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re: Quentin Tarantino Drops ‘The Movie Critic’ As His Final Film

Posted on 4/23/24 at 6:59 pm to
Posted by Jay Are
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2014
4876 posts
Posted on 4/23/24 at 6:59 pm to
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Its been apparent to me for years that True Romance has been hid away probably because nobody wants to offend the second most holy exalted race


I guess scotty doesn't know that true romance is available for digital rent and purchase from the major digital outlets, or that it got a big 4k physical rerelease less than 2 years ago.

But if it's apparent to you...
Posted by PowerTool
The dark side of the road
Member since Dec 2009
21265 posts
Posted on 4/24/24 at 12:03 am to
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Dig into the humongous catalogue of Donald E. Westlake and his pen name Richard Stark.


Have you read many? I read one a few years ago and meant to check out more, but never got around to it.
Posted by supatigah
CEO of the Keith Hernandez Fan Club
Member since Mar 2004
87588 posts
Posted on 4/24/24 at 11:49 am to
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Go back and watch Inglorious Basterds....

Nothing against him.

But he's either embarrassing or worse, sort of distracting or annoying or worthless in QT movies. Tarantino actually pulled off a trick...he made has-been Travolta look like a movie star and made Brad Pitt not look like a movie star. That's sort of what I'm talking about. He's a terrible fit for QT movies.


Walton Goggins was the perfect actor for Lt Aldo Raine and it is a damn shame he didnt get the role
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