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Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 4:08 pm
by Diabolos80
1. Django
2. Basterds
3. Bill
4. Pulp
5. Jackie
6. Dogs
7. H8
8. Dodge Challenger

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 5:15 pm
by Mocktm
I'll play. I didn't love Hateful Eight. Thought it had some fat that needed to be trimmed. That said, having a really hard time not buying print...

1. Pulp Fiction
2. Reservoir Dogs
3. Inglorious Basterds
4. Kill Bill Vol. 1
5. Kill Bill Vol. 2
6. Django Unchained
7. Jackie Brown
8. Hateful Eight
9. Death Proof

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 6:17 pm
by fantasticninja
Lol, people splitting up Kill Bill into two films and deciding which one is "better". Just stop...stop..it's one film, so judge it as such. You don't judge half a movie, and I'm wondering why people really are when it IS one movie.

But, I've never been able to rate his movies. They're all equal because they offer something different in each IMO and they're all 10 when I'm watching them. Well, nvm..Django Unchained is a 9 because it's missing over an hour of content and cuts characterization of King. Also a few sloppy cuts, especially where it cuts to "his name is King" showing Django in his new garbs.

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 6:48 pm
by irishlastname
fantasticninja wrote:Lol, people splitting up Kill Bill into two films and deciding which one is "better". Just stop...stop..it's one film, so judge it as such. You don't judge half a movie, and I'm wondering why people really are when it IS one movie.

But, I've never been able to rate his movies. They're all equal because they offer something different in each IMO and they're all 10 when I'm watching them. Well, nvm..Django Unchained is a 9 because it's missing over an hour of content and cuts characterization of King. Also a few sloppy cuts, especially where it cuts to "his name is King" showing Django in his new garbs.
"Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair" is one movie. Volume One was released in October and Volume Two was released the following April. Two movies. Doesn't matter if he wanted it to be one movie, it wasn't released as such except in a super limited release.

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:04 pm
by binky79
1. Django Unchained
2. Inglorious Basterds
3. Hateful Eight
4. Death Proof
5. Kill Bill
6. Reservoir Dogs
7. Pulp Fiction
8. Jackie Brown

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:16 pm
by 35mmpaul
yeah. its two movies.

Back to the Future Pt. 2 and Back to the Future Pt. 3 are separate movies. As are Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions even though they tell the one story.

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:24 pm
by jkw3000
I like Quentin Tarantino movies.

Also puppies. And kittens.

And lamp. I love lamp.

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:25 pm
by BangElDesh
Since a loophole was discovered in my buffet analogy, I'll try another.
If I went on a vacation to China & didn't like it, I wouldn't continue to go to China over & over again until I enjoy having vacations in China. Much like watching movies, there are a huge number of countries to visit. So why continue to visit the same one with the hopes that your opinion of it will change? Life is short. My time is valuable. I don't know about yours.

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:29 pm
by jkw3000
BangElDesh wrote:Since a loophole was discovered in my buffet analogy, I'll try another.
If I went on a vacation to China & didn't like it, I wouldn't continue to go to China over & over again until I enjoy having vacations in China. Much like watching movies, there are a huge number of countries to visit. So why continue to visit the same one with the hopes that your opinion of it will change? Life is short. My time is valuable. I don't know about yours.
I dunno, considering China isn't inherently static - like, it's a country and capable of changing and evolving culturally - you probably could enjoy it on a later trip. Like seeing a movie you didn't like as a child and realizing it can speak to you in a different way as an adult. Your point's still valid though, life is short, if you want to roll with something based on initial feelings and move on because you value your time that way then cool.

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:37 pm
by 35mmpaul
BangElDesh wrote:Since a loophole was discovered in my buffet analogy, I'll try another.
If I went on a vacation to China & didn't like it, I wouldn't continue to go to China over & over again until I enjoy having vacations in China. Much like watching movies, there are a huge number of countries to visit. So why continue to visit the same one with the hopes that your opinion of it will change? Life is short. My time is valuable. I don't know about yours.
Because its a big ass country with infinite possibilities of experiences and memories. And you might meet someone in the billions of people that are there that could change your life and your perspective on a country where you may have not had the best experience.

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:44 pm
by whiskaz
Jackie Brown was and remains underrated, imo. It came out after the hugely popular Pulp Fiction and I think everyone expected PF2. I can count the number of movies I've gone to see multiple times in the theater on one hand (Jackie Brown and No Country for Old Men and... I think that's it). The soundtrack is one of my favorites from QT also.

1) Jackie Brown
2) Inglorious Basterds
3) Reservoir Dogs
4) Kill Bill Vol 1
5) Death Proof
6) Django Unchained
7) Kill Bill Vol 2
8. Pulp Fiction
9) Hateful Eight

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:45 pm
by 35mmpaul
is my loophole big enough for ya?

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:47 pm
by rubberneck
Jackie Brown is the one movie I totally reversed my opinion on since theatrical release.

I adored Reservoir Dogs for its novel structure around the heist, Pulp Fiction raised this bar with its inverted chronology and incredible sidebar for characterization.

I expected next level dramatics and fireworks with JB and instead got a mature slow burn film with great acting and dialog, which I totally missed on a first viewing. Now I consider it one of his top three, less showy than his following films and with a sense of confidence in how it's plot plays out.

I agree gut reaction rarely changes on most films, this was the exception for me.

Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:50 pm
by BangElDesh
35mmpaul wrote:is my loophole big enough for ya?
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Re: The Hateful Eight 16 Edmiston

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:51 pm
by 35mmpaul
daw kitten.