The Very Best of Quentin Tarantino & his Favorite Actors (short documentary)

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Quentin Tarantino is the people's director. This fan-made documentary show some highlights over the span of his career.

True Romance Wikipedia Page

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A good place to start when researching this "life-changing" film written by Quentin Tarantino and directed by Tony Scott

True Romance Wikipedia Page

Django Unchained: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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This soundtrack is the answer to the question, "How do you add rap music to a Western Soundtrack without making it sound cheesy". Yes. It's an eclectic mix of Spaghetti-Western themes, cowboy-friendly folk rock .... AND ... funk, rap ... AND ... the usual assortment of sound bites. Somehow it works. Yes, the whole thing is rather listenable, entertaining, and on the same level as the other Tarantino soundtrack standouts such as Death Proof, Reservoir Dogs, and Pulp Fiction. We are definitely getting spoiled. This standard of quality soundtrack seems impossible to maintain going forward.

Death Proof: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Death Proof is a rather gratuitous (and by that I mean fucking great) 1970's movie paying homage to a genre called "Grindhouse", known for their low-budgets, splatter and exploitational topics. The exploit here is "muscle cars" and "splatter".

Reservoir Dogs: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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This movie soundtrack kicked off one of my favorite and most underrated decades (the 1990's). After the corporate rock late 1980's, movie soundtracks were a lost art. Not any more. Suddenly the blending of music and cinema was important and cool again.

Top moments include: "Little Green Bag", "Stuck in the Middle with You", "Coconut", and a generous helping of comedic quotes from legendary Stephen Wright who plays radio DJ host (K-Billy's Super Sounds of the Seventies's Weekend).

How Quentin Tarantino Keeps You Hooked by StudioBinder

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StudioBinder writes:
How does Quentin Tarantino approach filmmaking? It is no secret that Quentin Tarantino Movies generate a lot of buzz, like his new film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. His unique filmmaking and directing style is able to attract the biggest movie stars like Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, and Leonardo Dicaprio.

inglourious Bastards Soundtrack

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As far as I know, this this is the first soundtrack without dialogue excerpts from the film. The genre range is exactly what you expect— a great mix of American funk and European pop and folk music from between World War II and present day. To be fair, it's got some great tracks of course, but overall this is definitely not "essential on vinyl" or "a must own on reel-to-reel" for serious QT fans. Perhaps it could have used some film samples and another track or two more. But it's hard to knock a great movie soundtrack for being exactly that, a great movie soundtrack.

The version I bought on iTunes includes a 15-minute video interview with Elvis Mitchell which explains all the musical choices Tarantino made for the film and the thought process behind them. That was a nice bonus.

Pulp Fiction: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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“You are such a poseur and a lame-o for using a song another movie has already christened", remarked Tarantino at the time of this release.

The Pulp Fiction soundtrack is rife with great music and quotes from the seminal film. It remains one of the best listening experiences of all time.

Rewatchables Podcast: Tarantino Thinks "Dunkirk" is a Masterpiece

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‘The Rewatchables’ podcast is joined by very special guest Quentin Tarantino to discuss Christopher Nolan’s 2017 war film, ‘Dunkirk,’ and what makes it an underappreciated masterpiece.

Listen to the full podcast here

Quentin Tarantino on Jimmy Fallon

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Quentin Tarantino chats with Jimmy about becoming a local celebrity after earning a reputation for giving super-involved movie recommendations as a video store clerk.

Siskel and Ebert Review Reservoir Dogs

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Really guys? Two thumbs down? Did we even watch the same movie?

The Hateful Eight, Television, And Police Brutality

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Legendary filmmaker Quentin Tarantino stopped by What The Flick?! for an in-depth interview with Ben Mankiewicz, covering a wide range of topics from the battle between television and film, to police brutality in America, and of course, The Hateful Eight. "The Hateful Eight" is out in theaters December 25th.

The Hateful Eight movie review by What The Flick?!

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A good honest review by the panel. A mixture "star struck-ed-ness" (because they had just interviewed him) and some valid criticism. I love how one person on the panel admitted she "nodded-off" in the middle of the 3-hour dialog heavy film.

THE HATEFUL EIGHT Cast Interviews

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nothing but awesome here. QT makes the mundane (cast interview) exciting.

BBC Radio 1 Interview with Quentin Tarantino on his influences on pop culture

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Director Quentin Tarantino talks to BBC Radio 1's Film Critic Ali Plumb about his incredible career.


Topics include the "casting coup of the century" with Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie in new movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. And he reveals his favourite soundtrack choices, where *that* wallet is right now, and the best suggestions he's heard for what's in the briefcase in Pulp Fiction.

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