Can we all agree that he was the most
hatefulof the eight? He was pure calculating evil.
>/pol/ didnt like it, it must be bad
The scene with the major and the confederate general mirrors the scene with the bear jew and the nazi soldier, you fool. It's designed to make you empathize with somebody you would normally make the bad guy in your head automatically.
hes fucking disgusting and deserved what he got, shame he lasted so long
>sees all the carnage strewn about the room
>this starts playing
>smash to black
WELL IL BE DOUBLE DOG DAMNED
Are you saying that just to be contrarian or are you literally that retarded? Kurt Russell is never the weakest in anything he's in, and most people that saw the movie, including critics agree that Goggins was one of the best parts of the movie. I know that just because a lot of people like something doesn't necessarily make it good, but in this case, I think there's a consensus that you're wrong.
self defense the old man was reaching. besides there were more pressing matters at hand with the poisoned coffee. Mannix was very close to drinking it himself and was willing to trust Warren.
I'm sure everyone in the room realized Warren was just baiting him for a reaction. The fact that the Lincoln letter was bogus just bolsters the fact that his dingus story was most likely bullshit.
Things I liked: The performances besides Tim Roth., the last two chapters, Chris Mannix, the Ennio Morricone music.
Things I hated: Tarantino's narration, Bruce Dern's character felt like a waste, the music that wasn't Ennio Morricone, the random slo-mo moments in the dialogue
Yeah. It's possible he may have killed him but he wouldn't have done all that. He said it earlier in the film. "Keeping a desperate person alive is a good way to get yourself killed." Or something like that.
I actually interpreted the Lincoln Letter as being real, even if it made no sense based on that last scene.
But yeah, the blowjob thing was a lie for sure. He might have not even known the kid, but if he did, he shot him and moved on at most.
As the RLM review notes the plot nosedives once the "twist" (if you can even call it that) is revealed.
It's not a movie about 8 interconnected motives, it's about the original 3 in the caravan vs. everyone in the cabin.
I feel the movie nosedives as soon as Sammy Jackson Jr starts telling his story.
It feels like an aside that takes way too long and breaks up the pacing of the movie which is up to that point on point.
Tarantino in general in the last few movies goes overboard with people talking forever. If you look at his earlier works it's more to the point and concise in delivering what we need to know.
In the last few he goes full Mamet and has people chatter back and forth repeating shit in loops
"did I say something"
"did you say something?"
"I think I said something to you"
"what did you say?"
"didn't you hear me say it?"
and so on. H8ful could use a lot of those moments being trimmed down considerably.
>decided to cop out and have it easy
>implying having everyone in the cabin be in on it with a previously unseen/unmentioned character thrown in isn't harder than just having Michael Madsen be the culprit.
>implying Warren didn't have principles
He stopped the sheriff from shooting Daisy dead.
He honored Ruth's wish to have to her hanged.
He was the one who gave the sheriff the gun instead of just lining him up with the rest.
You just hate him because he burned muh white boys.
>mfw everyone ignores the fact that this is the ultimate red pill movie
A black man and a white man from completely polar opposite backgrounds are able to put aside all their differences and come together to kill an annoying, ornery cunt
did he actually do anything wrong though?
he was most likely lying about raping the guys son and only killed him in self defense when he came for his bounty and was just baiting him into grabbing the gun so he could take him out before he took him out or tried to rile up Goggin's character to do so
plus I doubt he intended to burn down that entire prison, he just burned down enough for him to escape and it spread, I'm sure he didn't risk his ass to go around burning every section on purpose
>tarantino copped out because of what a trailer edited by other people who have nothing to do with the movies production after the script was leaked online and performed in public and I'm just not a dumbass who cant follow twists
tfw pepe wasn't rare enuff
Samuel Jackson cucks Daisy in front of Kurt Russel
I forgot how much I loved this guy. He's got a slick charm to him.
He singlehandedly fucked up the entire rescue attempt because he couldn't wait. He didn't even bother to let his partners in the poisoning considering they seemed as bewildered as everyone else.
