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Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)

Any thought of this being a sequel could not be applied to this film, due to the fact that, as most people will know, this was never meant to be a second film, but part of one film which was cut into two as somebody at the company had the idea of making more money… Who would have thought Hollywood would do something like that? 551 more words


Ranking Tarantino

Quentin Tarantino made a little news recently when he indicated that he’s likely to direct just two more feature films. Whether this holds true or not – we shall see. 518 more words


Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)

A Fantastically enjoyable adventure of which not many come close to being this good, a revenge story that pulls you in from the moment it starts. 617 more words


Kill Bill: Volume 2

Plot: Picking up where the first film left off, The Bride tracks down her ex-boyfriend Bill, who tried to kill her whilst pregnant with his child. 391 more words


Amazing fake trailer shows us what Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Suicide Squad’ would look like

Suicide Squad is hopefully going to be one of the best movies from the DC Comics cinematic universe, a story about a team of anti-heroes assembled by the US government to take part in a crucial suicide mission. 226 more words


The Hateful Eight: The Mark of Mystery

Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight is probably one of the most well crafted movies in the director’s already impressive roster. It’s also a bold work, especially in today’s modern political climate. 657 more words

Literature Effect Blog

¡Consumamos alta visualidad!: "High-Rise" (Ben Wheatley, 2016)

Ir al cine para ver una novela revela, cuando menos, una incomprensión profunda del funcionamiento de ambos medios, de su temporalidad y de la forma con que nos presentan su pensamiento. 2,531 more words