Check out the trailer and Brad Pitt’s awesome moustache:
Finally! Why can’t Tarantino be more like Clint Eastwood, who despite pushing 80 still releases 1-2 films a year? Takes ages for him (same goes for Rodriguez, Sin City 2 anyone? And whatever happened to The Machete project?).
[size=9]Eastwood picks up a film halfway though, Tarantino writes ect. It’s not worth getting frustrated over though. Sin City 2 and 3 are on their way and will reach us in 2010 and 2011, but if you can’t wait that long, maybe you could go back through some of their older awesome stuff. There’s a lot of good material there.
Rodriguez and Tarantino both have a slot in ‘Four Rooms’ This means that they each wrote and directed their own little bit of this film.
This is Tarantino’s bit
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfXuc_Tp5dk (part 1)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUz8aSISmws&feature=related (part 2)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JabSfywLng&feature=related (part 3)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeNrqBjbFJs (part 1)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wq2PlBkjevw&feature=related (part 2)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdaKRwe_scE&feature=related (part 3)
Also, you might wanna check out ‘From Dusk till Dawn’ (written by Tarantino, and directed by Rodriguez)
Also, ‘My Best Friend’s Birthday’ - the first film Tarantino ever wrote, acted in, directed, edited and produced.
I actually quite like Rodriguez and Tarantino’s segments in Four Rooms. The other two segments (by Allison Anders and Alexandre Rockwell) were really bad though.
Thanks for the links, Sarah. I will check out ‘My Best Friend’s Birthday’ as I have enjoyed Tarantino’s earlier work.
I agree with George on ‘Four Rooms’, Tarantino’s and Rodriguez’s segments were clearly superior. I especially enjoyed "The Misbehavers’’, which is pretty much perfect story-wise and direction-wise, plus casting Banderas was pure genius! And then of course there is "From Dusk till Dawn’’ which so innocently transforms from a crime driven story to a zombie-vampire massacre; it can’t get any better than that!
Apparently a sequel / prequel is a possibility if Inglourious Basterds does well.
Not sure that’s such a good idea though.
First reactions from the Cannes film festival showing of Inglourious Basterds sounds good.
Spaghetti Western meets WWII… rather brilliant I say
I think this one’s deffo gonna be joining my DVD collection come the spring
Awesome new (Italian) poster. Looking forward to it, baby!
It’s got trailers Jim, but not as we know it: