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Quentin Tarantino’s Next Film Is a Spaghetti Western Starring Christoph Waltz

Beaks from AICN says:

I still don't have all the pieces of the story (my Tarantino sources have been much more tight-lipped regarding this project than they were on INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS), but here are three things I can confirm: 1) Quentin Tarantino's next film is a spaghetti western, 2) Christoph Waltz is "one of the stars", and 3) that title is completely wrong (even if it got completely mangled by Google Translate, it's still not even close). I cannot confirm plot details at present (though I think I've got the premise).

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Crazay2109d ago

I wish I actually cared about Tarantino still but I just can't bring myself to actually get excited over anything he does or says.

-MD-2109d ago

Why? What made you not care about him? I enjoy everything he does.

Crazay2109d ago

Kill Bill sucked big floppy Donkey Dick and Basterds was less than stellar and more of a huge disappointment. Was almost like getting a BJ with a Jimmy Hat on.

It was ok but far from how awesome it should have been.

-MD-2109d ago

UHH... WHAT?!

Were we watching the same movies? I'm not going to go into a whole conversation in explaining why those 3 films are great but you might be the first person that I've ever seen say that they hated Kill Bill. Seriously the only person.

Basterds has gotten some flak but for reasons I do not understand. Maybe people thought reading was too much of a chore or something. I guess you just don't like Tarantino's style.

Crazay2109d ago

I'm fine with Tarantino - I think Pulp FIction is one of the best movies of the 90s and From Dusk til Dawn is still a movie that gets quoted on a regular basis around my house. I still need to see all of Reservoir Dogs, but what I have seen I really liked and I thought Grindhouse: Death Proof was pretty sweet (Planet Terror was better).

Basterds had some decent fun moments but by and large it wasn't a very good movie and most people just got swept up in the media hype of it all. Kill Bill .... Well.....What can I say about Kill Bill without people thinking I'm a total dick with a potty mouth?

Uma Thurman is a talentless halfwit. I tolerated her for the 25ish minutes she was in Fiction only because for half her screen time her mouth was shut and she was unconscious. Kill Bill was just dumb dumb dumb and this is coming from someone who LOVES EVERYTHING Jackass related.

darklordzor2109d ago

I cannot stand the man. I've only enjoyed the one film of his (Pulp Fiction) but that was it. He's a gimmick director, and unless he can based something off of that gimmick he doesn't do it. Then he thinks he invented the damn wheel and it's just hard to take. Honestly his producing adventures have interested me way more than anything he's ever directed.

darksied2108d ago

I'm the same way. It even happens that a movie comes out of his that I don't like (Kill Bill 2, Inglorious Basterds), but guess what? I still rewatch them more than I do any other movies.

And Pulp Fiction is still on a short list of movies that I can watch any time and not be bored, no matter how many times I've seen it.

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Sunny_D2109d ago

Quentin Tarantino is an awesome producer and director. I gained more respect for him after I watched Inglorious Bastards. But, the name, Spaghetti Western doesn't sound too appealing right now, haha.

ReservoirDog3162109d ago

Spaghetti western technically means a western made in Italy but it commonly means a violent western.

Like his favorite movie ever, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Soldierone2109d ago

He needs to cut back on dialogue thats for sure. His movies can get a little boring and overwhelming.

That and inglorious bastards was broing and stupid as hell.

Crazay2109d ago

THANK-YOU Soldier!!!!

FInally someone on FW that actually agree with me on Tarantino.

JL2109d ago

Cut back on dialog? Not at all. That's one of Tarantino's strongest suits. His dialog is usually great.

I thoroughly enjoyed Inglorious Basterds as well.

Soldierone2109d ago

To me he completely throws the show and dont tell aspect of film making out the door. He is strong with it and makes for good dialogue, but he doesnt need as much as he uses thats for sure.

The one thing people tell me they hate about any of his films is there is too much talking. I like him, but thats one perk i could live without.

darklordzor2109d ago

Totally agreed...though I think most of his stuff is boring.

darksied2108d ago

@_JL_

Exactly. I know everyone says this about his movies, but I rewatch his movies for the "boring" dialog more than I rewatch another movie for some cool action scene.

JL2108d ago

@darkseid

Thank you. Glad someone agrees. His dialog can be absolutely brilliant most of the time. Some of the conversations of monologues I could listen to all the time.

For example, what would Pulp Fiction be without the whole apartment "Allow me to retort" scene. Or the back and forth between Jackson and Roth in the diner. Or the little speech about "that's pride f*cking with you" by Ving. Or the different parts of dialog at Tarantino's house when trying to dispose of the body. That entire movie hinges on brilliant dialog.

I could also listen to that whole dialog between Beatrice and Bill at the end of Kill Bill 2 any time. Especially Bill's whole Superman speech. Or Tarantino's part in Four Rooms, some more great dialog.

That's the stuff I tune into Tarantino's movies for in large part.

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JL2109d ago

I actually really enjoyed both Kill Bill and Inglorious Basterds. I thought From Dusk Till Dawn was crap though.

Not the first person I've known to not like Kill Bill though. But I think both were fun movies. Death Proof was enjoyable as well.

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-MD-2109d ago

Yes! Waltz was fantastic in 'Basterds' glad to see him teaming up with Tarantino again. I'm so-so with it being a western but I won't judge until I see it.

What's with the picture in the article though? They must have a strong dudebro relationship to let him bite his ear.

Sunny_D2109d ago (Edited 2109d ago )

Oh yes, if I had to pick my favorite movie from Tarantino, it would have to be Pulp Fiction. Man, that is his best work. 1994 had sooo many good movies and music, I wish I could go back to this time.

Crazay2109d ago

Bubble vote added sir. Fiction was amazing as was the soundtrack. Come to think of it, the Reservoir Soundtrack was good too.

martynmj2109d ago

Pulp Fiction was definitely his best work! I remember him saying a few years back that he'd like to do a western. It'll be interesting to see how he goes about it

Soldierone2109d ago

He is hit or miss with me. I like some films, and not others. I just have to be interested. In Gran Torino it was the car that kept me interested.

Crazay2109d ago

LOL - That movie was a good heartfelt flick.

creamsoda2109d ago

I hated Inglorious Basterds it was a borefest but Kill Bill was awesome.

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