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What Took Tarantino So Long?

According to Christopher Kelly, most of the time between Jackie Brown and Kill Bill was spent working on the screenplay for Inglorious Bastards. While that’s true, what Kelly doesn’t mention is that the whole schedule for Kill Bill and Inglorious Bastards got pushed back because of Uma Thurman’s pregnancy. Kelly is also ‘worried’ about just who wants to see a Tarantino movie these days:

There’s also this question: Who, exactly, is his audience supposed to be this time around? The college kids Tarantino connected with in the early 1990s likely still consider themselves fans. But at this point, burned out long ago on all the Tarantino wannabes of the late ’90s, they might prefer to give their box-office dollars to the more playful and droll Coen Brothers (whose Intolerable Cruelty also opens Oct. 10). As for today’s college kids — will they have even seen Reservoir Dogs, much less care about its director’s motor-mouthed, movie-obsessed aesthetic?

bret

112 Comments

  1. Tsh! Fuck yeah, they will! What Tarantino has proved time and time again is that his writing ability enables him to conjure stories and characters that are both timeless and poignant. I highly doubt that the man could fall out of favor and/or style so quickly. I myself am a high-school senior, soon to be a college student, and I absolutely love just about every movie Tarantino’s done; I think that both his writing and directorial styles are completely incredible. He’s by far one of the best writer/directors working in Hollywood today.
    People will see them. People will love them. Look at Hitchcock, and Stone, and Spielberg, who’ve all made/been making movies for decades. Have they fallen out of favor?
    I think not.
    ~ K

  2. Tsh! Fuck yeah, they will! What Tarantino has proved time and time again is that his writing ability enables him to conjure stories and characters that are both timeless and poignant. I highly doubt that the man could fall out of favor and/or style so quickly. I myself am a high-school senior, soon to be a college student, and I absolutely love just about every movie Tarantino’s done; I think that both his writing and directorial styles are completely incredible. He’s by far one of the best writer/directors working in Hollywood today.
    People will see them. People will love them. Look at Hitchcock, and Stone, and Spielberg, who’ve all made/been making movies for decades. Have they fallen out of favor?
    I think not.
    ~ K

  3. I couldn’t agree more. This writer talks about Tarantino as if he were a boy band whose audience is all grown up. I just don’t see the comparison.

  4. I couldn’t agree more. This writer talks about Tarantino as if he were a boy band whose audience is all grown up. I just don’t see the comparison.

  5. i am a junior in high school. all my fgriends love Tarantino’s work, all his movies are our personal favorites. and im sure that when his other movies come out. everyone will remember how great his other movies we’re and be intersted to see what he has instore for us now.

  6. i am a junior in high school. all my fgriends love Tarantino’s work, all his movies are our personal favorites. and im sure that when his other movies come out. everyone will remember how great his other movies we’re and be intersted to see what he has instore for us now.

  7. TARTANTINO, IS ONE OF THE BEST DIRECTOR’S EVER I WILL BE THE FIRST ONE AT THE THEATER TO SEE THE MOVIE. I WANT TO MAKE A MOVIE MYSELF AND I WOULD LOVE TO INTERVIEW QT SO IF YOU READ THIS AND WANT TO HELP A YOUNG DIRECTOR TRYING TO MAKE IT e-MAIL ME
    JOSHSTEWART000@HOTMAIL.COM
    I HAVE A RED HOT SCREENPLAY

  8. TARTANTINO, IS ONE OF THE BEST DIRECTOR’S EVER I WILL BE THE FIRST ONE AT THE THEATER TO SEE THE MOVIE. I WANT TO MAKE A MOVIE MYSELF AND I WOULD LOVE TO INTERVIEW QT SO IF YOU READ THIS AND WANT TO HELP A YOUNG DIRECTOR TRYING TO MAKE IT e-MAIL ME
    JOSHSTEWART000@HOTMAIL.COM
    I HAVE A RED HOT SCREENPLAY

  9. Quentin Tarantino is a Pop Artist; he has made art that defines the 90′s cinema generation. Pretty soon he will again establish a new generation of cinema, but in a different age of himself that shows a light of him that

  10. Quentin Tarantino is a Pop Artist; he has made art that defines the 90′s cinema generation. Pretty soon he will again establish a new generation of cinema, but in a different age of himself that shows a light of him that

  11. well all i have to say is that you might not expect it but there are some high school kids, such as myself i am 17 year old senior, who have watched pulp fiction, reservior dogs, and jackie brown since they were like 13 or 14 and have been enjoying them and waiting for kill bill and thus one of his major target audiences would be the “film” deprived minors whom have to put up with such feckless crap as XXX and 2fast 2 furious and want more than pointless visual effects in a movie

  12. well all i have to say is that you might not expect it but there are some high school kids, such as myself i am 17 year old senior, who have watched pulp fiction, reservior dogs, and jackie brown since they were like 13 or 14 and have been enjoying them and waiting for kill bill and thus one of his major target audiences would be the “film” deprived minors whom have to put up with such feckless crap as XXX and 2fast 2 furious and want more than pointless visual effects in a movie

  13. People will come out in droves to see KILL BILL. It’s been a long time since QT has come out with work that is highly enjoyable and highly innovating. The mass audience has been reduced to watching such movies as XXX and 2fast2furious with all their fluff, but no substance. I can’t wait for KILL BILL to come out. We’ve been in a QT coma state since JACKIE BROWN and it is now time for us to be relieved of our vegetative state.

  14. People will come out in droves to see KILL BILL. It’s been a long time since QT has come out with work that is highly enjoyable and highly innovating. The mass audience has been reduced to watching such movies as XXX and 2fast2furious with all their fluff, but no substance. I can’t wait for KILL BILL to come out. We’ve been in a QT coma state since JACKIE BROWN and it is now time for us to be relieved of our vegetative state.

  15. Hey, what about Ed Wood? Lol. No really I love that kid too. Still, I saw the trailer for “Kill Bill” and I saw “Volume One” right under; meaning that their will be a another right? And if so, will it be called “Kill Bill 2: Unglorious Bastards”. I myself am a screenwriter and think Tarantino is a potent talent that is defintely worth seeing. :)

  16. Hey, what about Ed Wood? Lol. No really I love that kid too. Still, I saw the trailer for “Kill Bill” and I saw “Volume One” right under; meaning that their will be a another right? And if so, will it be called “Kill Bill 2: Unglorious Bastards”. I myself am a screenwriter and think Tarantino is a potent talent that is defintely worth seeing. :)

  17. Tarantino CAN’T LOSE. This writer only speaks about the movies he directed, what about the crazy shit he wrote like True Romance, Natural Born Killers and From Dusk till Dawn. Tarantino could fuck around and become the next Kubrick. People didn’t fully understand Kubrick’s work till years later; Tarantino has that same effect. His way with words makes you a fan. True Tarantino fans are loyal, and will wait patiently for his next masterpiece. It’s been six years since his last flick, and I know KILL BILL is gonna be NO FUCKIN JOKE.

