Once Upon a Time In Hollywood”, a brief review…

So I saw Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film “Once Upon a Time In Hollywood” in a movie theater at the Cape Cod Mall last week in Cape Cod, Mass. When I go on vacation like once a year, I like to try and go to the movies just to kill some time and stuff. I’m a huge Quentin Tarantino fan and I’ve seen all of his movies. Yes, I love them all including his newest one, “Once Upon a Time In Hollywood”.

It’s another winner for Tarantino, he did it again which didn’t surprise me. All of his movies are good and they never disappoint. “Once Upon a Time” is filmed in the similar format like all of his movies: different story lines in one film, almost 3 hours, the usual cool selection of music (which Tarantino is known for) and the film having a lot of dialogue.

This was an interesting movie ’cause it showed what life in Hollywood would have been like in 1969. It was nearing the end of the golden era in Hollywood. I remember in the beginning when this film was in development, Tarantino was going to make this film about the Manson family murders and this film turned out to be about that for a little bit. I was hoping the whole movie would be about the Charles Manson murders but it ended up being something totally different. Instead, the film mostly focused on how the Hollywood movie era was changing in 1969.

I was most interested in how the film depicted the life of Sharon Tate. While the cast of the film did a good acting job, I was most impressed with Margot Robbie who played Sharon Tate in the film. She did the best acting job, in my opinion and the appearance by Bruce Dern was cool too. Of course, Al Pacino is always a show stealer. Even though I think Brad Pitt and Leo Dicaprio are both overrated actors, I thought they were entertaining as hell in this movie.

This film was also funny as hell as it was also named a “comedy”… there were a few scenes in the film where I can’t help but crack out laughing especially the ending of this film. Tarantino always had a crazy and wacky sense of humor and he really showed that in this film for sure. There’s a mixture of genres in this film: drama, western, action, comedy and even a little bit of horror was thrown in the mix.

I don’t agree with Tarantino’s left-wing political views but he’s still a talented film maker and I wish he would keep making movies until he dies but he vows to retire at his 10th film which is disappointing. I’ve always been a huge Tarantino fan. I try to collect all his movies for my BluRay/DVD collection when I can and I’ll be definitely buying “Once Upon a Time In Hollywood” on BluRay for sure.

“Once Upon a Time In Hollywood” turned out be a really great film. Loved it a lot. You should see it too.


Quentin Tarantino to direct a first ever R-rated Star Trek film? Quite intriguing actually!

I know I have been staying away from movie news a lot, but this one sounds intriguing to me that I need to post about this one. Quentin Tarantino came up with the idea that he wants to make an R-rated Star Trek movie with the new reboot cast. It turns out that J.J. Abrams and Paramount Pictures both love the idea and they’re gonna give it a try.

If they’re gonna make it a hard-R, that means the film will be full of swearing, offensive and vulgar language which Tarantino is best at. Can you see a young Captain Kirk played by Chris Pine dropping F bombs throughout the movie? Not only that, it could open the doors for more gritty violence, blood and gore. Could the film also include more sexual content like more nudity? All of this could be possible.

A non-family friendly Star Trek film. Interesting.

Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Star Trek’ Will Be R-Rated: ‘The Revenant’s Mark L. Smith Frontrunner Scribe

As a Star Trek fan, I’m all for this.

Could it help bring a wider auidience? I don’t know. The film will indeed turn off some longtime fans, but it could help bring many new ones too.

I’m actually interested in a Tarantino styled Star Trek movie. He’ll probably make it a full three hours. You know how Tarantino films usually are. It’ll be the same with Star Trek.

I don’t like Tarantino’s left-wing political views but he’s still talented. I’m still a fan of his. I still haven’t seen The Hateful Eight yet but since it’s on Netflix, I’ll get around to watching that film soon.



Yep, I think I’m done supporting Quentin Tarantino… another celebrity libtard…

I think I’m officially done supporting Quentin Tarantino and his movies. Used to love his work but I’m done supporting him too. He’s just another Hollywood libtard like the rest of ’em. Him calling cops “murderers” is just insane and totally wrong. That’s the sad part of what’s going on in America right now. America made it okay to hate and disrespect cops. Libtard America wants to see our police as the “enemy” thanks to loudmouth Barack with his “If I had a son” speech that started it all.

By the way, Tarantino is not really telling the truth about what happened to Michael Brown and Freddie Gray.

Read this:


Tarantino is just another libtard jackass trying to make Michael Brown and Freddie Gray look innocent.

I’m sure other libtards in America are applauding Quentin for this, though. I think I’m gonna boycott “The Hateful Eight” too.

It’s kind of funny how Quentin would support the “Black Lives Matter” movement when his movies use the N word throughout most of it especially “Django Unchained” and there’s a scene in “Pulp Fiction” where a black man gets raped by a guy in a gimp suit. This is a guy who supports gun control and he has guns all over his movies. Yeah, so fuck him. I think I’ll stop watching his movies for good.


Video: “The Hateful Eight” teaser is finally here!

I love Quentin Tarantino movies. I’ve seen them all and will be seeing this one too. I think he’s a genius film maker and one of the best out there.

