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#135 - Also take it all with a grain of salt because I am a die hard … 06/05/2014 on The Future of Feminisisim 0
#134 - Jackie Brown was definitely done well and hold its own in arti…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/05/2014 on The Future of Feminisisim 0
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#135 - brokensocialscene (06/05/2014) [-]
Also take it all with a grain of salt because I am a die hard fan of Tarantino, and I love everything he's done in his career so far
#133 - No absolutely I agree, in terms of caliber of his previous wor… 06/05/2014 on The Future of Feminisisim 0
#69 - i liked it more than jackie brown  [+] (3 new replies) 06/04/2014 on The Future of Feminisisim 0
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#71 - MasterManiac (06/04/2014) [-]
Really? I thought Jackie Brown was great. Deathproof, however, was totally devoid of any form of plot. In fact the only film more lacking of storyline was probably The Rum Diary and to be honest they're probably tied in that respect.
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#134 - brokensocialscene (06/05/2014) [-]
Jackie Brown was definitely done well and hold its own in artistic merit, but generally I found it to be lack-luster in comparison to his other films, purely due to the fact that I didn't find it very engaging. This movie is definitely not his best movie by any right but when you consider the whole it came from, Grindhouse, it was totally supposed to be a grimy, brutal, B-style thriller and Quentin Tarantino being the huge fan of that style that he is definitely saw this as an opportunity to have fun with his characters. Its definitely a thin plot and I think that's totally intentional just to give way to the fun of the movie in general. I love the characters in this movie just due to the fact that they all are so definable to themselves and actually have interesting dialogue, which apart from Samuel L Jackson and maybe Pam Grier, I can't really say that in relation to any character in Jackie Brown. Even so, I still enjoy both movies immensely
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#135 - brokensocialscene (06/05/2014) [-]
Also take it all with a grain of salt because I am a die hard fan of Tarantino, and I love everything he's done in his career so far
#7 - buttblasters 7 06/04/2014 on The Future of Feminisisim 0
#136 - death griiiipsss  [+] (1 new reply) 06/04/2014 on Add "in my ass" 0
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#150 - ljxjlos (06/04/2014) [-]
So damn good.
#4 - great movie though, seriously  [+] (17 new replies) 06/04/2014 on The Future of Feminisisim +29
#79 - GetOnMyHorse (06/04/2014) [-]
It was one of Tarantino's lesser films.
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#133 - brokensocialscene (06/05/2014) [-]
No absolutely I agree, in terms of caliber of his previous works this movie is definitely not as fleshed out and as immersive as a classic Tarantino movie, but I also believe that was his intention. Grindhouse in general was supposed to be an homage to B-rated movies and their pulp style (much similar to the concept of pulp fiction itself), and is obviously a genre/ style/ idea that Tarantino is obsessed with. I absolutely love Tarantino and everything he's done so I may be biased, but as a film for what it is I do believe it served its purpose as a fun raunchy B-style movie that he obviously grew up with and has paid many homages to throughout his career
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#22 - MasterManiac (06/04/2014) [-]
Seriously? It was two hours of women talking about their boyfriends and relationships with about ten minutes of action. If you are a Tarantino fan then avoid this film at all costs, it is easily the worst film he's ever directed.
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#69 - brokensocialscene (06/04/2014) [-]
i liked it more than jackie brown
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#71 - MasterManiac (06/04/2014) [-]
Really? I thought Jackie Brown was great. Deathproof, however, was totally devoid of any form of plot. In fact the only film more lacking of storyline was probably The Rum Diary and to be honest they're probably tied in that respect.
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#134 - brokensocialscene (06/05/2014) [-]
Jackie Brown was definitely done well and hold its own in artistic merit, but generally I found it to be lack-luster in comparison to his other films, purely due to the fact that I didn't find it very engaging. This movie is definitely not his best movie by any right but when you consider the whole it came from, Grindhouse, it was totally supposed to be a grimy, brutal, B-style thriller and Quentin Tarantino being the huge fan of that style that he is definitely saw this as an opportunity to have fun with his characters. Its definitely a thin plot and I think that's totally intentional just to give way to the fun of the movie in general. I love the characters in this movie just due to the fact that they all are so definable to themselves and actually have interesting dialogue, which apart from Samuel L Jackson and maybe Pam Grier, I can't really say that in relation to any character in Jackie Brown. Even so, I still enjoy both movies immensely
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#135 - brokensocialscene (06/05/2014) [-]
Also take it all with a grain of salt because I am a die hard fan of Tarantino, and I love everything he's done in his career so far
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#6 - spawnconnery (06/04/2014) [-]
What movie?
#9 - astarothaufromage (06/04/2014) [-]
Scary movie. But it's a part where they mock teh movie deathproof. The guy is a killer so in a way this is a good thing.
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#8 - khaoticonefear (06/04/2014) [-]
Looks like Deathproof. decent movie. cheesy. but still decent.
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#10 - frenzyhero (06/04/2014) [-]
thought it was called deathrace? Was made in 70s right?
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#13 - garin (06/04/2014) [-]
Deathproof was a Tarantino film made 2000+, Deathrace WAS a 70's film and then they made a remake. But the picture is making fun of the film Deathproof
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#14 - frenzyhero (06/04/2014) [-]
oh. So was I like, at least partially right?
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#15 - garin (06/04/2014) [-]
Yeah sure, Death Race was made in 73. Take that as a win
#16 - anon (06/04/2014) [-]
gotta take em where ya can
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#7 - brokensocialscene (06/04/2014) [-]
buttblasters 7
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#5 - tvfreakuk (06/04/2014) [-]
Those girl's were kinda bitches in that they left their friend at the barn as collateral; I was like "what the fuck?"

Other than that one small thing I really liked it too
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