  18. Tarantino CAN’T LOSE. This writer only speaks about the movies he directed, what about the crazy shit he wrote like True Romance, Natural Born Killers and From Dusk till Dawn. Tarantino could fuck around and become the next Kubrick. People didn’t fully understand Kubrick’s work till years later; Tarantino has that same effect. His way with words makes you a fan. True Tarantino fans are loyal, and will wait patiently for his next masterpiece. It’s been six years since his last flick, and I know KILL BILL is gonna be NO FUCKIN JOKE.

  19. I get to know about Quentin Tarantino last year. I heard of Pulp Fiction but I’ve never get to see it. When the collector edition DVD came out, I bought it becuz a lot of people and critics considered this movie a “classic.” When I watched it for a first time, I thought it was very weird movie, but when I watched it for 2nd time, I LOVED it!!!! Man, I started to watch Reservoir Dogs and Jackie Brown, and they were AWESOME. Now I can’t wait to see “KILL BILL”. The thing is….I’m in my first year in college, and none of the students seem to know Quentin Tarantino and they don’t care about movie KILL BILL comes out or not.

  20. I get to know about Quentin Tarantino last year. I heard of Pulp Fiction but I’ve never get to see it. When the collector edition DVD came out, I bought it becuz a lot of people and critics considered this movie a “classic.” When I watched it for a first time, I thought it was very weird movie, but when I watched it for 2nd time, I LOVED it!!!! Man, I started to watch Reservoir Dogs and Jackie Brown, and they were AWESOME. Now I can’t wait to see “KILL BILL”. The thing is….I’m in my first year in college, and none of the students seem to know Quentin Tarantino and they don’t care about movie KILL BILL comes out or not.

  21. Hey fuckers. See my movie. It’ll blow you fucking mind. And if it doesn’t, it’ll atleast blow your socks off. So bring a extra pairs of socks. Also, fuck any one else’s screen play. It’s not red hot, and I am sure it blows dicks. Stop wasting your time copying me, and write something original. And remember fuckers, see KILL BILL out Tomorrow Oct. 10! QT

  22. Hey fuckers. See my movie. It’ll blow you fucking mind. And if it doesn’t, it’ll atleast blow your socks off. So bring a extra pairs of socks. Also, fuck any one else’s screen play. It’s not red hot, and I am sure it blows dicks. Stop wasting your time copying me, and write something original. And remember fuckers, see KILL BILL out Tomorrow Oct. 10! QT

  23. Thanks, Mr. Tarantino. You’re right, people should write something original. Much like you did in the previous posting. Haha just kiddin man. Anyway, I recently returned from watching KILL BILL and I must say…woweeeee!!!! Talk about unprecedented moviemaking style! It’s historic; it’s even original and revolutionary for Quentin himself! Only setback: it’s probably the most violent movie of all time. But we all know that the violence adds to QT’s style. What’s more, QT making a war movie!!! With Mr Blonde and Mr Sandler! I’ll be burning w/ anxiety till the day i see it!

  24. Thanks, Mr. Tarantino. You’re right, people should write something original. Much like you did in the previous posting. Haha just kiddin man. Anyway, I recently returned from watching KILL BILL and I must say…woweeeee!!!! Talk about unprecedented moviemaking style! It’s historic; it’s even original and revolutionary for Quentin himself! Only setback: it’s probably the most violent movie of all time. But we all know that the violence adds to QT’s style. What’s more, QT making a war movie!!! With Mr Blonde and Mr Sandler! I’ll be burning w/ anxiety till the day i see it!

  25. First of all, is any one seriously supposed to believe that the Oct.9 post is actually from Q.T. Second, whoever wrote the article on the top of this page has no idea what they are talking about. Quinten Tarantino has just as big of a fan base as he did in the early 90′s if not much bigger. I am a freshman in college and ive seen, and loved every one of his movies to date. I saw Kill Bill last weekend and thought it was fucking awsome. Also, “they might prefer to give their box-office dollars to the more playful and droll Coen Brothers”who the hell cares about the Coen Brothers, sure Fargo and The Big Lebowski were both awsome but come on, Intolerable Cruilty just looks plain stupid, nobody is gonna pick that movie over Kill Bill. And if you want proof look at the box office report from last weekend.

  26. First of all, is any one seriously supposed to believe that the Oct.9 post is actually from Q.T. Second, whoever wrote the article on the top of this page has no idea what they are talking about. Quinten Tarantino has just as big of a fan base as he did in the early 90′s if not much bigger. I am a freshman in college and ive seen, and loved every one of his movies to date. I saw Kill Bill last weekend and thought it was fucking awsome. Also, “they might prefer to give their box-office dollars to the more playful and droll Coen Brothers”who the hell cares about the Coen Brothers, sure Fargo and The Big Lebowski were both awsome but come on, Intolerable Cruilty just looks plain stupid, nobody is gonna pick that movie over Kill Bill. And if you want proof look at the box office report from last weekend.

  27. Heh… I’m a senior in college and I went opening night after salivating for years. Missed out on Reservoir Dogs? You mean one of my favorite films? The one I read about in Film Threat when it came out (before it hit the mainstream press) and knew that I absolutely needed to see (yeah, I was 12 or 13 or so… so what)?
    As for the Coens… well… I want to see Intolerable Cruelty. I love their work fiercely, but this isn’t really their project, I haven’t waited years upon years to see their latest film, and no matter how good it is I doubt I’ll come out of the film so overstimulated that I can barely contain myself for the next 4 hours. No love lost for them, but I think it can wait. Terrible timing when you think about it as they are likely to have a lot of overlap in their respective fanbases.

