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The Hateful Eight (Tarantino, 2015)

The 70mm is glorious, though Tarantino does little to use the medium to his advantage. Snowfall is visceral and the actors pop off the screen, but with so much of the film set in a cabin, it feels that 70mm … Continue reading

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Reservoir Dogs (Tarantino, 1992)

In Reservoir Dogs (1992), director Quentin Tarantino provides a character study of the gangster. Instead of illustrating gangsters by depicting their actions during a crime scene, Tarantino chooses only to show how gangsters act before and after a crime. Because … Continue reading

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