This one hit close to home, a lot of personal stuff if you were raised by a single mother and were a crazy child and if there was any sort of pill popping going on. So even though this hit very close to home and it may be hard to objectively review the movie I think it's an absolute masterpiece.
A horror movie with a huge heart and a huge depth of emotion. More about metaphor and paranoia than horror…
Not much of anything except for some pretty grainy vhs and 16mm footage and sound, some decent acting and a dreary forest. But somehow when they get in that forest I was in constant panic mode. Every time the day would start to come to a close I got anxious. And every time the screen went black and I could just hear what was going on I was truly scared.
Really can't believe this holds up so well.
I find it strange that this movie is so popular. I see 'bros' quoting it and they always have this next to Goodfellas and The Sopranos and Entourage in their collection of movies. I think a lot of people like it for the wrong reasons. They like the violence and the guns and DENIRO. But for me this is the quintessential art house film. It's ambiguous in it's meaning, it has no plot, it's main character has a lot of…
Jackie Brown, Reservoir Dogs, Inglourious Basterds, Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction. Quentin Tarantino's filmography reads like a symphony of revenge, blood, sam jackson and laughs. His latest entry, also a two word title, is Django Unchained. And it may be his best movie yet.
Revenge has really taken a hold of QT's writing as of late. He seems to really get inspiration from these characters that are hell bent on hell sending. If you thought the protagonist in Kill Bill was…