  28. Heh… I’m a senior in college and I went opening night after salivating for years. Missed out on Reservoir Dogs? You mean one of my favorite films? The one I read about in Film Threat when it came out (before it hit the mainstream press) and knew that I absolutely needed to see (yeah, I was 12 or 13 or so… so what)?
    As for the Coens… well… I want to see Intolerable Cruelty. I love their work fiercely, but this isn’t really their project, I haven’t waited years upon years to see their latest film, and no matter how good it is I doubt I’ll come out of the film so overstimulated that I can barely contain myself for the next 4 hours. No love lost for them, but I think it can wait. Terrible timing when you think about it as they are likely to have a lot of overlap in their respective fanbases.

  29. No matter what kind of genre a Quentin Tarantino fan seems to follow, it will always be a Quentin Tarantino movie. And so people will always want to see it cos he’s the man, and thats it. He is the most exciting filmmaker I’ve ever been passionate about. Let’s lick up all the Kill Bill we can get before we get ahead of ourselves with Inglorious Bastards. VOL.2 HERE WE COME!

  30. No matter what kind of genre a Quentin Tarantino fan seems to follow, it will always be a Quentin Tarantino movie. And so people will always want to see it cos he’s the man, and thats it. He is the most exciting filmmaker I’ve ever been passionate about. Let’s lick up all the Kill Bill we can get before we get ahead of ourselves with Inglorious Bastards. VOL.2 HERE WE COME!

  31. Kelly is way off. Tarantino is so much more than just a pop artist who attracted only the college kids of the early (more like mid) 90′s. Tarantino identified with everyone when he made pulp fiction, and still does today. I didn’t see it until i was 13 back in 1999, and since then my entire outlook on movies has changed. It’s not an age thing, either. I haven’t met a single person that movie hasn’t affected after they saw it; my grandmother even loves that movie. As far as his acusation of the Coen brothers (playful and droll my arse) i love them, too. It is possible to respect and appreciate more than one director, still, it is undoubtable that Kill Bill was much better received than Intolerable Cruelty. I think our Christopher Kelly shouldn’t be so quick to voice his assumptions.

  32. Kelly is way off. Tarantino is so much more than just a pop artist who attracted only the college kids of the early (more like mid) 90′s. Tarantino identified with everyone when he made pulp fiction, and still does today. I didn’t see it until i was 13 back in 1999, and since then my entire outlook on movies has changed. It’s not an age thing, either. I haven’t met a single person that movie hasn’t affected after they saw it; my grandmother even loves that movie. As far as his acusation of the Coen brothers (playful and droll my arse) i love them, too. It is possible to respect and appreciate more than one director, still, it is undoubtable that Kill Bill was much better received than Intolerable Cruelty. I think our Christopher Kelly shouldn’t be so quick to voice his assumptions.

  33. Quentin listen to me, you make “Bastards” and I will be the first in line to see it. Do not listen to crap like this, you are a master film maker and if I have to sit through another Matrix Revolutions disapointment I am going to stop seeing films all together. That is saying a lot as I have been watching movies since the 60′s. Your films will keep me coming back to the overly priced theater. Kill Bill is great, and a WWII film will be great too. DO IT MAN!

  34. Quentin listen to me, you make “Bastards” and I will be the first in line to see it. Do not listen to crap like this, you are a master film maker and if I have to sit through another Matrix Revolutions disapointment I am going to stop seeing films all together. That is saying a lot as I have been watching movies since the 60′s. Your films will keep me coming back to the overly priced theater. Kill Bill is great, and a WWII film will be great too. DO IT MAN!

  35. My opion:
    QT = best writer ever.
    I am 20 years old so I was just a kid when Pulp Fiction came out in 1994.
    But I’ve grown to realy love his work.
    I’ve seen Jackie Brown, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill V1, True Romance, Four Rooms, From Dusk Till Dawn, Natural Born Killers ,…
    I’ve seen almost every movie he wrote and/or directed.
    I hope I will meat him some day…
    Greetzz ChenZy

  36. My opion:
    QT = best writer ever.
    I am 20 years old so I was just a kid when Pulp Fiction came out in 1994.
    But I’ve grown to realy love his work.
    I’ve seen Jackie Brown, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill V1, True Romance, Four Rooms, From Dusk Till Dawn, Natural Born Killers ,…
    I’ve seen almost every movie he wrote and/or directed.
    I hope I will meat him some day…
    Greetzz ChenZy

  37. You’re a douchebag. We still talk about The Godfather and Reservior Dogs was just an updated version.

  38. You’re a douchebag. We still talk about The Godfather and Reservior Dogs was just an updated version.

  39. Damn, Vilan. You are one dumb son of a bitch. Anyone who honestly believes that Reservoir Dogs is a rehash of The Godfather obviously has no real knowledge of film, past or present. Both are genre defining films of their respective time periods, but are by no means related by plot, direction style, character exposition, or any other distinctive traits. Tarantino’s direction combined with his interesting dialogue and, then, original way of telling a story (broken up, jumpy, telling you what he wanted, when he wanted with no qualms about changing the natural story progression) were refreshing then as they are now. The scope and the epic nature of the godfather saga make it a more enjoyable experience for myself. So while The Godfather is a superior movie in my opinion, it is pointless and almost ludicrous to compare such two movies that are so different in nearly every way besides their gangster movie genre roots. oh and ballsack on yor chin vilan. your the douchebag.

  40. Damn, Vilan. You are one dumb son of a bitch. Anyone who honestly believes that Reservoir Dogs is a rehash of The Godfather obviously has no real knowledge of film, past or present. Both are genre defining films of their respective time periods, but are by no means related by plot, direction style, character exposition, or any other distinctive traits. Tarantino’s direction combined with his interesting dialogue and, then, original way of telling a story (broken up, jumpy, telling you what he wanted, when he wanted with no qualms about changing the natural story progression) were refreshing then as they are now. The scope and the epic nature of the godfather saga make it a more enjoyable experience for myself. So while The Godfather is a superior movie in my opinion, it is pointless and almost ludicrous to compare such two movies that are so different in nearly every way besides their gangster movie genre roots. oh and ballsack on yor chin vilan. your the douchebag.

  41. Ok, for the record, QT has talent. Is he the god everyone makes him out to be? That still remains to be seen.
    Now here’s some homework: check out City on Fire (any Reservoir Dogs fan will shit himself/herself watching the ENDLESS amount of scenes stolen by QT). Second, watch just about any film by Takashi Miike. He’s QT on acid and he’s been doing it quite well for years.
    Any moron who draws a parallel of any kind between Godfather and Reservoir Dogs should probably be not allowed to watch another movie ever again.
    What’s next, comparing Pulp Fiction to 12 Monkeys?
    S.

