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Heroes Community > Other Side of the Monitor > Thread: Which one's the best Tarantino movie?
Thread: Which one's the best Tarantino movie? This thread is 5 pages long: 1 2 3 4 5 · «PREV
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posted March 22, 2017 07:56 PM
Edited by fred79 at 20:22, 22 Mar 2017.

artu said:
fred79 said:
Minion said:
For example Nat Turner and his folks slaughtered 50-60 whitey owners and their families in their rage...


proof? if true, i might actually have to watch that movie.

You never heard of Nat Turner, just wiki him. They even made a movie about him last year but although I downloaded it, haven't seen it yet. It's callled Birth of a Nation.


thanks, i'll check it out.

edit: ok, after reading about nat turner, i'll watch django. i TOLD you guys i'm not a history buff.

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posted March 22, 2017 11:59 PM

Man I haven't seen the Hateful Eight yet. This Tarantino talk is putting me into a Tarantino kind of mood.
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posted March 23, 2017 12:25 AM

For someone who constantly posts in the movie thread and watches a lot of movies, you sure know how to skip the good ones! The Godfather, the Hafeful Eight, next thing I know you've never seen the Good, the Bad and the Ugly or Seven either.
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posted March 23, 2017 01:21 AM
Edited by Blizzardboy at 01:22, 23 Mar 2017.

I've seen the Godfather before, lol.


And the other ones. Except Hateful Eight.
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posted March 23, 2017 01:29 AM

You denied it when I asked if it was a joke, so all that story about your uncle was just messing around?
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posted April 06, 2017 09:50 AM

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If you're talking about Michael Corleone - perhaps yes. Vito Corleone on the other hand, apart from Marlon Brando's signature performance, is not as well developed as in the book in my opinion (due to lack of time among other things) - you need the second Godfather to "finish" his character (although you also need it for Michael to some extent).
But anyway, none of these has anything to do with Tarantino so let's move to another thread if you want to continue this discussion. I'm going to see the new Trainspotting now.

While browsing for something else entirely, I've stumbled upon this. It's fun to read in a "little things you didn't know" kind of way, but when you read between the lines, it has a lot to offer () about why I prefer the movie to the book; the intro, the finale, all the key stuff when it comes to the impact of how a story works. For instance, in the book, we have Kay going to church and praying for Michael to be forgiven as the finale, I never knew Coppola filmed that detail but decided to leave it out, it was a spot on decision, everything else is the same, when Clemenza enters the room to pay respect, Kay suddenly realizes "it's all true" and the transformation of Michael from "this is my family, this is not me" to "business is business" is complete, because at that moment, he is even a liar to the one he loves most, the door is closed. The book has more detail naturally but how to focus on and emphasize what matters, that's where the movie excels.

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