Tarantino’s “Unchained”


Massive hype.

I won’t go see it.  Ever.  Tarantino is one of the most overrated writer/actor/Director/Producers ever.  Some of his movies are watchable, most are not. None of them have ever been great movies. But somehow he gets this “aura” of wonderfullness where people feeel compelled to go see his latest mental turd.

And the press constantly hypes his movies, even with stories about how many times he uses the N-Word, because that will make him edgy and people like edgy movies, or so the movie industry would have us believe. 

 

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6 Responses to Tarantino’s “Unchained”

  1. Quartermain says:

    I didn’t think Resovoir Dogs lived up to the hype.

    It was just all around pretentious.

  2. He’s mostly “meh”, but Pulp Fiction is my favorite movie and LOVED the Kill Bill movies. Jackie Brown was a boring piece of shit IMO, but most are somewhere in the middle. Love the opening sequence of Inglorious Bastards but it all went downhill from there. Do agree he is overrated, but his stuff, even the less than great stuff, is usually pretty unique.

  3. Tarl says:

    Liked Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, but Jackie Brown and the Kill Bill movies were boring (the “homage” idea was carried way too far). Haven’t seen the others and have no intention of doing so.

  4. I couldnt get through more than the first few minutes of Pulp Fiction. Nor Kill Bill. I did like Dusk til dawn, but unarguably the worst character in it was Tanantino’s. It was just tedius watching him stumble through his part. If it weren’t for half naked female vampires saving the plot, it would have been unwatchable too.

  5. Astrosmith says:

    Amen. Tarantino is a hack.

  6. Hey astro. Thanks for visiting. Just like old times. What? Two blogs go? Merry Christmas
    I hope you and the test of yer family are Doing well.

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