  42. Ok, for the record, QT has talent. Is he the god everyone makes him out to be? That still remains to be seen.
    Now here’s some homework: check out City on Fire (any Reservoir Dogs fan will shit himself/herself watching the ENDLESS amount of scenes stolen by QT). Second, watch just about any film by Takashi Miike. He’s QT on acid and he’s been doing it quite well for years.
    Any moron who draws a parallel of any kind between Godfather and Reservoir Dogs should probably be not allowed to watch another movie ever again.
    What’s next, comparing Pulp Fiction to 12 Monkeys?
    S.

  43. There is no other film maker like Quentin Tarantino. Putting his love of spagehetti westerns,Kung Fu movies, 70s music,perhaps anime, and original jokes is awesome. He put all those loves into the film Kill Bill and it blew me away. I mean it is hard to think of any other director of his style or imaginaiton. As a writer he is awesome. A great storyteller and excellent character creator.I tip my hat to Quentin Tarantino. Hey and use his full name instead of the QT, the man deserves that much man.

  44. There is no other film maker like Quentin Tarantino. Putting his love of spagehetti westerns,Kung Fu movies, 70s music,perhaps anime, and original jokes is awesome. He put all those loves into the film Kill Bill and it blew me away. I mean it is hard to think of any other director of his style or imaginaiton. As a writer he is awesome. A great storyteller and excellent character creator.I tip my hat to Quentin Tarantino. Hey and use his full name instead of the QT, the man deserves that much man.

  45. I’m a University student, i’m only 19, and i feel that you’re wrong here, i’ve seen Resevoir Dogs, and i even have the special Mr.Brown DVD. The thing i love about Tarantino movies is his dialouges, i think his best one was from the movie 4 rooms. Everyone knows who Tarantino is, his stories are amazing, and its good to see a talented man like him, sometimes step aside and let other people Direct, like Oliver Stone in Natural Born Killer. Another thing that i love about his movies, is how he moves from one time in a movie to another. He did it in Resevoir Dogs, in Pulp Fiction, and a bit in Kill Bill. He is a GOD in the movie industry, i have a lot of respect for him because he does so much for the industry, and his movies speak for themselves.

  46. I’m a University student, i’m only 19, and i feel that you’re wrong here, i’ve seen Resevoir Dogs, and i even have the special Mr.Brown DVD. The thing i love about Tarantino movies is his dialouges, i think his best one was from the movie 4 rooms. Everyone knows who Tarantino is, his stories are amazing, and its good to see a talented man like him, sometimes step aside and let other people Direct, like Oliver Stone in Natural Born Killer. Another thing that i love about his movies, is how he moves from one time in a movie to another. He did it in Resevoir Dogs, in Pulp Fiction, and a bit in Kill Bill. He is a GOD in the movie industry, i have a lot of respect for him because he does so much for the industry, and his movies speak for themselves.

  47. First off, I would like to tell kelly that there is no question about QT’s fanbase. I’m 15 years old and i think he’s a fuck’n genious. It’s people like him that fill up the holes in my backyard. J/K

  48. First off, I would like to tell kelly that there is no question about QT’s fanbase. I’m 15 years old and i think he’s a fuck’n genious. It’s people like him that fill up the holes in my backyard. J/K

  49. what dose QT mean do somthing origanal he constantly rips off much better directors such as de palma, kubrick, argento. and hardley ever gives recocnition to all the shots he stole from de palma for kill bill.Also he says stupid things like nobody likes the who, i mean how arogant dose he want to get!

  50. what dose QT mean do somthing origanal he constantly rips off much better directors such as de palma, kubrick, argento. and hardley ever gives recocnition to all the shots he stole from de palma for kill bill.Also he says stupid things like nobody likes the who, i mean how arogant dose he want to get!

  51. i do like qt’s movies. but it seems to me that he talks about these exploitation movies he loves, and all the b grade movies like russ myer and H.Gordon.Lewis movies where it is puley about fun and entertainment. but i think personly QT would be to afraid of the critics response.he also claims he dosen’t try to say any thing in his movies, but thats bullshit. he’s constantly trying to make points in his movies, usally pretty obvious one’s.i want to see him make a movie like John Waters or Paul Morrisy or lucio fulci.I just get the feeling he feels that there has to be a little art in it but i think he puts it in on purpose wich there’s nothing wrong with but he denies he does that. and it would be good to see some no name actors in his movies for once,then we’ll see how good he is

  52. i do like qt’s movies. but it seems to me that he talks about these exploitation movies he loves, and all the b grade movies like russ myer and H.Gordon.Lewis movies where it is puley about fun and entertainment. but i think personly QT would be to afraid of the critics response.he also claims he dosen’t try to say any thing in his movies, but thats bullshit. he’s constantly trying to make points in his movies, usally pretty obvious one’s.i want to see him make a movie like John Waters or Paul Morrisy or lucio fulci.I just get the feeling he feels that there has to be a little art in it but i think he puts it in on purpose wich there’s nothing wrong with but he denies he does that. and it would be good to see some no name actors in his movies for once,then we’ll see how good he is

  53. I don’t understand what the fuck you’re saying “Lou”. Next time you post allow us the courtousy of adding a little thought and coherency to your writing.
    First off, plagerism is not something that should be under discussion here. Cinima is yet another form of art, and as all art is created through inspiration. Perhaps the work of other directors inspires something aside from jealous bashing and unwarented critisism.
    Sean Owen, have you even seen City on fire? Tarantino’s adaptation (even if it goes uncredited) is nothing but a compliment to Ringo Lam. Reservoir Dogs is an original work, while most might watch city on fire, or possibly the documentary “who do you think you’re fooling” (A film made by a University of Minnesota film student with the arogance to actually pursue an investigation into the topic) and consider themselves an authority on what Tarantino was thinking. The truth that you have been overlooking is this, Tarantino made Reservoir Dogs, he made Pulp Fiction, and he made Kill Bill, and while you may find similarites, you also find a style and attitude that you can’t replicate. The real art is the stuff you can’t copy, If you could simply borrow good material and make a good movie, I’d be having my grapes individually skinned in hollywood right now. BUT thats not the case. Quintin Tarantino put a lot more into his movies than a few borrowed Ideas and shots, thats the reason that City on Fire isn’t Reservoir Dogs, its also the reason that Dogs is a revolutionary piece of Cinema, while City on Fire is yet another bad movie.
    Oh yeah, one more for Lou,
    “it would be good to see some no name actors in his movies for once,then we’ll see how good he is”
    Its unfair for you to demand
    Unkown actors. (no name?, you asshole)
    While you may catagorize actors into “no name” and Celebrity, you should be thinking in terms of good actor and bad actor, neither of which has any relation to how known they are. Tarantino’s films are drowning in good actors, now where is the point in questioning that?
    Those of you who are so pecimistic of Tarantino’s work need to stop and watch the unreplacable enjoyment that I and many others on this site experience on a daily basis, pure cinematic beauty.

