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  • Oct 27, 2019

    the extra 10 minutes adds nothing to the story, it's just a quick 5 minutes of "promo" type filming before and after the movie. I was kinda disappointed

  • I was quite disappointed overall. A lot of the movie just felt like Tarantino was trying to prove that he could emulate styles of the past (like the entire scene about filming a western tv show), but he's already directed a western so really what's the point. Too much bloat and too little focus on characters/plot.

  • Oct 28, 2019
    MrYeezy

    the 2 hr 50 minute cut dropping soon

    Whatttt.. How long was the og?

  • Jerry Seinfeld 🧛🏻‍♂️
    Oct 28, 2019

    Need to see this again. Probably my favorite film of the year.

  • Oct 28, 2019

    Once Upon A Time was great, cant wait til its online.

  • Oct 28, 2019
    bebop

    Whatttt.. How long was the og?

    it was 2 hr 40

    Tarantino said he was adding 10 more mins to the cut and re releasing it

  • Jerry Seinfeld

    Need to see this again. Probably my favorite film of the year.

  • Oct 28, 2019

    Digital comes out November 26 and physical December 10

  • Oct 28, 2019

    i literally can't remember it at all definitley a drop in quality compared to hateful eight.

    the acting was great, just felt like a drag

  • Oct 28, 2019
    YaY

    was genuinely surprised by how many people were underwhelmed by this. Part of me feels like it has to do with all the Tarantino backlash in recent years.

    Nah, there's very few on that boat, it's the slow burn and choice of direction. My homies are big on Tarantino, even loved Hateful Eight. I think the second act, a big chunk in the middle just lost some folks. It could be seen as a drag and a filler, the movie isn't afraid to stroll around or even 'meander'. It's less direct than previous Tarantino films, so it's easy reaching a point of you wondering if the movie even had a purpose to being with, leaving the theater I wasn't very impressed I was more so iffy and confused about the film. Majority of my friends disliked it, one of them even left the theater as did other audiences lol. It wasn't til the morning after that it really clicked for me.

  • Oct 28, 2019
    Wahi

    Nah, there's very few on that boat, it's the slow burn and choice of direction. My homies are big on Tarantino, even loved Hateful Eight. I think the second act, a big chunk in the middle just lost some folks. It could be seen as a drag and a filler, the movie isn't afraid to stroll around or even 'meander'. It's less direct than previous Tarantino films, so it's easy reaching a point of you wondering if the movie even had a purpose to being with, leaving the theater I wasn't very impressed I was more so iffy and confused about the film. Majority of my friends disliked it, one of them even left the theater as did other audiences lol. It wasn't til the morning after that it really clicked for me.

    True, it just seemed like people were initially excited about it being a slower burn like Jackie Brown was but I get how the movie could be boring for some people. Personally I had no issue with it and not a single scene dragged. I had to pee really bad after an hour in but forgot I had to once I turned my mind back to the movie again lol

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    YaY

    True, it just seemed like people were initially excited about it being a slower burn like Jackie Brown was but I get how the movie could be boring for some people. Personally I had no issue with it and not a single scene dragged. I had to pee really bad after an hour in but forgot I had to once I turned my mind back to the movie again lol

    Yeah I think the initial promos, reviews and critical hype that it massed might have set them up to be disappointed. It's not very 'Jackie Brown' or 'Pulp Fiction', in someways tonally it's very much new to QT, it's more personal and even more toned down than the movies it were compared to. There's a lot of layers to this. The whole 'QTs best movie since....' talk didn't help either lol. Loved it tho, hopefully they'll get on board with this film once it's all said and done

  • F***in loved this film. It reminded me of this manga / anime called "Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad" but with the film industry instead of the music one. I feel like it's a slowburn that pays off & I really liked Cliff Booth. My only complaint is that I wish Sharon Tate got more scenes, but I liked what we did see of her.

  • Oct 28, 2019
    Wahi

    We in for a treat, if it's in a theater near I'm there day one

    Pretty sure my local theatre is playing it Halloween day

  • Oct 28, 2019
    Wahi

    Yeah I think the initial promos, reviews and critical hype that it massed might have set them up to be disappointed. It's not very 'Jackie Brown' or 'Pulp Fiction', in someways tonally it's very much new to QT, it's more personal and even more toned down than the movies it were compared to. There's a lot of layers to this. The whole 'QTs best movie since....' talk didn't help either lol. Loved it tho, hopefully they'll get on board with this film once it's all said and done

    yeah I think it’ll grow on allot people.

  • Oct 28, 2019
    Tyler

    Pretty sure my local theatre is playing it Halloween day

    Just checked, it's only the regular one being played at mines

  • Oct 28, 2019

    Brad Pitt made this movie tbh, If he wasnt in it this movie would have been trash

  • Oct 28, 2019

    Disagree about the movie being trash without Pitt but even so why does that matter? Pitts in the movie

  • Oct 28, 2019
    Tyler

    Disagree about the movie being trash without Pitt but even so why does that matter? Pitts in the movie

    agreed, I know Brad is the better actor but in this movie I really don’t think he outshined Leo. They played well amongst one another, there really wasn’t a moment where I was like man Brad is really acting circles around Leo right now because his performance was never supposed to be showy. He never brought attention to himself - all you could say is his character was more charismatic and that’s because he was supposed to be.

  • Oct 28, 2019
    YaY

    agreed, I know Brad is the better actor but in this movie I really don’t think he outshined Leo. They played well amongst one another, there really wasn’t a moment where I was like man Brad is really acting circles around Leo right now because his performance was never supposed to be showy. He never brought attention to himself - all you could say is his character was more charismatic and that’s because he was supposed to be.

    All I'll say is that I can definitely see Brad grabbing a Oscar for this before Leo

    Both were great tho

  • Oct 28, 2019
    Wahi

    All I'll say is that I can definitely see Brad grabbing a Oscar for this before Leo

    Both were great tho

    Prime example of why the new dash smiley sucks

    Anyway yeah I agree but talking about fantasies doesn’t contribute to the discussion of the film imo

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    Tyler

    Prime example of why the new dash smiley sucks

    Anyway yeah I agree but talking about fantasies doesn’t contribute to the discussion of the film imo

    I'm with you my guy, just thought mans post was funny that's all lol

    Edit: Referring to Picasso

  • Oct 28, 2019

    Saw it once can’t wait to see it again

  • Oct 29, 2019

    Still haven't watched this

  • Kr0niic ☘️
    Oct 29, 2019

    Digital November 25th
    Blu Ray December 10th

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