New Tarantino Movie Based On Manson Family Murders

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  1. Manny

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    I'm real as a donut, motherfucker.
     
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  2. Det. Frank Bullitt

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  3. Joe_Pesci

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    somewhere in the bottom half of his movies for me but i still enjoyed it
     
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  4. War Grundle

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    As of now it’s #4 for me behind IB, Django and Jackie Brown. After a few re-watches I’m sure it will climb to #3.
     
  5. Jean-Ralphio

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    Just came back from seeing it. absolutely loved it, so many great laughs, so much great acting and a hell of an ending. This wont be great for people expecting a plot. it was sorta like pulp fiction in that regard, but my god was it great.
     
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  6. hipsterjoe

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    pulp fiction had a plot. It just wasn’t in chronological order
     
  7. Jean-Ralphio

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    I’m not saying that pulp fiction doesnt have a plot, i’m not saying this doesnt either, but it felt similar how the plot is not what drives the movie. or not for me at least.
     
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  8. Professor Moriarty

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    What’s interesting is Leo had a top 2 greatest transition from TV to film where someone like Luke Perry never escaped the vacuum of TV. Timothy Olyphant is type cast since starring in 2 of the best “western” TV shows around. And the dude playing a character who’s face is never on screen is played by one of the biggest movie stars of our generation.
     
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  9. paulski

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    Saw it this morning. Agree with some of the other posters that it's probably not in my top half of QT's movies, but I still enjoyed it for what it was. The last 20 minutes was a worthy payoff - I only wish even more of those dirty hippies had gotten what they deserved.

    Pitt was amazing throughout. Easily the best thing in the movie for me, which is impressive considering how friggin hot Margot looked in 60's get-up.
     
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  10. War Grundle

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    I’m going to try and see it again in theaters. Guessing it moved to top 3 for me on another rewatch.
     
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