While some would believe that “Pulp Fiction” was his best movie but in my opinion, I thought “Inglourious Basterds” was his best movie. Although all of his movies are great.

I’m looking forward to the “Hateful Eight” and it’s great to finally see Kurt Russell doing big screen movies again. This movie is probably gonna be Tarantino’s usual format in movie making: different stories, lots of dialogue, a lot of swearing and bad language, a woman steals the show, foot fetish cameo, violent gross out scenes, etc. You know how his movies usually are. 🙂


Tarantino decides to make “The Hateful Eight” after all and here’s a poster just released!!!

Despite the script leak, Tarantino has decided that he’s gonna go ahead and make his next movie, “The Hateful Eight” anyway. At first, he was gonna scrap the project and just do a table reading but then he decided that he would calm down and go ahead with the movie.

It appears that Kurt Russell has already been signed to star in the leading role which is gonna be cool to see Kurt and Quentin work together again for the second time (they worked together for the film, “Death Proof”).

I’m sure Quentin will add some more of his past cast members to the “Hateful Eight”. I’m sure Samuel L. Jackson will be involved again in someway. Michael Madsen too. What about Christoph Waltz? Uma Thurman?

I’m sure this will be another 3 or 4 hour epic split into different stories like all of his films are.

Tarantino is a genius film maker. I’m a huge fan of all his movies. Love them all. Even “Jackie Brown” was a great flick.

Can’t wait for the “Hateful Eight”!!! I’m sure there’s gonna be a lot of re-writes due to the script leak but it’ll still be a great film. Can’t wait to see Kurt Russell back on the big screen. From what I see, Kurt hasn’t been on the big screen in a long time. He doesn’t work much anymore. Probably because Kurt had a very successful career and he’s made so much money from his past career that he doesn’t need to work anymore if he doesn’t want to.

I thought “Django Unchained” Quentin’s last film was amazing. I’m sure this one will be just as good. Quentin never disappoints.

Here’s the poster in the link here:



In response to Quentin Tarantino leaked script controversy…

Well, I’m sure you’re wondering my thoughts on this whole Quentin Tarantino leaked script controversy that’s been all over the news well here it is. To start things off,  here’s what’s going on… Tarantino says that a script to his latest film, “The Hateful Eight” which is supposedly to be another Western got leaked to the internet on a website called Gawker after the director gave the script to a few of his actor friends. Tarantino has been upset and depressed since this happened. He now filed a lawsuit against Gawker just recently. That’s what is going on I believe? He now shelved the project and is now thinking about turning “The Hateful Eight” into a book instead of a movie.

Of course, all of Tarantino’s fans back him for this. I see his fans commenting and they’re like, “don’t mess with Tarantino” and stuff like that but to be honest, I’m actually neutral on this one. Why?

Mostly because this was all Quentin’s fault. If he didn’t want his script out there then he shouldn’t have given it to anybody to begin with. When you write a movie script or a book or any project, you keep it for yourself and not give it to anybody especially to people you don’t know well and can’t trust, ya know? Quentin brought all of this upon himself. You can see that he doesn’t want to admit that this was his own fault and now he’s blaming it on the website, Gawker ’cause he knows it would be a big money making opportunity for him.

Quentin is one of my favorite film directors of all time, I love ALL of his movies but I think the guy is an asshole sometimes. I’m sure he learned from his mistakes out of this one though, and I’m sure he’ll never give out his scripts to anyone again. If he doesn’t want any of his future scripts leaked then he should keep them hidden in a safe place. The internet is a big thing these days and leaks has been happening a lot throughout the entertainment industry.


More on Quentin Tarantino’s use of the “n” word…

Since people are still calling out Quentin Tarantino for his use of the “N” word for “Django Unchained”, really? Why get on his ass now, when Tarantino has been using the “n” word for pretty much just about every one of his movies? He’s been using the “N” word ever since his first film, “Reservoir Dogs“. The “N” word is also all over, “Pulp Fiction“. He used it in, “Jackie Brown” a lot too! How come nobody got on his ass back then? Huh? Answer me that one. Tarantino has been having black actors in his films for years, too! So why get on him about this now? Fucking please!

His movies maybe full of foul mouthed dialogue throughout the films, but that’s Tarantino. His movies maybe full of swearing and nasty words, yes, but I think that’s how he talks in real life. His movies shows who he is.

I’m not sure why he uses, the “N” word a lot in all of his movies, but I think he has his reasons. I don’t think he uses the “N” word because he’s racist, I think he makes his movies for mostly the black audience, in his defense. If you noticed, a lot of his movies seemed to be aimed at black people for their entertainment. They weren’t meant to be offensive.

On top of all this, as far as “Django Unchained” goes, people just don’t understand the history of black slaves. That word was used a lot back then, and it wasn’t considered a racist term during that time, like I said before. Quentin probably already knew he was going to get some heat with the use of that word in “Django”, but he had to do what ever it took to make that movie right. If you do your research, the “n” word actually originated from black slaves, that’s where it came from. So he’s right on the money for using that word. He’s not racist. He’s just doing whatever makes sense for film. It was just appropriate.

