God damn it, why is every other thread STILL a star wars thread but no goddamn threads about the best movie of the year??? What does /tv/ think? I mean jesus, even if yoi think it's bad, you've got to think it's better than TFA.
sorry bub, there has been at least 1 thread a day, usually a long one
also there are always big black dingus threads that pop up
i thought it was good but wanted a bit more than just a jail break plot, i kind of wanted everyone to have some secret against another person, sort of like Clue or something
best actor definitely Goggins though, hoo boy
He claims it's his 8th film.
1. Reservoir Dogs
2. Pulp Fiction
3. Jackie Brown
4. Kill Bill: Volume 1
5. Kill Bill: Volume 2
6. Death Proof
7. Inglourious Basterds
8. Django Unchained
9. The Hateful Eight
This movie taught me a few things
The confederates were largely shit (they really did kill union prisoners all the time) but I was pretty invigorated by the young confederate's "You was our brothers" bit.
It doesn't matter how bad you make a black character MUH SLAVERY will absolve him and no one will comment on how he was actually kind of a shitty dude.
People are fucked and revel in torture so long as they think it's justified. The amount of people laughing during the scene where Samuel L Jackson is walking the white dude through the snow made me wonder.
I'm glad they hung the bitch at the end though. Didn't think he'd have the stones to do it.
____RIP qt 3.14____
The mystery ended as soon as it started. That really pissed me off because it had potential: we spend time developping the characters backstories and when it was time for the game to begins ,tarantino let his boner for niggers and gore take over.
>The amount of people laughing during the scene where Samuel L Jackson is walking the white dude through the snow made me wonder.
I laughed during that scene and I'm /pol/ as fuck. It was the BIG BLACK DINGUS that caught me, even though I knew it was coming it was just hilarious how he said it.
Channing Tatum explained this. He said what's his face had his sister and would kill her if anything went down. Hence the deception, he wanted them to get his sister safe before killing folks.
Not saying it's a good explanation, but there you go.
wow, no baseless qt haters in this thread in 30+ posts, I am fucking mystified.
This movie was not that good, you guys. Long winded and kind of boring. It had all the trademarks of a Tarantino film, being cool and edgy and full of well acted and interesting characters.
But mostly it felt to me like another round of Tarantino shouting "look at how quirky and cool my movies are!"
what kind of criticism is long winded? I was on the edge of my seat for most of the movie, every character was angry as fuck and had a gun. there's a perfect blend of dialogue, humor, and violence to keep the run time from being a deterrent, like most of tarantino's films.
It was definitely fun to watch.
If people chatting about bullshit in a carriage keeps you on the edge of your seat, good for you. I kept waiting for something interesting to happen and it didn't until halfway through the movie.
I completely wasn't expecting Hateful Eight to be my MOTY but it's undeniable desu. I also loved Spotlight and Sicario quite a bit, but I didn't feel like Hateful Eight had any boring or weak moments. Nice, quaint mystery film and that score was almost jizz-inducing.
People with different endgames, that all really don't want to be with one another, talking about civil war era without any politically correct censoring, with the threat of possible violence or deceit which comes and goes as the conversation becomes more heated.
Something interesting to point out:
In Pulp Fiction, Tarantino made sure Mia and Marsellus Wallace never appeared in the same scene together because he didn't think audiences were ready for a black man and white woman to be on the screen together
hey, a fellow /pol/lock out stretching his legs on /tv/. sup.
Have you paid any attention at all to the trivial shit the feminists and trans otherkin are willing to get mad about these days? A forced BJ would rustle them for sure.
what abt 4 rooms, true romance and natural born killers?