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Top Ten Tarantino Tracks

 Quentin Tarantino is a master of the use of music in film. Using everything from pop music to award-winning film scores he has crafted some of cinemas most memorable moments and music is central to his achievements. 818 more words

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Kill Bill volumes 1 and 2 are, in my opinion, two of the most underrated films created by the genius that is Quentin Tarantino. I have heard countless people refer to it as “The one where your one chops people’s heads off,” and it frustrates me greatly that this is what people think of when they hear of Kill Bill, as it is more than just a woman killing people. 262 more words

Uma Thurman

Il est vrai que je porte dans mon cœur les acteurs connus pour avoir joués dans les films de Tarantino mais Kill Bill et Pulp Fiction n’en sont pas l’unique raison, Uma Thurman est selon moi une actrice pleine de talent et unique en son genre. 555 more words

Acteurs Et Actrices Critiques

Lady Snowblood (1973)

Lady Snowblood is the vicious tale of a cycle of vengeance carried out by a young girl named Yuki (Meiko Kaji — who also played the lead in the Female Convict 701:  Scorpion series).  353 more words

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Tarantino: Two more, and I'm out!

When a superhero dies, stay dead, I say.  When a WWE wrestler retires, hang up that belt for good, I say.  No more comeback matches.  When a smoker says they are going to quit, you darn tootin’ better put the tobacco away.   501 more words

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Quentin Tarantino Still Insists He Will Retire After 10 Films

Quentin Tarantino is close to taking his final bow.

Tarantino sat down with Ann Lewnes, CMO of Adobe, at Adobe Max — The Creativity Conference in San Diego on Thursday, discussing his start in the industry, from screenwriting to directing, followed by his inspirations that led him into the field. 284 more words

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Livia Lone: a killer woman

Stop right here if you can’t abide a moral crusade. Right on the zeitgeist, author Barry Eisler follows in the footsteps of writers like Andrew Vachss with his latest standalone thriller. 561 more words

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