How did everyone enjoy this movie? I wasn't able to see it in 70mm, but I went in with absolutely no expectations and loved all of it. A lot of people are split on this movie, but what did /tv/ think of it
The build to the cabin was a little too much. I get that it helped develop the characters and all, but even for Tarantino, it felt too dragged out. That's really my only issue with it.
>revealing the coffee poisoning thing instead of it just happening which would've been fantastic
>Mannix's intro was too long
besides that, great film
it was at least an hour longer than it needed to be but I didnt dislike it
it reinforced the anti american idea of the confederates being evil nigger hating slave owners, which really triggered me and made me hate the movie right away. there was fuck all plot other than everyone killing each other. it felt historically inaccurate, even though there are people alive today who have met people who were alive close to that time
Just came back from it
I loved it. Acting, dialogues, some cinematography, etc, perfect.
I'm an editor but some cuts were really awful and distracting.
Zoe Belle is fat and can't act. Stick to body double.
I enjoyed it but was disappointed by the last half of the movie. All that talk about spending the next 2-3 days at Minnie's, and biding their time (Domingre gang) but everything went down on the first day.
i liked the movie, thought it was fun
but dragged down by the shitty unnecessary narration and equally unnecessary pandering to people who called django racist
a gay interracial blowjob scene that has jack shit to do with the main story? samuel jackson can just openly insult all white people around him with no backlash whatsoever?
I had no idea what it was about, I went to see it with my uncle not even knowing tarantino directed it, not knowing anything. Loved it, amazing movie.
I loved the door
>"YA GOTTA KICK IT"
>"YA GOTTA FUCKIN KICK IT"
>"THAT DOORS A WHORE"
It was ok.
I had a hard time caring about any of the characters because they're all so villainous. I know that's the point but it doesn't make it any easier to have investment in the movie. I was rooting for the mexican because he wasn't saying much.
Thinking of it more like an adapted play, I really enjoyed it. Reminded me a lot of Reservoir Dogs, characters in one setting slowly devouring each other, Tarantiny said that he's considering putting this on as a play once he's finished his tenth film, which I think would work better. The 70mm and intermission and such really contributed to it, one of the best actual experiences I've had watching a film. Didn't even mind the Dingus scene that I knew was coming since it fit well into Jackson's character as a manipulative storyteller.
Wasn't exactly what I was expecting but I enjoyed it for what it was. I'd give it a
How's that Lost Cause treating you, traitor scum? Your ancestors were so scared of not being able to own other people that they betrayed their country. What a bunch of pussies. They were THAT scared of having to work their own damn fields or actually pay employees.
You're lucky they only let Sherman burn Atlanta
Being a Confederate, or even worse, a limp-dicked spineless Rebel apologist, is just about the most un-American thing you can do. Besides paying for other people's healthcare or burning the flag.
I liked it but I think it would have been 100 times better if every person was lying and trying to get something out of another different person instead of the split sides thing that we got
once you knew about the 4 passengers, some of the scenes became less interesting in retrospect...like Tim Roth's hangman speech. Why did those 4 guys even bother keeping up the charade for so long, etc.
>Why did those 4 guys even bother keeping up the charade for so long, etc.
C-Tate stressed restraint and patience because he knew the second anything happened, or the second Ruth suspected anything, Daisy was dead meat.
It was kind of weird that after insulting all white people, lying constantly, making fun of people for believing him, and then killing the dudes idle in front him, that Jackson and the white dude became best buddies at the end of the movie. That made no sense. My only big problem with the movie.
He should have wanted to kill Jackson just as much as the gang members.
This webm re enacts my experience with this movie
>Imagine the top of the tree as the first two Acts of the movie with the introduction of characters and how they all interact with one another
And the rest of the webm represents my feelings of the cluster fuck he called an ending.
You missed the point, bucko. They both cared about justice. They may have disliked each other, but they pulled through for each other in the name of justice against the gang. That was the best part of the movie.