  54. I don’t understand what the fuck you’re saying “Lou”. Next time you post allow us the courtousy of adding a little thought and coherency to your writing.
    First off, plagerism is not something that should be under discussion here. Cinima is yet another form of art, and as all art is created through inspiration. Perhaps the work of other directors inspires something aside from jealous bashing and unwarented critisism.
    Sean Owen, have you even seen City on fire? Tarantino’s adaptation (even if it goes uncredited) is nothing but a compliment to Ringo Lam. Reservoir Dogs is an original work, while most might watch city on fire, or possibly the documentary “who do you think you’re fooling” (A film made by a University of Minnesota film student with the arogance to actually pursue an investigation into the topic) and consider themselves an authority on what Tarantino was thinking. The truth that you have been overlooking is this, Tarantino made Reservoir Dogs, he made Pulp Fiction, and he made Kill Bill, and while you may find similarites, you also find a style and attitude that you can’t replicate. The real art is the stuff you can’t copy, If you could simply borrow good material and make a good movie, I’d be having my grapes individually skinned in hollywood right now. BUT thats not the case. Quintin Tarantino put a lot more into his movies than a few borrowed Ideas and shots, thats the reason that City on Fire isn’t Reservoir Dogs, its also the reason that Dogs is a revolutionary piece of Cinema, while City on Fire is yet another bad movie.
    Oh yeah, one more for Lou,
    “it would be good to see some no name actors in his movies for once,then we’ll see how good he is”
    Its unfair for you to demand
    Unkown actors. (no name?, you asshole)
    While you may catagorize actors into “no name” and Celebrity, you should be thinking in terms of good actor and bad actor, neither of which has any relation to how known they are. Tarantino’s films are drowning in good actors, now where is the point in questioning that?
    Those of you who are so pecimistic of Tarantino’s work need to stop and watch the unreplacable enjoyment that I and many others on this site experience on a daily basis, pure cinematic beauty.

  55. to ben. did you even read my comment. i mention art. i say that i like his movies.all i’m saying is, when you copy somthing that was origanal and say you made it up, thats wrong and you know it. And yes he has done that. in kill bill there are shots that are taken from De Palma’s Blow out and dressed to kill and when qt was asked about those shots he said he made them up as he went along.And to say that his work is pure cinematic beauty is silly.QT would be the first to say his movies (apart from kill bill) aren’t that cinematic. dogs and fiction were about dialogue and structure and jackie was character development.And what i meant by using no name actors i meant bad actors.Because a hek of alot of Qt’s personal favourite movies have shocking acting and done on almost no budget,but they are still highly entertaing be cause of there content.I just don’t think his movies would stand alone on content.I mean most of the movies that QT showd at his film festival were b grade low buget expliotation movies wich are great but Qt wont make one because he knows not evryone will get it.I just think he should shut up and let his movies speak for him they are good movies.But his writing is kinda cheap he makes constant referances to actors and other movies so the audience knows where he is coming from.Wouldn’t be more exciting if we were unsure.Also dont forget De Palma, Kubrick, Argento, Fulci, Lynch, Solondz and Romero. QT’s good but there are better directors and less arrogant ones.And to those people who like sport or the band the WHO; according to qt where lying to ourselves, (what a dickhead).

  56. to ben. did you even read my comment. i mention art. i say that i like his movies.all i’m saying is, when you copy somthing that was origanal and say you made it up, thats wrong and you know it. And yes he has done that. in kill bill there are shots that are taken from De Palma’s Blow out and dressed to kill and when qt was asked about those shots he said he made them up as he went along.And to say that his work is pure cinematic beauty is silly.QT would be the first to say his movies (apart from kill bill) aren’t that cinematic. dogs and fiction were about dialogue and structure and jackie was character development.And what i meant by using no name actors i meant bad actors.Because a hek of alot of Qt’s personal favourite movies have shocking acting and done on almost no budget,but they are still highly entertaing be cause of there content.I just don’t think his movies would stand alone on content.I mean most of the movies that QT showd at his film festival were b grade low buget expliotation movies wich are great but Qt wont make one because he knows not evryone will get it.I just think he should shut up and let his movies speak for him they are good movies.But his writing is kinda cheap he makes constant referances to actors and other movies so the audience knows where he is coming from.Wouldn’t be more exciting if we were unsure.Also dont forget De Palma, Kubrick, Argento, Fulci, Lynch, Solondz and Romero. QT’s good but there are better directors and less arrogant ones.And to those people who like sport or the band the WHO; according to qt where lying to ourselves, (what a dickhead).

  57. It does not matter what anyone thinks of his films. I think he makes wonderful films. However, my opinion and everyone else

  58. It does not matter what anyone thinks of his films. I think he makes wonderful films. However, my opinion and everyone else

  59. r u kidding me?hollywood is going down,IS FULL OF BLOCKBUSTERS!everything seems 2 be so fucking “same”.Tarantino’s movies are the only ones 2 make an exception!what the fuck?Why can’t everybody see that?Keep on the good job Quentin .Me gusta mucho tus peliculas.son las mejores!

  60. r u kidding me?hollywood is going down,IS FULL OF BLOCKBUSTERS!everything seems 2 be so fucking “same”.Tarantino’s movies are the only ones 2 make an exception!what the fuck?Why can’t everybody see that?Keep on the good job Quentin .Me gusta mucho tus peliculas.son las mejores!

  61. ha, Iliana, i agree. After just seeing Reservoir dogs, pfft, Tarantino is on top of his game, i don’t know what they mean by he’s gonna die out, they can screw themselves and there gay ass FAST AND FURIOUS fluff movies. If it isn’t for tarantino, then who would bring out the “REAL” in movies?

  62. ha, Iliana, i agree. After just seeing Reservoir dogs, pfft, Tarantino is on top of his game, i don’t know what they mean by he’s gonna die out, they can screw themselves and there gay ass FAST AND FURIOUS fluff movies. If it isn’t for tarantino, then who would bring out the “REAL” in movies?

  63. While Tarantino is obviously the best filmmaker of this time period, time has obviously proven that his fanbase has gone downhill. Jackie Brown opened to a large audience who expected another Pulp Fiction. To their disappointment, Jackie Brown was new and different (in a nostalgic sort of way), which is just the thing that the American public doesn’t seem to appreciate. Kill Bill Volume 1 opened to an even smaller audience and, again, they were disappointed with the new and unique filmmaking style. The comments made by Christopher Kelly are, I’m sad to say, absolutely true. Don’t get me wrong; Quentin is my favourite filmmaker, bar none. But the fact is, the general movie-viewing public are not interested in movies that are true works of art, especially if the artwork pays homage to classic gems in film history like blaxploitation, film noir, spaghetti westerns and kung fu. Anyone who knows anything about movies is a fan of Quentin. You’ll notice that the period before and after a Tarantino movie opens, all forms of media slightly change. Before KB Vol. 1 hit screens, Benihana had their Kill Bill-esque advertising (their website continues to have a Kill Bill style Flash animation…http://www.benihana.com). After Pulp Fiction, Kool and the Gang’s “Jungle Boogie” was everywhere. More importantly, the film choices on cable and satellite movie channels are effected. Never in a million years would films like Death Rides a Horse and Truck Turner get airplay without Quentin’s influence. Like some of the other poster’s on this page, I am also a high school student (dropout, actually), and while I recognize that there are many youths who are interested in Quentin’s work, there’s far too few to make a difference in the number of people going to see his movies. As well, there are far too few in any age-group to give Quentin a license to print money. Those licenses are reserved for mediocre “filmmakers” like Michael Bay and Co. Let’s face it, unless Quentin decides to pay homage to the 2K “Fast and the Furious” type film (which I’m sure he would be able to breathe some life into that shitty genre anyway), Quentin’s audience is probably going to be hardcore fans from now on. As long as Harvey Weinstein is still a fan enough to give Quentin cash to make more movies, I’m fine with the idea that each time I see his movies in the theatre, I won’t have to worry about all the bubble gum chewing teens sitting next to me making noise; they’ll be next door seeing movies like Torque 5 and Scary Movie 8. Sure, Quentin won’t make as much cash, but I don’t think he does it for the money anyway.

  64. While Tarantino is obviously the best filmmaker of this time period, time has obviously proven that his fanbase has gone downhill. Jackie Brown opened to a large audience who expected another Pulp Fiction. To their disappointment, Jackie Brown was new and different (in a nostalgic sort of way), which is just the thing that the American public doesn’t seem to appreciate. Kill Bill Volume 1 opened to an even smaller audience and, again, they were disappointed with the new and unique filmmaking style. The comments made by Christopher Kelly are, I’m sad to say, absolutely true. Don’t get me wrong; Quentin is my favourite filmmaker, bar none. But the fact is, the general movie-viewing public are not interested in movies that are true works of art, especially if the artwork pays homage to classic gems in film history like blaxploitation, film noir, spaghetti westerns and kung fu. Anyone who knows anything about movies is a fan of Quentin. You’ll notice that the period before and after a Tarantino movie opens, all forms of media slightly change. Before KB Vol. 1 hit screens, Benihana had their Kill Bill-esque advertising (their website continues to have a Kill Bill style Flash animation…http://www.benihana.com). After Pulp Fiction, Kool and the Gang’s “Jungle Boogie” was everywhere. More importantly, the film choices on cable and satellite movie channels are effected. Never in a million years would films like Death Rides a Horse and Truck Turner get airplay without Quentin’s influence. Like some of the other poster’s on this page, I am also a high school student (dropout, actually), and while I recognize that there are many youths who are interested in Quentin’s work, there’s far too few to make a difference in the number of people going to see his movies. As well, there are far too few in any age-group to give Quentin a license to print money. Those licenses are reserved for mediocre “filmmakers” like Michael Bay and Co. Let’s face it, unless Quentin decides to pay homage to the 2K “Fast and the Furious” type film (which I’m sure he would be able to breathe some life into that shitty genre anyway), Quentin’s audience is probably going to be hardcore fans from now on. As long as Harvey Weinstein is still a fan enough to give Quentin cash to make more movies, I’m fine with the idea that each time I see his movies in the theatre, I won’t have to worry about all the bubble gum chewing teens sitting next to me making noise; they’ll be next door seeing movies like Torque 5 and Scary Movie 8. Sure, Quentin won’t make as much cash, but I don’t think he does it for the money anyway.

  65. I get how your saying his movies are losing it because of the society and the way people view movies, but he does make movies for himself, like many have mentioned before (including him), he makes movies for himself, if others like it then great!, but i still get where your coming from. He’s SO different that the case has turned into, not many people wanting to see his movies because there so different, but for some (including me) thats a good thing. And yeah, i’m happy i don’t have to sit next to those teens who watch torque 5 when i see tarantino’s movies.

  66. I get how your saying his movies are losing it because of the society and the way people view movies, but he does make movies for himself, like many have mentioned before (including him), he makes movies for himself, if others like it then great!, but i still get where your coming from. He’s SO different that the case has turned into, not many people wanting to see his movies because there so different, but for some (including me) thats a good thing. And yeah, i’m happy i don’t have to sit next to those teens who watch torque 5 when i see tarantino’s movies.

  67. uh i’m in no fuckin way a college kid from the early fuckin 90′s, and I can’t wait to see what Tarantino produces next. And by the way, ‘Intolerable Cruelty’ finished worst than Kill Bill(which was number fuckin ONE!), so yeah, stick that up your ass and shit it.

  68. uh i’m in no fuckin way a college kid from the early fuckin 90′s, and I can’t wait to see what Tarantino produces next. And by the way, ‘Intolerable Cruelty’ finished worst than Kill Bill(which was number fuckin ONE!), so yeah, stick that up your ass and shit it.

