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inglourious basterds

i love tarantino work. we watched “inglorious basterds”, it’s great, a little bit long… but the ending makes it worth it🔥
tarantino movies always are great and he developed his own unique style. 61 more words


Get medieval on your dialogue’s ass. 20 ways to craft killer screenplay dialogue

Amazing dialogue is one of the fastest ways to improve any screenplay.
Here are 20 ways to boost everything but the big print.
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of authorship at the time of youtube and netflix.

    The Internet grants access to a wider cinema experience on a range of multimedia platforms (Jullier, and Leveratto) through more or less legal streaming services, from Netflix to pirate websites accessible on a variety of differently sized screens (Hudson, and Zimmermann). 448 more words

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Book review: The Amnesia Girl by Gerri R. Gray

The horror genre is vast and catches comedy in its net. Gerri Gray’s The Amnesia Girl is a shining example of top-class comedy-horror.

“Filled with copious amounts of black humor, Gerri R. 529 more words

Top 50 Soundtracks and Scores of All Time

Music is essential to film, ever since silent movies were shown with an accompanying piano track to add to the atmosphere of sitting in a dark room watching a string of moving pictures. 1,037 more words


Inglorious Basterds - The Final Showdown

Inglorious Basterds is Quentin Tarantino’s movie, released in 2009. Holding a revenge theme in a Nazi Germany, the scene we will look at is the final scene, called “The Final Showdown”. 964 more words


(X-Post from The Panther Online) Satire | Dodge College announces new Wes Anderson and Quentin Tarantino minors

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Starting this fall, the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts will offer Wes Anderson and Quentin Tarantino minors.

“We saw a huge market for these two specific directors,” said a Dodge College representative. 157 more words