ITT we post overrated directors. Starting. Pic very much related
Well i suppose it is his writing I've had most issues with. His movies seem to try to grasp for a higher level of intelligence than he's able to achieve. And then they all fail and fall down to being loved by middle and high schoolers. Plus he goes over the top on gore to the point it take s me out of the film and destroys the immersion for me.
I can see that, he does seem to miss on a lot of his attempts to write something amazing. The Gore can be a tad distracting. His choices for cast, and the way he shoots scenes though are fantastic.
I like how I already thought lens flare before even reading the filename
Made nothing but cheesy overrated movies for boring old people. Little to no character development, his story lines took forever to unfold and when they did they disappointed, anti climactic, terrible casting, atrocious cinematography. Amateur at best, he's basically film 101 if they introduced film class to grade schoolers. Inb4 but hurt fanboys. Name one decent movie by this clown. Protip, cant
Tarintino's films are some of the best made in terms of raw entertainment value, comedy, and originality.
The Hateful Eight, Django Unchained, Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction are all objectively well made movies. They have excellent effects, characters and plots, and they'll be classics forever.
If you don't like them you're probably just nitpicking.
Absolutely. Here's my pick. One great film and a bunch of mediocre ones.
He deserves to be on here multiple times.
Really like him and his movies, but I think people give him too much credit for his artsy style. I think it's sometimes a bit too forced.
Must be the most overrated piece of shit
To be honest, I rarely even know who the director is before I see a movie. I just wach the movies that look like they might interest me. I've never seen a movie solely because it has a certain actor or director or producer.
This guy makes films for the film students, that's it
If he didn't diddle his kids he'd be held in higher regard right now. Still a great director.
Hell, Polanski doped and then ass-fucked a 13 year old. And he gets nominated for Oscars.
No, I really think story is very important. His movies are really good at showing real-life themes in outlandish ways, but Grand Budapest was just a stale cake covered in pretty icing.
Nope. This guy.
Take any Tarantino movie and you will notice that the plot could be always summarized in "There's a guy who tries to get his revenge for the entire plot and he will made it in the ending after some random splatter scenes and dialogues who are so silly and unrealistic to be considered funny and good"
This. I think no one really appreciates his movies...they just say that to appear smarter for some kind of reason.
t. the weekend film critic with 0 qualifications to judge when a movie is "good"
probably a Michael Bay enthusiast as well. If it doesn't have explosions and tits, this faggot will call it "overrated garbage"
Out of his big movies Reservoir Dogs was about the only film he made that made any kind of sense.
Pulp Fiction required a lot of alcohol and weed.
Kill Bill was what Mortal Kombat should have been.
Not "overrated" per say, but hes fucking pushing it.
That movie was made early on in his acting career. Do you really think he'll just stop whatever oscar bait he's working on just to go fuck around with Warwick Davis for a few months? For a sequel only 90s kids would bother to go see in theaters? Both of them have moved on to bigger better shit that pays more.
Are you kidding me? Reservoir dogs is basically finding the guy who betrayed his robbery mates for getting revenge.
You are half-right with Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown:
Pulp fiction has many revenge scenes like the "WHAT?!" or Marcellus and Butch pursuit sequence that are basically half the movie. The other half is utterly ridicolous and silly dialogues about random splatter episodes that just happened or are going to happen.
Same with Jackie Brown like the "car" scene or the ending, with the only difference that Jackie Brown is more boring and has a scene in which a guy shoots someone for having talked too much.
True romance is just a random b-movie.
>on an image board
>gives people shit for posting an image
you might just be the definition of retarded.
>"There's a guy who tries to get his revenge for the entire plot and he will made it in the ending after some random splatter scenes and dialogues who are so silly and unrealistic to be considered funny and good"
Good for them. No one's saying they can't enjoy it. I didn't.
Though that gimp scene had me laughing my ass off for hours on end....
Think that's the thing with most Tarantino movies. Everyone has scenes they love and remember, even if they didn't find the movie that great.
>True romance is just a random b-movie.