  69. QT is like a small peg below God, along w/ Sam Raimi and Peter Jackson. College kids my fuckin ass. Im 16, i saw a preview for Kill Bill and said, and i quote “i have to fuckin see this movie”. Saw it..hated it. BULLSHIT I HATED IT. it was fucking AMAZING. The anime sequence alone was worth it. VOL. 2 will be like an orgasm. I loved Kill Bill so much i have to see his other movies. Dusk Till Dawn was awsome, Pulp Fiction was wierd. I expected something different from what everyone said. Saw it again…fucking awsome, True Romance was great. I just want to see Reservior Dogs and Jackie Brown. Natural Born Killers is just a more violent True Romance, right? If its worth seeing tell me. As for that Kely douche. FUCK HIM man. He’s proboly some faggot who sits onhis ass crying over Cold Mountain or Intolerable Cruelty. FUCK THAT shit. Those movies are like a magic marker compared to KILL BILL, which is like pure, uncut cocaine.

  70. QT is like a small peg below God, along w/ Sam Raimi and Peter Jackson. College kids my fuckin ass. Im 16, i saw a preview for Kill Bill and said, and i quote “i have to fuckin see this movie”. Saw it..hated it. BULLSHIT I HATED IT. it was fucking AMAZING. The anime sequence alone was worth it. VOL. 2 will be like an orgasm. I loved Kill Bill so much i have to see his other movies. Dusk Till Dawn was awsome, Pulp Fiction was wierd. I expected something different from what everyone said. Saw it again…fucking awsome, True Romance was great. I just want to see Reservior Dogs and Jackie Brown. Natural Born Killers is just a more violent True Romance, right? If its worth seeing tell me. As for that Kely douche. FUCK HIM man. He’s proboly some faggot who sits onhis ass crying over Cold Mountain or Intolerable Cruelty. FUCK THAT shit. Those movies are like a magic marker compared to KILL BILL, which is like pure, uncut cocaine.

  71. I love Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, it’s so funny. I’m such a big fan of Kill Bill vol1. I never knew gore could be so hilarious. I’m a 17 yr old Junior in HS and I think Tarantino is The Shit.

  72. I love Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, it’s so funny. I’m such a big fan of Kill Bill vol1. I never knew gore could be so hilarious. I’m a 17 yr old Junior in HS and I think Tarantino is The Shit.

  73. well you know i hate to say this but she is right. Given the abysmal box office earnings Kill Bill had, the international indifference shown to the burned-out director, the crowds that failed to show up at theaters everywhere, critics throwing mud at tarantino by the heapload…
    WHAT THE FUCK IS SHE TALKING ABOUT?
    sorry, had to get that out of my system.
    Enjoy.

  74. well you know i hate to say this but she is right. Given the abysmal box office earnings Kill Bill had, the international indifference shown to the burned-out director, the crowds that failed to show up at theaters everywhere, critics throwing mud at tarantino by the heapload…
    WHAT THE FUCK IS SHE TALKING ABOUT?
    sorry, had to get that out of my system.
    Enjoy.

  75. I have so far seen pulp fiction (which I can proudly say I have watched so many times it’s probably into 3 numbers), jackie brown,resovoir dogs, NBK’s and true romance, which by the way, when I saw it on TV I didn’t know QT had wrote it but after about 10 minutes said to myself, ‘fuck me, this dialogue is borderline tarintinoesque’ and by the end has convinced myself that whoever had written the film was an absolute legend. when I saw the credits I laughed to myself. I was right.

  76. I have so far seen pulp fiction (which I can proudly say I have watched so many times it’s probably into 3 numbers), jackie brown,resovoir dogs, NBK’s and true romance, which by the way, when I saw it on TV I didn’t know QT had wrote it but after about 10 minutes said to myself, ‘fuck me, this dialogue is borderline tarintinoesque’ and by the end has convinced myself that whoever had written the film was an absolute legend. when I saw the credits I laughed to myself. I was right.

  77. Everybody loves movies. Generation shifts do not change that. Right now, I’m seventeen, and I saw Pulp Fiction when I was about 11 years old. So did many of my friends. Demographics are for advertisments. Tarantino knows that, and so do the people who fund his projects. A good movie is a good movie.

  78. Everybody loves movies. Generation shifts do not change that. Right now, I’m seventeen, and I saw Pulp Fiction when I was about 11 years old. So did many of my friends. Demographics are for advertisments. Tarantino knows that, and so do the people who fund his projects. A good movie is a good movie.

  79. true…..inglorious bastards is an old war movie in the 70′s 0r 80′s, but Quentin Tarantino’s “inglorious bastards” is already told that it is not a remake

  80. true…..inglorious bastards is an old war movie in the 70′s 0r 80′s, but Quentin Tarantino’s “inglorious bastards” is already told that it is not a remake

  81. “Lou ” are you a fucking idiot. I’m an actual real film fan , and so I actually realise that directors take styles from movies that inspire them and then alter them to suit certian scenes to make tham more poignent. And as for Tarantino saying that he made those scene up on his own he didn’t. I just saw an interview with him where he states several times how he was inspired by Brian De Palma in many scene (Particularly in Kill Bill v1 when Elle Driver is walking down the hall w/ a syringe and ‘twisted nerve’ in the background. I personally thought it was more Kubrick in A clockwork orange Opinions?). I’ve been addicted to films since i was about five, but I didn’t start apreciating Tarantino ’til I was 14 and I was on a Buscemi binge and I rented Reservoir Dogs. To Kelly, who doesn’t know shit about Tarantino fans, that movie got my attention. After watching hundreds of films (good, and bad) that film got my fucking attention and kept it. Tarantino isn’t a flash in the pan that can be treated like some 80′s teeny bopper idol, he’s a genius that has only picked up more fans w/ Kill Bill v1,2 .

  82. “Lou ” are you a fucking idiot. I’m an actual real film fan , and so I actually realise that directors take styles from movies that inspire them and then alter them to suit certian scenes to make tham more poignent. And as for Tarantino saying that he made those scene up on his own he didn’t. I just saw an interview with him where he states several times how he was inspired by Brian De Palma in many scene (Particularly in Kill Bill v1 when Elle Driver is walking down the hall w/ a syringe and ‘twisted nerve’ in the background. I personally thought it was more Kubrick in A clockwork orange Opinions?). I’ve been addicted to films since i was about five, but I didn’t start apreciating Tarantino ’til I was 14 and I was on a Buscemi binge and I rented Reservoir Dogs. To Kelly, who doesn’t know shit about Tarantino fans, that movie got my attention. After watching hundreds of films (good, and bad) that film got my fucking attention and kept it. Tarantino isn’t a flash in the pan that can be treated like some 80′s teeny bopper idol, he’s a genius that has only picked up more fans w/ Kill Bill v1,2 .

