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The Form of the Shapeless (An Essay)

Pulp Fiction (directed by Quentin Tarantino in 1994) is a movie that twenty years later is still talked about constantly. Praised as being one of the greatest films of modern cinema, many aspects sparked conversation and controversy. 1,667 more words


From Dusk till Dawn: The Series // R E V I E W //

For people like me who have seen the From Dusk till Dawn the 1996 movie, I was curious as to how director Robert Rodriguez could make a TV series adaption. 250 more words

This Day In Actioners History 4/16/04

10 years ago today Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill Volume 2 (2004) starring Uma Thurman opened in U.S. theaters.


Great Expectations (Movies that impressed or depressed)

You know when you put off renting a movie for a while, because it stars an actor that sets your teeth on edge, or it got bad reviews, or it got great reviews, but you’re sure you won’t like it? 1,353 more words


Kill Bill Volume 2 (2004)

Directed by Quentin Tarantino.

Kill Bill Volume 2 is not a sequel to the first volume, but the second half of an epic, four hour movie that was filmed at the same time but split into two. 731 more words

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Would I Die to See Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel?

Maybe it’s the terribly relevant fact that mass shootings in  populated areas have become a major American problem, or maybe it’s because I came of age rather dramatically in a post 9/11 world, but whenever I sit down in a movie theater, I imagine bombs going off on the other side of the screen, and me not being able to hear them over the surround sound. 1,168 more words


Show Biz Buzz Extra: Jerry Lewis' Cement Shoes

On a day he was immortalized in Hollywood cement, 88-year-old Jerry Lewis was still being funny. Usatoday.com reports the legendary actor/director/producer turned his hand-and-footprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theater into a comic showcase on Saturday morning. 324 more words