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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Bruce Wayne, May 10, 2018.
He showed up at the Polanski residence looking for “Terry”, Sebring sent him packing
this is weird
This wasn’t a movie about Manson. It was a Manson-adjacent flick. The story was all about Dalton & Booth
Don’t understand the second watch sentiment, but I realize I’m in the minority as moviegoer here.
Just doesn’t seem like there’s anything to be gained from a second watching on the big screen (you’re not going to pick up on something you missed the first time around sort of thing). It’s a movie that was shot very well and, narratively, was neatly wrapped with a bow tie.
Curious to hear what non-second run movies you guys have done this for.
Just an anecdote...nothing to get one’s panties in a bunch about...chill yo
i assume we're a little loose at the moment
He isn’t the big bad guy of the movie tho
Complete transparency: I ignore the anti-Lyrtch posts on TMB because we’ve broken bread together and I think you’re a good dude. If you are trying to make an off-handed comment I made about an Oops tweet I found ridiculous into a thing, we can do this
My Oops post was irrelevant and I’ll take my laps for posting it
Hold on...((googles “inherently”)
Yeah it doesn’t make any sense.
Maybe if you’re implying that person is always incorrect
Creepy that you call an 8 1/2 month old a “woman”.
I saw it last night and thought it was 'meh'.
There wasn't a plot line. Only part that had a plot was at the end when they were breaking into the house. It ended cool and made me think it was good, but it wasn't. Went from a 2/10 to 4/10 because of ending.
What did I miss that everyone loves?
Have you seen a Tarantino movie before? Honestly asking
Yes. It was just like all of his.
It was drawn out and boring most of the time. The people in the theater also had pretty bad energy, so when I laughed at weird things I felt like a weirdo.
The dialogue was classic Tarantino to me which is what I enjoy the most about his films
Go fuck yourself, bruh
It seemed like a meandering stream of consciousness, but I fucking loved it.
Now go kill yourself
Trust me I’ve tried, I suck at it.
I had high expectations.
I fucking hated it.
Damn. I hate to hear this.
I knew (eventually) someone ITT was going to tell someone to kill themself. Jesus.
nah, just a day in the life of some people in 1960s hollywood. Showed you the aging actor, classic TV shows, hippie culture, and classic LA.
Very character driven. Thought Leo was fucking amazing. Just liked the choices he made, like his little stammer.
Plot comes and goes, but when you have such interesting characters, you can do that.
The recreation of 60s Hollywood was astounding
I'm speaking in regards to a plot driven structure breh.
I'm going to go see it again this weekend.
Hateful Eight is the only QT I've been disappointed in
Kill Bill 2 was the only QT movie I’ve been disappointed with
I also love that Quentin is just like “Look. I love feet. You think that’s creepy? Well, I’m leaning into it HARDER!”
Apparently not as bad as my opinion on movies sucks
my issue is there isn't any real character development for a movie that is very character driven
leo has the one good acting scene which makes you think it's all gonna turn around for him but that doesn't really seem to pay off for him
it'd be interesting if after the movie ends bc sharon is alive he can meet roman polanski and get into one of his movies which creates his career but that never got touched on
that's the whole point of the ending. You don't know what is going to happen to him.
Him nailing that scene with the little girl signifies that he has what it takes if he actually tries instead of just acting like a manly cowboy. It doesn't mean it saved his career. It doesn't mean it didn't, tho.
I'm not sure how much character development one should expect for a movie that takes place in essentially two days that are six months apart.
There doesn’t have to be. Does Dazed and Confused have much of a plot or character development?
That was very good
Remarkably restrained for Tarantino. He’s evolving
Can’t recommend seeing that on film more if you can. Really adds to the whole aesthetic
Only “1” more to go
Literally no one believes he’ll actually retire after 10
He loves his own filmmaking too much
He said he wants a “clean” filmography that ends at 10 movies. And that he might move to TV
BUT I don’t really believe him
What did that movie *mean*
I have no idea but it was fun
theres been some next level awful takes about this movie out there
I did find this review fair though and it touches on the different topics that have been bouncing around