I’m also real tired of people getting on his ass about gun control every time a mass shooting happens. It’s idiotic.

Leave the guy alone, already people! He’s just a film maker and a storyteller. He’s a genius. Let him do what he wants to do. He knows what he’s doing. Without the foul mouthed, bad language in his films, then his movies wouldn’t have mattered.


Film Review: “Django Unchained”…

Starring: Jamie Foxx, Leonardo Dicaprio, Christoph Waltz, Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson
Directed by: Quentin Tarantino

Today, I finally saw, Tarantino’s newest film, “Django Unchained” and here is my review.

Plot/synopsis: Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz), a former Dentist, buys the freedom of slave, Django. Then he trains him to become a deputy bounty hunter, so Django can go rescue his kidnapped wife who is being held by a ruthless plantation owner, Calvin Candie (Leonardo Dicaprio).

As you can see, the plot, is simple, and straight forward. Tarantino has been wanting to make a Western film for years and he finally got around to making that opportunity to do one. Just like with “Inglorious Basterds”, Tarantino re-writes history again. A re-telling of history in his own take. This film takes place two years before the Civil War, happens. Of course, this film is going to spark controversy in the news, with the constant use of the “n” word, in which Spike Lee wrongly and unfairly criticized. In Tarantino’s mind, back in those days, the “n” word wasn’t really considered a racist term back then. Spike maybe offended by the use of the “n” word in the film but apparently all the black actors in the film, including Jamie Foxx, seems to have no problem with it.

On with the film, I was very entertained throughout. It was at least 3 hours like most Tarantino flicks, but I wasn’t bored one bit. Tarantino has always been great at the pacing. His movies may seem long, but once you see it, the film won’t feel like it’s 3 hours.

All the characters were very enjoyable. Jamie Foxx as Django was badass, and Leo Dicaprio made a badass villian. Christoph Waltz delivered a great performance like always. There were a few surprising cameo appearances in the film, though. Don Johnson made a cameo. Jonah Hill made a cameo, and even though his role was small, he did a good job. Of course, Tarantino himself has a cameo. What I admired the most, was Kerry Washington, playing Django’s wife. She didn’t have any dialogue in the film. The camera just pointed at her a lot. I don’t think the script had any lines for her or anything. Correct me if I’m wrong.

Not only this film was a spaghetti Western, it also seemed like it was a comedy, ’cause there were hilarious scenes throughout. Tarantino seems to know his shit with Westerns ’cause the film was made like it was a real Western. If you want a modern day Clint Eastwood, spaghetti Western, for example, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”, this film is it. The film locations were Old West like, and all the costumes were Old West like too.

With all this being said, this is one of the best films of this year. It’ll probably make that list somewhere, definitely pretty high up there. It is also Tarantino’s best film and it’s definitely BEST PICTURE worthy for the Oscars. I really hope this film makes “BEST PICTURE”. It probably won’t ’cause the Academy has never been friendly with violent movies too much. “Django Unchained” was an amazing movie. I wasn’t bored. Whether you’re a fan of Tarantino films or Westerns, you would love this film. Tarantino did it again. He never disappoints. Do yourself a favor and see this flick!

Score for, “Django Unchained” = **** (4 stars as in “excellent”)


Why Quentin Tarantino is the greatest film maker alive…

There are a lot of great film makers out there, but Quentin Tarantino is one of my favorites. He’s the best of them all, in my opinion. He can do it all. He’s a good director, writer, and actor. I love all of his movies from “Reservoir Dogs”, “Pulp Fiction”, “Jackie Brown”, the two Kill Bill films, Death Proof, and of course, “Inglourious Basterds” (which is his best film, btw). The man takes film making seriously. He’s honest. He takes his time with his work and he really shows his passion for it. He is a great storyteller and creates interesting and memorable characters.

I can’t wait to see his next movie, “Django Unchained”. I just read his interview in this month’s PLayboy magazine with Marilyn Monroe on the cover, and if you want to see what this guy is all about, read that interview. His movies are just inspiring, insightful, and entertaining at the same time. He does take forever in between films to release a new one, but that’s good. That’s part of why his movies are good ’cause he takes his time with them, unlike many other directors.

I’ve been a Tarantino fan for years and still am. I’ll always stay loyal to the guy. Quentin, is an interesting guy, even though he is a bit crazy but in a good way. In almost every Tarantino film, you can always tell that he loves women ’cause he’s always giving female characters the spotlight, where they will steal the show. You will also see foot fetish cameos in every film. You will also see that he is great at choosing songs for the soundtracks of the films, which is what he is best at is music for his own movies.

Quentin said that he plans on retiring from film at 60, which is understandable ’cause he doesn’t have to work anymore if he doesn’t want to. He’s a rich man from his career. He’s a pretty talented guy. It sucks we have to wait ’til Christmas for “Django Unchained”. Wish it was out a little bit earlier, but it’s understandable with “The Hobbit” out next month and they don’t want to compete with that film. With that being said, Quentin Tarantino is the fucking man. He’d be an interesting guy to meet in person for sure.