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AKA ERNIE 9:31 Sat Jan 9
The hateful eight
Saw it last night was bloody awful
Love tarrentino films apart from death proof but this was terrible.
Awful script way too many long drawn out scenes making it way too long at 3hrs.
Some great acting by samuel jackson but very boring.

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Grumpster 10:21 Fri Jan 22
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Yeah judging by you on here it's an endless giggle.

bruuuno 10:21 Fri Jan 22
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I loved it and it was so engrossing that the three hours flew by, however..



SPOILER ALERT





I thought the last scene was crap. Unless I missed something clever the reading the letter thing seemed pointless and it should have just ended with her neck snapping then the credits roll

Claret Badger 10:19 Fri Jan 22
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bore fest?
don't make me laugh cunty - my life is ultimately less boring than your miserable existance


more soup?

Grumpster 10:16 Fri Jan 22
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Oh be quiet badger you utter bore fest.

I'm actually looking forward to seeing this new film as I like Tarantino, but will happily wait until it's on tv.

Claret Badger 10:15 Fri Jan 22
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Grumpster 6:34 Fri Jan 22

spoken like a true immature spastic with ADHD

do you find football matches too long?
maybe you enjoy highlights more as it focuses on the action

you sad excuse of a man

RBshorty 8:20 Fri Jan 22
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Tarantino.*

RBshorty 8:13 Fri Jan 22
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Enjoyed it. Best Tarrentino film this side of Pulp Fiction. And as already mentioned a strong nod towards John Carpenter's The Thing. Which is never a bad move.

Fivetide 8:13 Fri Jan 22
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I enjoyed it.

As a tribute I've now bust the locks off my front door and now make everybody nail it shut with TWO pieces of wood.

bruuuno 8:05 Fri Jan 22
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TI needs to get a new life, life-wise

Claret Badger 7:32 Fri Jan 22
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Texas irons double posted irony has tickled me

Like he tickled his dead grandmother

Texas Iron 7:04 Fri Jan 22
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Same old repetitive Tarantino Trash...

Second Rate...Boring...dare I say...Trash or Pulp Movies...

He needs to get a New Life...Movie-Wise...

Texas Iron 6:59 Fri Jan 22
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Same old repetitive Tarantino Trash...

Second Rate...Boring...

He needs to get a New Life...Movie-Wise...

mashed in maryland 6:52 Fri Jan 22
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Just googled and he's 87.

Christ

Takashi Miike 6:42 Fri Jan 22
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no mashed. still alive and still touring. I was tempted to go and see him but the tickets were a bit expensive

mashed in maryland 6:35 Fri Jan 22
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"I didn't like death proof as it was shit, badly acted and no dialogue was going to save it."


It was meant to be.

Was semi-parodying shitty 70s slasher/action flicks.

Grumpster 6:34 Fri Jan 22
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Film snobs are such boring wankers.

I didn't like death proof as it was shit, badly acted and no dialogue was going to save it.

I liked inglorious personally, so maybe I just enjoy watching Germans die, as I have a life and don't read too much into films other than of they make me want to keep watching.

mashed in maryland 6:34 Fri Jan 22
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Fuck me.

I honestly thought he was dead.

mallard 6:29 Fri Jan 22
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"
Tarantino originally wanted Morricone to compose the soundtrack for Inglourious Basterds. However, Morricone refused because of the sped-up production schedule of the film.[9][10] He also turned down an offer to write some music for Pulp Fiction in 1994.[11]

The director previously used Morricone's music in Kill Bill, Death Proof, Inglourious Basterds, and Django Unchained, and Morricone also wrote an original song, "Ancora Qui", sung by Elisa, for the latter.[12][13]

Morricone had previously made statements that he would "never work" with Tarantino after Django Unchained. The composer stated Tarantino used the music “without coherence” and that he "wouldn’t like to work with him again, on anything".[14] Ennio Morricone quickly released a statement clarifying that his remarks were taken out of context,[15] Morricone said that he has "great respect for Tarantino" and that he is "glad he chooses my music"[16] Morricone also said that because Tarantino chooses his music "it is a sign of artistic brotherhood"[17][18]

Ultimately Morricone changed his mind and agreed to score The Hateful Eight.[19]

On June 12, 2015, Quentin Tarantino held court at Italy’s 59th David di Donatello Awards in Rome, which he attended to collect prizes from several years back for Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained. Tarantino was handed two statuettes by Ennio Morricone. Both artists revealed that they met a day earlier and that Morricone agreed to compose music for a Tarantino movie.[20] In July 2015, Quentin Tarantino announced after the screening of footage of his upcoming movie The Hateful Eight at the San Diego Comic-Con International that Ennio Morricone will score the film, the first Western Morricone has scored since 1981.[21]"

mallard 6:25 Fri Jan 22
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Moricono composed new material for the entire film

mashed in maryland 6:22 Fri Jan 22
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The same music from where Tuco is driving Blondey through the desert in The good The Bad and the Ugly?

Takashi Miike 6:21 Fri Jan 22
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yes, at the beginning

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