  83. Kill Bill is a montage of the movies Quentin Tarantino has grown to love… it’s heavily and honestly inspired and he doesn’t shadow that at all. He said in one interview that he extracted all the things he liked and left out the things he didn’t like about several films genres so towards the end of a project he’s seeing what is to him all enjoyable material. Because in the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s there was alot more experimental filmmaking. It hadn’t all been done before. These days, since true originality has been made impossible, filmmakers have to seek some kind of key inspiration and reflect it in their own way.

  84. Kill Bill is a montage of the movies Quentin Tarantino has grown to love… it’s heavily and honestly inspired and he doesn’t shadow that at all. He said in one interview that he extracted all the things he liked and left out the things he didn’t like about several films genres so towards the end of a project he’s seeing what is to him all enjoyable material. Because in the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s there was alot more experimental filmmaking. It hadn’t all been done before. These days, since true originality has been made impossible, filmmakers have to seek some kind of key inspiration and reflect it in their own way.

  85. quentin tarentino is the king of all movies he is the person that inspired me to be a director and i think anyone who tries to say otherwise is just a pissed off writer who never made it all seven movies to date are fu*king wicked i have all of them and i consider my self to know alot about movies so i no that he is the shit. i am only eighteen aswell and i think that whovever said he was like a boyband whos audience has grown up just needs to watch his films see his brillance and bow down in ore you rock quentin!
    looking forward to inglorious bastards
    Quentins number one fan by far

  86. quentin tarentino is the king of all movies he is the person that inspired me to be a director and i think anyone who tries to say otherwise is just a pissed off writer who never made it all seven movies to date are fu*king wicked i have all of them and i consider my self to know alot about movies so i no that he is the shit. i am only eighteen aswell and i think that whovever said he was like a boyband whos audience has grown up just needs to watch his films see his brillance and bow down in ore you rock quentin!
    looking forward to inglorious bastards
    Quentins number one fan by far

  87. About the college kids: if they haven’t seen all of QT’s films…they’re missing out. I’m only 16, and I’ve already seen all of his movies at least twice! I don’t understand while anyone would not enjoy his films, even though they are somewhat controversial. I enjoy them so much; they make going to the movies and spending $25.00 for popcorn, Twizzlers, and a Diet Coke worh it!

  88. About the college kids: if they haven’t seen all of QT’s films…they’re missing out. I’m only 16, and I’ve already seen all of his movies at least twice! I don’t understand while anyone would not enjoy his films, even though they are somewhat controversial. I enjoy them so much; they make going to the movies and spending $25.00 for popcorn, Twizzlers, and a Diet Coke worh it!

  89. i am in college, im 18, and i have not only seen all of tarantinos movies (wich of course includes reservoir dogs), but i am a huge fan of all of them

  90. i am in college, im 18, and i have not only seen all of tarantinos movies (wich of course includes reservoir dogs), but i am a huge fan of all of them

  91. totally fucking agree with kyle. In an hour long episode with Quentin Tarantino of Charlie Rose, Quentin said that all this time he was working on this huge war documentary thing. Kill Bill was a distraction from that which he couldn’t seem to finis. Ironically enough kill bill gave him inspiration for finishing the war movie. Kill BIll is also and ode to Uma Thurman if you will.
    okay that was fun

  92. totally fucking agree with kyle. In an hour long episode with Quentin Tarantino of Charlie Rose, Quentin said that all this time he was working on this huge war documentary thing. Kill Bill was a distraction from that which he couldn’t seem to finis. Ironically enough kill bill gave him inspiration for finishing the war movie. Kill BIll is also and ode to Uma Thurman if you will.
    okay that was fun

  93. i agree with the rest of you all, tarantino is a fukin great director and writer…i love all of his movies will continue to be a big fan…i have just recently jumped on the qt band wagon but i wish i would of been following him years ago…..i wish he had more acting roles……is just me or in pulp fiction during the bonnie situation….is qt just fukin hilirious…i could not stop laughin after his everyline….”ahh here ya go mr. woolfe”….ahhh fuk i luv it……what u guys think?

  94. i agree with the rest of you all, tarantino is a fukin great director and writer…i love all of his movies will continue to be a big fan…i have just recently jumped on the qt band wagon but i wish i would of been following him years ago…..i wish he had more acting roles……is just me or in pulp fiction during the bonnie situation….is qt just fukin hilirious…i could not stop laughin after his everyline….”ahh here ya go mr. woolfe”….ahhh fuk i luv it……what u guys think?

  95. i agree with the rest of you all, tarantino is a fukin great director and writer…i love all of his movies will continue to be a big fan…i have just recently jumped on the qt band wagon but i wish i would of been following him years ago…..i wish he had more acting roles……is just me or in pulp fiction during the bonnie situation….is qt just fukin hilirious…i could not stop laughin after his everyline….”ahh here ya go mr. woolfe”….ahhh fuk i luv it……what u guys think?

  96. i agree with the rest of you all, tarantino is a fukin great director and writer…i love all of his movies will continue to be a big fan…i have just recently jumped on the qt band wagon but i wish i would of been following him years ago…..i wish he had more acting roles……is just me or in pulp fiction during the bonnie situation….is qt just fukin hilirious…i could not stop laughin after his everyline….”ahh here ya go mr. woolfe”….ahhh fuk i luv it……what u guys think?

  97. i agree with the rest of you all, tarantino is a fukin great director and writer…i love all of his movies will continue to be a big fan…i have just recently jumped on the qt band wagon but i wish i would of been following him years ago…..i wish he had more acting roles……is just me or in pulp fiction during the bonnie situation….is qt just fukin hilirious…i could not stop laughin after his everyline….”ahh here ya go mr. woolfe”….ahhh fuk i luv it……what u guys think?

  98. i agree with the rest of you all, tarantino is a fukin great director and writer…i love all of his movies will continue to be a big fan…i have just recently jumped on the qt band wagon but i wish i would of been following him years ago…..i wish he had more acting roles……is just me or in pulp fiction during the bonnie situation….is qt just fukin hilirious…i could not stop laughin after his everyline….”ahh here ya go mr. woolfe”….ahhh fuk i luv it……what u guys think?

  99. In my opinion QT is the punk rock of film makers. Like The Ramones he’s amazingly ahead of his time. His work will only be apreciated more in the future. His films can only get better and more in-depth.

  100. In my opinion QT is the punk rock of film makers. Like The Ramones he’s amazingly ahead of his time. His work will only be apreciated more in the future. His films can only get better and more in-depth.

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