Do people not realize that Mannix reading a Lincoln letter (a fake one but whatever) to Warren with that patriotic music playing as the camera pans to Daisy's swinging corpse is the greatest fucking thing ever?
>Finish hanging her
>THAT WAS A NICE DANCE
>DAT SURE IS BEAUTIFUL
And that's why THIS chapter is called "Domergue's got a secret."
I did this:
the action or sound of laughing
He also got such a prominent position in the Army by his success slaughtering Natives with the cavalry. Whether or not you think this was bad irl, for the movie it was part of his "hatefulness".
What the HECK was the point of the ten minute scene of them putting in the posts to the outhouse only to never show even one person go take a dump? I was thinking it was gonna be a major plot device later, not just here dump my guns that are probably worth the equivalent of a car today down a toilet.
Ah yes then, sorry bout the retard thing. I didn't mind Tim Roth, but I thought his character was completely forgetable. Even Madsen's character sticks in my mind more...I feel like he was trying too hard do a Christoph Walz impression.
When Kurt Russell said "one of these people isn't what they say they are" I wanted so so badly for it to just go full on thing mode and have all these wild folks deal with that situation on top of their trivial bounties and muh honor and that jazz.
>Caring about the title of the movie.
Madsen seems like a good fellow, but not for this movie. He was in it just to be in it, and didn't really add much of value as a main character.
I believe it's up to the audience.
I didn't like the blow job story either. Thought it was too far fetched, and actually pretty tasteless. Was very graphic, and I was fighting to justify Warren's actions. "He must just really need to get off." but yeah, I would rather believe it was made up, like the Lincoln letter, which also could possibly be real if so the audience decides for themselves.
I agree that the ending of this movie was fucking awesome. Throughout the last chapters, I was constantly scrambling trying to figure out how QT was going to end it, trying to see if he would take any potentially shitty, easy routes. He surprised me, made sure to craft his own way out of the story.
He wrapped it up nicely and sweetly with two guys, who were initially on spiteful terms, getting together to hang a bitch and then die sweetly over their victory.
>SLJ to Goggins "Maaan, I was wrong about chu!!"
Warms me up.
QT made sure the film would end with the audience rooting for the fellas that are happy and goals-fulfilled in the end.
The end was a very grim situation, but it was a happy atmosphere. It was a fucking happy ending.
My only complaints for this film was how long and dragged the beginning seemed to be, some random bits of slow-motion when Warren got his nuts blown off, Madsen's character, Warren's BJ story, and the inconsistency with Minnie disliking Mexicans and her not reacting to Bob in the flashback (unless it was another lie from Warren.)
>how long and dragged the beginning seemed to be,
Django Unchained had the exact same problem, but once Calvin Candie and Stephen are introduced it picks up. Same with this movie when they finally get to the Haberdashery.
There is a small island in the Himalayan Sea called Malderiki, upon which I own a large mansion. Every year after the first rain, the Newport Beach Wine Society (of which I am a member) gathers at my mansion to watch the island's natives grovel in the mud as their pathetic straw dwellings are ripped apart by the rising waters. On this island there is also a fish, called a Piranha Giganticus. Coinciding with the first rain, this fish swims into the flooded island and begins to feed on the older and weaker natives of Malderiki. Unable to defend themselves from the killer fish and utterly helpless, the natives make their way to my mansion in makeshift canoes. At this point, the Newport Beach Wine Society opens a bottle of pre-revolution French Chardonnay, dated no later than 1760, and places wagers on which native will be the first to reach the high ground of my sprawling lawn. Once the fish has fed and returned to the Sea, there are typically a handful of natives left on my lawn, at which point we activate the electric fence and release the crocodiles. Last year, during the crocodile feeding, a tiny speck of native flesh was flung from the lawn up to the balcony where the Newport Beach Wine Society was gathered and landed on my shoe. I retrieved the piece of flesh and placed it in my mouth, washing it down with a glass of Moldovan Pino Griggio. Right now, YOU are that piece of flesh
The trailer is cut to make it look like a whodunit.
The taglines they use in the trailer are there to make it seem like a whodunit.
The pre-movie hype called it a whodunit.
Nigga you are stupid.