Tag Archives: Quentin Tarantino

Full Tilt Boogie - * *

Most documentaries about the making of a movie are purely promotional tools. Occasionally, you’ll run across a documentary such as Hearts of Darkness, which breaks all the boundaries and reveals something beyond the mundane techniques of the filmmaking process. Full … Continue reading

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Jackie Brown - * * 1/2*

Quentin Tarantino finally has rolled around to directing another feature film after hitting the big time with Pulp Fiction. This time around he is adapting the Elmore Leonard novel Rum Punch (with a couple of significant character changes), rechristened Jackie … Continue reading

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From Dusk Til Dawn - * *

Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino have produced an exquisite bloodbath of a horror film, which revels in gore and violence. If that first sentence hasn’t already scared you away, be warned that although better than many other films of its … Continue reading

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Four Rooms - [No Tickets]

A stunt anthology blunders horrifically. The four hip directors, Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, Andre Rockwall, and Alison Anders join forces, each directing a supposedly comic segment of this film. The setting is a posh Hollywood hotel on New Year’s Eve, … Continue reading

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