>qt Melanie Laruent
>every scene is hilarious or is bursting with personality
>shot and edited to perfection
>pacing is spot on
Here's how I rank them. Feel free to r8.
3. Reservoir Dogs
4. Kill Bill 1&2
5. Pulp Fiction
6. Jackie Brown
7. Death Proof
(Normally I would rank Death Proof last, but I bumped it up recently due to the fact that it probably helped bring based Kurt Russell to H8ful)
Movie has really good scenes mixed with drawn out boring ones, most up and down movie I have ever seen. That being said I really enjoyed it as a whole. Mostly because of melanie being qt
>tfw no qt blonde Jew to smoke cigarettes, speak french, and own a theatre with
I can't do it anymore
The only thing I disliked about IB was right after Roth brains the nazi.
The bat clicking was genius. The "you get that for killing Jews?" part was cool.
Then he gets all goofy as shit yelling about Teddy Williams. Every time I watch it, it sticks out as odd to me for some reason.
>Jackie Brown that low
based Melanie is a decent director too, have you seen this /tv/?
Personally, and i don't know why because all his films have done it, I cannot stand the celebrity actors in IB.
Brad Pitt is shit casting and Mike Myers appearing for no reason pissed me off. He should've known to cast someone less famous actors (regardless of whether Miramax insisted or not).
3. Inglorious Basterds
5.Kill Bill Vol 2
7.Kill Bill Vol 1
9. Hateful 8
Yes I fucking know Kill Bill Vol 1 and 2 are supposed to be one film but I god damned for sure didn't see them at once in the theaters. For me they are separate experiences.
The one thing i didn't like about IG was the ending. There was do doubt the heroes would succeed. If the IGs failed, the theatre fire would kill the Nazis. If the fire plot somehow failed, the IGs would kill the Nazis. And the Nazis had no idea these forces were ranging against them, so they were sitting ducks.
So there was really no tension in the ending. No underdogs striving against impossible odds. The outcome was obvious and inevitable, and therefore kinda boring,
(I would swap Kill Bill and Inglorious though, i really couldnt handle all the scene with the Basterds, seriously retarded, mixing "german soldiers" with "nazis" and ending in revenge porn for jewish psycho Tim Roth...
Kill Bill first part had some good ideas.)
Django was 50% great (first half) 50% utter trash (the other half). I don't know how i would rate it compared to Death Proof.
Problem with tarintono is that he cant write a straight narrative to save his life. Hes so shit at it that he has to break his movies into "chapters" which really take out of the continuity. I liked basterds and kill bill but holy fuck man learn how to write.
>tfw wanted everyone on both sides to survive in the bar scene
I want to show this to my mom because she really gets way too into intense movies and it's really funny to see her crazy reactions to suspenseful scenes, but she has no tolerance for gore. Should I show it to her anyway and just tell her there are a few times she might want to look away?
I feel like that's the point. You've seen so many WWII movies, heard about endless failed assassination plots of Hitler, so you're thinking throughout, "damn, this seems like it's in the bag - how is it gonna fail?" And then...it doesn't.
Because he's an unapologetic opportunist
He became a well respected officer and is smart enough to know that Hitler's death would end that and probably mean his death
She ruined his cushy life
It's the same reason he sold out the high command, he knew he had exactly what he needed to save his ass and secure a different but no less comfortable life
D R O P P E D
Seen it couple weeks ago, thought there were gonna be some girlxgirl but there were none. Kind of disappointed.
>I believe in the "official narrative"
>make him unique.
Yeah except hes not the first or second or third or even fourth guy to do it. thats old as fuck and its just a crutch for his lack of writing skills. go back to reddit you fucking faggot.
>Yeah except hes not the first or second or third or even fourth guy to do it
In that manner? Yes, he's pretty much the first. He took a storytelling method from novels and adapted it to film. Why are you so desperate to be a special snowflake, idiot?
>hurr I think cinema started with Tarantino
tarentino has never had an original thought in his life. EVER
stole the plot from city on fire
ever heard of a film called lady snowblood?
"interpretation"/rip off of an existing film
"interpretation"/rip off of an existing film
the best movie hes ever made and its an adaptation. not his original material.
hell that "iconic" pulp fiction dance scene is from 81/2.
if you seriously think he did telling stories by chapter "first in that manner" then youre a massive fucking pleb who needs to watch more films or at least complete one more semester of whatever dogshit community college film school youre going to.
She was the worst kind of evil.
>Jackie Brown the best movie hes ever made
The thing I hate the most about Inglorious is that they put the nerdy jewish guy from Freaks and Geeks into the Basterds. Like I'm supposed to believe that a 5'5" 120 lb little dude is part of some elite commando unit? They couldn't find any jewish guys who actually looked the part of a commando?
Also why did the Basterds even have to be jewish anyway? What purpose did it serve? IB is jew porn for hollywood execs (who are all jewish). Also why did they have to carve a swastika into Christoph Waltz's head at the end? He ended WW2, saving millions of lives in the process. Sure he did some bad things but the good he did ultimately outweighed the bad. The reason they do it at the end is because the movie is jew porn.