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Tarantino films

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Quentin Tarantino and Vanessa Ferlito in Grindhouse (2007)

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Movie Synopsis: “When a simple jewelry heist goes horribly wrong, the surviving criminals begin to suspect that one of them is a police informant.” More Rafael Orrico Díez AMPs: Rafael Orrico Díez Artists Website: http://rafaorrico.com/

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El pasado 20 de agosto, arribó a las distintas salas de cine de Venezuela, la novena película de Quentin Tarantino, “Once upon a time in Hollywood”, un largometraje inspirado en el asesinato de Sharon Tate, una actriz que en la década de los 60 fue víctima de Charles Manson, que según cuenta la historiografía actuóRead More

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The movie that made him a household name! Director Quentin Tarantino's Oscar-nominated follow-up to his debut film "Reservoir Dogs"; this is an 11x17 mini-poster from "Pulp Fiction", signed in silver by Tarantino.

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While filming the dinner scene of Django Unchained, DiCaprio's character delivers a super creepy performance in which he cuts his hand on a glass. Little would you know by watching the scene that the glass mishap wasn't actually scripted and actually resulted in a cut so deep it required stitches. Rather than break character, DiCaprio didn't flinch, but incorporated the accident into a performance so powerful that director Quentin Tarantino used it in the final cut of the film.

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A Tarantino TimelineWhatever is next, be it Kill Bill Vol. 3, his vision of an R-rated Star Trek or something different entirely, I can’t wait to find out!

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“This is a cool idea for a book.” — Quentin Tarantino My Best Friend’s Birthday: The Making of a Quentin Tarantino Film is the story of a group of friends who set out to make their own movie in 1983, financing it with Tarantino’s minimum wage earnings from his job at a video store. In most biographies and Tarantino histories, this unfinished $5,000 film is mentioned only in passing and is looked upon as little more than a curiosity. But with this oral history, author/editor Andrew J. Rausch…

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