The Hateful Eight Review – A Modern Cinematic Masterpiece | COG

COG writes: The Hateful Eight is kind of like the modern equivalent of a Shakespearean tragedy; it is a glorious celebration of language, created by a master of its form.

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Digital_Anomaly1147d ago

After Django, I'm hella excited to see this flick. Long live Quentin!!

seanpitt231146d ago

You will be disappointed saw it 2 weeks ago

generalwinter1147d ago

This film looks so good - after I see Star Wars, this is next on my list.

MercilessDMercer1147d ago

I want to see this in its 70mm format so badly...

coolbeans1147d ago

Same here. I dig the Roadshow idea of it too.

I wasn't THAT big a fan of Django, but this looks pretty good in its own right.

Stringerbell1147d ago (Edited 1147d ago )

Liked the movie, didnt love it. There is some really good dialog here in particular Sam Jackson and Kurt Russel in the Stagecoach. This is detracted though by some cartoonish charterers and violence when they arrive at the Haberdashery. While I understand this is where Tarentino is in his career, I'm not the biggest fan of it. If he could have the restrain he did with Jackie Brown and combine it with the cinematography and base dialog as mentioned with Jackson and Russel, he has the potential to make a masterpiece.

isa_scout1146d ago

The dialogue in this movie was absolutely brilliant. Having said that, it was a super boring movie. 3 hours long and almost the entire movie is people sitting in a room talking.I don't care how awesome the dialogue is if it moves as slow as a snail. The ending helped lift it up in the end, but it's nowhere near as good as what we've come to expect from Tarrantino.