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Desc:For Evil Homer, who asked about my username
Category:Classic Movies
Tags:, Madonna, Tarentino
Submitted:John Holmes Motherfucker
Date:06/21/16
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Comment count is 26
EvilHomer
Your user name is Reservoir Dogs?
lotsmoreorcs
yeah, i don't get the reference

Gmork
You probably turned it off before he said it. Tarantino is incredibly punchable.

Cena_mark
And terribly overrated.

Cena_mark
What I hate about Tarantino films is that you're constantly reminded that you're watching a Tarantino film. Random dialogue, references to retro film styles, and musical wankery, and tons of other forms of wankery.

lotsmoreorcs
tarantino was firing on all cylinders with the hateful eight, i don't get why people can't appreciate that film. it's an instant modern classic, a timely little window in the bloody little dramas that will play out for many of us when the shit starts to fall apart

memedumpster
Hateful 8 was like watching a Hitchcock movie, which was great!
It was also way too long and the third act was a laundry list of film mistakes from shit narration, to show don't tell violations, to shoehorning in late characters to... well, at least it was cheap to make.

Turn it off when the coffee gets poisoned and make up your own ending.

memedumpster
Note, what I call the third act I think the movie cards officially called the fourth act, for some reason.

EvilHomer
Wasn't Hateful 8 an Adam Sandler film?

memedumpster
You're thinking of Pulp Fiction.

TeenerTot
Nah, you're thinking of Jack and Kill Jill.

Doc Victor
People probably hate on hateful eight because it challenged their preconceptions about QT as a filmmaker and forced them to confront the fact that he has continually evolved as a filmmaker and despite falling back on some very lazy techniques and tropes for a good ten years there, he has rocketed back to creative brilliance and is finally making good on the promise of his big first three. In other words people wanted a "Tarantino film" meaning a pastiche of a Tarantino film, or at least something that they could lull themselves into accepting as the status quo despite its greater inherent value (Django).
Also don't forget that people are quick to turn on anything as soon as it becomes popular in a way that they can't claim ownership of it any more. The people scoffing at QT are probably doing so as a knee jerk reaction to anything that threatens their little bubble of "smart" exclusivity, when every tom dick and Harry can recite pulp fiction lines verbatim how COULD it be any good? Surely the ability of a film to reach a wide audience is a sign that it is cultural sewage and far beneath the attentions of the enlightened.
I'm a reservoir dogs man, always have been, so I thought H8 was pretty fantastic.

hammsangwich
I've all of Tarantino's movies except for the last..few, Django and Hateful Eight. They are all good except for Kill Bill. Uma Thurman just annoys the hell out of me.

lotsmoreorcs
did you guys know his first real contribution was to crimson tide? i like to think hes just building up to that powerhouse vega brothers movie

Cena_mark
I didn't see Hateful 8, because QT's films suck.

Adham Nu'man
Quentin Tarantino is a great director. Even his shittier films (Kill Bill, Django, Death Proof) have their great moments. He's rich enough and popular enough that he can now pretty much do whatever the fuck he wants, which can sometimes be a dangerous trap for great directors (see David Lynch's overabundant and rambling Inland Empire), but to claim to be "above Tarantino" is just being a snob. His worst films are always above average and at least somewhat interesting, his great films are great. Nuff said.

Nominal
Ouch, Inland Empire. Not since McBain has a movie's structure been so random.

Nominal
As far as Tarantino, he knows his technique, and Reservoir Dogs was impressive within its limitations, but I just cannot ever get past the masturbatory too cool for school dialog.

Cena_mark
I'm above Tarantino. Way above. I'm no snob, just a guy with taste.

John Holmes Motherfucker
Mr. Pink
What I hate about fucking Tarantino films is that you're constantly reminded that you're watching a fucking Tarantino film. Random dialogue, references to retro film styles, and musical wankery, and tons of other forms of fucking wankery.

