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Old 01-07-2013, 03:21 PM   #76
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Exactly.
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But I love the dinner scene at Candy Land. I thought that was very well done.
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But I love the dinner scene at Candy Land. I thought that was very well done.
Yeah, everything from when Steven tells Candie about Django and Schulz's true intentions to the end of the shootout is just fantastic.
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Anyone think there could be a good sequel to this? Tarentino does leave Django alive and well, so there could be plenty of adventures in his future. Perhaps he could lead a slave uprising against the South and make the Civil War unnecessary in much the way Tarentino adjusted the ending of WWII in Basterds.
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I'd totally see it, but Tarantino doesn't seem like the type to go back to the well. He seems to be a guy with many ideas that he wants to produce, war movies, westerns, samurai, etc. Vega Bros. and Kill Bill Vol. 3 were talked about over the years but I'll believe those when I see them.
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Yeah, everything from when Steven tells Candie about Django and Schulz's true intentions to the end of the shootout is just fantastic.
I actually thought the final shootout would last longer. Couldn't it have ended there? I thought it could've been edited to make it more compact. I still enjoyed the hell out of this movie though. Here's the progression of the movie in terms of greatness: Bounty hunting business, great. Meeeting Calvin Candie, good. Journey to Candy Land, long and wearisome (they kept stopping!). Dinner scene and shootout, awesome! Tarantino cameo, out of place and weird.
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I can certainly understand some of the criticisms about the scenes lasting too long, or possibly with the music, but neither of which ultimately changed my mind in the end. It's a very entertaining film and another solid entry into QT's catalogue. Some scenes are difficult to watch, especially the one involving the dogs. QT definitely doesn't lighten the subject of matter one bit. In fact, he's really confrontational.

Like I said before, I'd like to see something different from him, despite his ability to make incredibly enjoyable films, but I'm not going to let that hinder my enjoyment. His dialogue may be self-indulgent at times, yet I always find myself wanting to hear more.

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Vega Bros. and Kill Bill Vol. 3 were talked about over the years but I'll believe those when I see them.
Vega Bros isn't happening. But there's still a possibility for Kill Bill 3. It could even be his final film.
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Anyone else thought that this movie is less quotable? Quotability has always been a hallmark of Tarantino movies.

Also, someone complained about the music selection. I did notice the first rap song used, but I enjoyed its usage during the shootout scene.
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I find myself walking around the house saying quotes from the movie. I guess I'm in the minority.
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I find myself walking around the house saying quotes from the movie. I guess I'm in the minority.
It's not complete unquotable of course. I've been saying "I like the way you die, boy." for months. But generally, I don't remember a lot of quotes.
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I'd put this movie right behind pulp fiction, bastards and kill bill 1 as third
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Wouldn't that be fourth?
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It's definitely one of Tarantino's weakest films no matter how you spin it.
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1:pulp fiction
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But after his last two efforts, I gotta say he's losing his touch.
Haven't seen Django yet but Inglourious Basterds might be my favorite movie of all time. Its up there at least. Boo. Hiss.
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It's certainly his.
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Sweet sassy molassy.
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Inglourious Basterds was a yawn fest! The most overrated Tarantino movie ever imo!
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inglorious is much like django, great first hour that is just too hard to live up to.
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I must be in the minority to love Inglourious Basterds as much as I do.
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No your not, those guys are the crazy ones.
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I must be in the minority to love Inglourious Basterds as much as I do.
Nope. I love the hell out of that film, too.
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inglorious is far better than django, but the whole jewish revenge angle is so masturbatory to me, i'll watch the first half of the movie though.
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