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Looks like Quentin did it again!

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I liked his old stuff, but since Inglorious B-stards everything is just blood and guts, violence for the sake of gore, it is getting tedious.He is a masterful movie maker he can do better than insult moral standards, I expect someday he will make a movie glorifying child abuse and his fans will praise it.Sorry IMO he can do better.

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I liked his old stuff, but since Inglorious B-stards everything is just blood and guts, violence for the sake of gore, it is getting tedious.He is a masterful movie maker he can do better than insult moral standards, I expect someday he will make a movie glorifying child abuse and his fans will praise it.Sorry IMO he can do better.

 

Amen. NPR pressed him in an interview about all the violence in Django Unchained, and he got very, very defensive.

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I liked his old stuff, but since Inglorious B-stards everything is just blood and guts, violence for the sake of gore, it is getting tedious.He is a masterful movie maker he can do better than insult moral standards, I expect someday he will make a movie glorifying child abuse and his fans will praise it.Sorry IMO he can do better.

Agreed..he does have some great movies but it can be a little much at times..............so is this a sequel to Magnificent seven?..lol

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I liked his old stuff, but since Inglorious B-stards everything is just blood and guts, violence for the sake of gore, it is getting tedious.He is a masterful movie maker he can do better than insult moral standards, I expect someday he will make a movie glorifying child abuse and his fans will praise it.Sorry IMO he can do better.

 

 

Amen. NPR pressed him in an interview about all the violence in Django Unchained, and he got very, very defensive.

 

 

Agreed..he does have some great movies but it can be a little much at times..............so is this a sequel to Magnificent seven?..lol

You know, one theme that seems to be inside the plots of his movies is the futility of hate.

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I'm a big movie fan, but I could never stand Tarantino;

 

Kill Bill, Reservoir Dogs & Pulp Fiction = totally awful and overrated;

Natural Born Killers= shockingly bad and boring - I didn't even make it through the first hour;

Inglorious B's = really boring...no REALLY boring!

 

Now I don't mind extreme scenes of violence or gore, for instance Silence of the Lambs is a great film and it's grim scenes are in context with the plot, but Tarantino made his career on that whole 'shockingly disgusting' thing IMO and most of his films lack a great story/ plot. Violence for the sake of it for the most part. I'd prefer to watch a b movie horror film than Tarantino - at least they are amusing!

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I'm a big movie fan, but I could never stand Tarantino;

 

Kill Bill, Reservoir Dogs & Pulp Fiction = totally awful and overrated;

Natural Born Killers= shockingly bad and boring - I didn't even make it through the first hour;

Inglorious B's = really boring...no REALLY boring!

 

Now I don't mind extreme scenes of violence or gore, for instance Silence of the Lambs is a great film and it's grim scenes are in context with the plot, but Tarantino made his career on that whole 'shockingly disgusting' thing IMO and most of his films lack a great story/ plot. Violence for the sake of it for the most part. I'd prefer to watch a b movie horror film than Tarantino - at least they are amusing!

 

I can't disagree, for someone who has as much talent as he does he really doesn't need to go the gutter route, I couldn't watch Kill Bill, or Inglorious Bats, the violence in Django was just over the top. I'm done with his flicks.

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Amen. NPR pressed him in an interview about all the violence in Django Unchained, and he got very, very defensive.

I thought Django was great!

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