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My Theory That Kurt Russell's Characters Are Actually All The Same Person

Kurt Russell is one of my favorite actors to watch. His plucky charm seems to radiate from his somehow perfectly round, and perfectly sharp at the same time, face. 935 more words


Briefcases, Gold Watches and Miracles: Pulp Fiction

The epitome of cool, the film in Tarantino’s arsenal that solidified his cult status, borrowing heavily from the aesthetic of Jean-Luc Godard, Band of Outsiders being the key influence, and shaping forth his most well-rounded feature. 719 more words


Quentin Tarantino makes his one true action movie, and it’s glorious

This needull talks about Kill Bill: Vol. 1. An action movie where Tarantino goes no holds barred on action scenes.

Kill Bill—the whole bloody affair—is messy.

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Confessions of a Reluctant Crime Reader no.6: Three Drops of Blood and a Cloud of Cocaine

I have a confession to make… as excited as I was for this book I wasn’t sure if it could live up to its strapline: ‘written with the pace and controlled violence of the very best Tarantino film.’ Well guess what? 560 more words

Soundtrack Thursday #23

Today’s track goes to:

“Across 110th Street” – Bobby Womack

Film: Jackie Brown

A signature theme to an underrated Tarantino classic.  No further words needed.  Just enjoy. 46 more words

Soundtrack Thursday

Jackie Brown Movie Review - 1997

Crime, Drama, Thriller

Year: 1997
Creator(s): Quentin Tarantino
Starring: Pam Grier, Samuel L Jackson, Robert Forester

Mild Spoilers

Written By: William R Wortham

Most crime dramas are good examples of plausible real life cruelty and psychological extremes. 519 more words

Movie Reviews

Inglourious Basterds

In general I am not fond of any movie about war, but I am intrigued by this movie. When I see this movie for the first time on HBO (I have neither read its review nor seen the trailer yet), the first thing that interests me is the title, the misspelled of “basterds”.   182 more words