All tagged Quentin Tarantino
Those who are familiar with Quentin Tarantino’s rise to directorial stardom know that he got his start in the “movie business” working as a clerk at a video store, where he lived the life of an obsessive, prototypical movie geek (even his personal hygiene was lacking, as he so candidly admits in one of the interview segments).
While watching Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,’ we noticed that QT subtly referenced his own theater, The New Beverly Cinema.
Quentin Tarantino may play it fast and loose with the facts on occasion, which we’ve been seeing with greater frequency towards the latter half of his career. But other times, his dedication to historical accuracy is on point.
In this episode of The Director’s Chair, Studio Binder takes Quentin Tarantino interviews and quotes to build a video that explains his unique style … straight from the horse’s mouth.
There are plenty of good, bad, and indifferent parts of the movie to touch on, all further complicated by the fact that the bar for any Tarantino picture is already incredibly high—perhaps unfairly so.
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There are times when these roundtables aren’t particularly interesting or illuminating. Not this one! And who would expect anything less than a fascinating conversation between these titans of Hollywood?
Quentin Tarantino is keen on taking the Star Trek franchise to a place it's never been before, but one person is apparently throwing off his groove.
A great first feature is instrumental in putting a director on the map, but a second film is more important in determining whether or not said director is the real deal or just a one-hit wonder.
Quentin Tarantino on the infamous myth that Martin Scorsese once planned a murder over Taxi Driver’s original “X” rating.
Are we on board? Sure. Are we concerned there’s more glitz and glam to the film than substance? Indeed.
It’s official: Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ will both premiere and compete at the Cannes Film Festival, it was announced today.
Quentin Tarantino has always had hype surrounding his films. But this feels different—like his projects are now being celebrated in a more commercial, mainstream way than before.
A faded TV actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood's Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles.