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Django Unchained

Pranav Kothiwal

Slavery, love, revenge and the Spaghetti Western culture don’t sound like things that can be united in a film but Quentin Tarantino’s unique style helps him in doing so. 1,746 more words


I was lecturing today upon the art of visualisation — getting from words on a page to images on a screen. I wanted to show the first talking scene from THE GRADUATE but I also thought “What the hell?” and showed the whole title sequence. 319 more words


Superman: Modern Day Socrates

In Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill vol.2, Bill has a very interesting monologue. Perhaps the most famous monologue in the entire two-part saga.

The essence: he slices through the very nature of Superman, and argues for the idea that  249 more words


Tarantino's 9

Which cult classic tops the list?

Quentin Tarantino, the eccentric director of some of Hollywood’s biggest ever blockbusters, is infamous in the film industry and is well documented to having a small, yet extremely impressive, resumé of films. 1,579 more words



A Tarantino fan I will not become all that easy. But, reviled as it may be by cinematographic experts and connoisseurs, his film Inglorious Bastards I consider a masterpiece. 626 more words


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Quentin Tarantino Could Be Directing His Next Film Set In The 70's

Anytime Tarantino news surfaces on the interwebs, it’s something to explore. The man is a powerhouse as a writer and director and pure storyteller in general. 394 more words