Mr. Blonde
tarantino was firing on all fucking cylinders with the hateful eight, i don't get why people can't appreciate that film. it's a fucking instant modern classic, a timely little window in the bloody little dramas that will play out for many of us when the shit starts to fall apart

Mr. White
Hateful 8 was like watching a fucking Hitchcock movie, which was great!
It was also way too long and the third act was a fucking laundry list of film mistakes from shit narration, to show don't tell violations, to shoehorning in late characters to... well, at least it was cheap to make.

Turn it off when the coffee gets poisoned and make up your own fucking ending.

Note, what I call the third act I think the movie cards officially called the fourth act, for some fucking reason.

Mr. Orange
Wasn't Hateful 8 a fucking Adam Sandler film?

Mr. White
You're thinking of fucking Pulp Fiction.

Mr. Brown
Nah, you're thinking of fucking Jack and Kill Jill.

Nice Guy Eddie
People probably hate on hateful eight because it challenged their preconceptions about QT as a filmmaker and forced them to confront the fact that he has continually evolved as a filmmaker and despite falling back on some very lazy techniques and tropes for a good ten years there, he has rocketed back to creative brilliance and is finally making good on the promise of his big first three. In other words people wanted a "Tarantino film" meaning a pastiche of a Tarantino film, or at least something that they could lull themselves into accepting as the status quo despite its greater inherent value (Django).
Also don't fucking forget that people are quick to turn on anything as soon as it becomes popular in a way that they can't claim ownership of it any more. The people scoffing at QT are probably doing so as a knee jerk reaction to anything that threatens their little bubble of "smart" exclusivity, when every tom dick and Harry can recite pulp fiction lines verbatim how COULD it be any good? Surely the ability of a film to reach a wide audience is a sign that it is cultural sewage and far beneath the attentions of the enlightened.
I'm a reservoir dogs man, always have been, so I thought H8 was pretty fucking fantastic.

Mr. White
I've all of Tarantino's movies except for the last..few, Django and Hateful Eight. They are all good except for Kill Bill. Uma Thurman just annoys the fucking hell out of me.

Mr. Blonde
did you guys know his first real contribution was to crimson fucking tide? i like to think hes just building up to that powerhouse vega brothers movie

Mr. Blonde
I didn't see Hateful 8, because QT's films fucking suck.

John Holmes Motherfucker
>>As far as Tarantino, he knows his technique, and Reservoir Dogs was impressive within its limitations, but I just cannot ever get past the masturbatory too cool for school dialog.

Are you saying that the dialogue is bad? It almost sounds like you're saying that having good dialogue is somehow a bad thing. You know that if Qurentain really worked at it, he could write dialogue like every other screenwriter, and you're disappointed in him for giving up.

I can still remember hearing a reviewer on NPR talk about Reservoir Dogs, and he started with this very scene. Gangsters talking about Pop Culture was strange and new, but it was also perfectly feasible. But it's not just random. , Mr. Brown's fucked-up theory about "Like a virgin" establishes an undercurrent of violence and menace from the very first minute.

>>What I hate about Tarantino films is that you're constantly reminded that you're watching a Tarantino film.

this is like saying that what you don't like about comedies is that they keep reminding you that you're watching a comedy, by putting in jokes. if you don't like being reminded that you're watching a Tarentino film, you probably should have seen something else. Maybe you just don't take joy in listening to actors speak. When Captain Koons tells young Butch all about his Father's watch that he carried in his ass for three years, that's just storytelling, one of the oldest pleasures we have as humans, but some people are probably waiting for the movie to start up again.

Bort
When this was in the hopper I assumed it was submitted by Dicks Dicks Dicks Dicks Dicks Dicks Dicks.
Binro the Heretic
Tobe?

Who the fuck is Tobe?
Hooker
JHM has a tag for all the videos he submits as a pretext to talk about himself. This is the 12th entry.

Jesus Christ.
EvilHomer
We hate you, JHM.

John Holmes Motherfucker
>>>JHM has a tag for all the videos he submits as a pretext to talk about himself. This is the 12th entry.

Actually, I think I'm going to remove that tag. It's meant for when I submit my own videos.

>>>We hate you, JHM.


Well, apparently, most of you guys hate Tarantino, so I'm fine with that.

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