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#21 - Yojimbo
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(05/12/2013) [-]
The conversations between characters in his movies is enough alone to warrant seeing them.
The conversations between characters in his movies is enough alone to warrant seeing them.
#35 to #21 - anon
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(05/12/2013) [-]
You are so ******* right.
Fantastic writing by him in his movies and I don't even like the way he carries himself.
Resevoir, Pulp, Brown, some of Kill Bill, Basterds and Django are so ******* good that it makes me sick when people say they like Quentin movies because of the action. He is a ******* genius.
I am so happy to be treated like someone with half a brain when he writes. I love the way there are no cliches in his writing. No 'fire in the hole', no 'stay frosty'. It is so refreshing to not know what someone is going to say, or where the story is going to go.
**** this.... logging out so I am not in the slightest way thumb whoring. I can barely write the jist of this comment a second time but I am so happy that at least a paltrey 18 people agree with your comment
#45 to #35 - Yojimbo
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(05/12/2013) [-]
It's like, the conversations are like real conversations my friends and I would have. They don't even have to add to the story, they just seem real
#34 to #21 - neverposting
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(05/12/2013) [-]
Like the very brief conversation Django and Dr. Schultz have before Schultz shoots Ellis Brittle in Django Unchained. Pure class.