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Should be interesting particularly if you were a young adult at the time. Generally enjoy Tarrantino films. Here is the trailer:

 
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I like the cast.

LOL...Damon Herriman (Dewey Crowe) as Charles Manson.



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I like QT's films even though he may be one of the biggest assholes south of the North Pole.



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I'm pumped about what QT might can get out of Timothy Olyphant.



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I like QT's films even though he may be one of the biggest assholes south of the North Pole.

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Yeah probably the biggest.
 
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Possibly, but he's got a LOTTA fuckin' competition for that crown. Big Grin



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I'm done with Tarantino
 
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Oh look, a Tarantino movie:

- Ensemble cast, check
- Gratuitous Nazi killing, regardless of setting, check
- Lengthy scenes with prolonged dialogue, check
- Ktichy lines and quotes, check
- Romancing the late-60's and 70's eras, check
 
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Oh look, a Tarantino movie:

- Ensemble cast, check
- Gratuitous Nazi killing, regardless of setting, check
- Lengthy scenes with prolonged dialogue, check
- Ktichy lines and quotes, check
- Romancing the late-60's and 70's eras, check

The only thing missing is Sam Jackson mf'ing everything 1000 times.
 
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Will wait to see the film. It is supposed to be more like Pulp Fiction. Everyone has a formula to a degree.
 
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I'd rather watch a new Coen Brothers movie, TBH. I eagerly anticipate digesting things they put out, particularly how they pace their movies.




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Coen brothers are good. It is just that so much that Hollywood turns out is crap and simply unwatchable. Frankly I spend most of my time with TCM. Really enjoying some of the films of the 1940s.
 
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Looks like comfort food for the entertainment starved. Kinda fun, you'd be fine without it.




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is this his last film?
didn't he promise not to make any more movies ?





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I'm done with Tarantino


I haven't had a burning desire to see any of his films in quite a while. The last one I saw was Inglorious Basterds.



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I didn’t see the western he did...is that his most recent one? I can’t remember the name of it

I did see inglorious basterds...I actually didn’t like it as much as a lot of people did


I loved Pulp Fiction and Resevoir Dogs

This looks more in line with those, so I will give it a shot


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didn’t see the western he did...is that his most recent one? I can’t remember the name of it

I did see inglorious basterds...I actually didn’t like it as much as a lot of people did


I loved Pulp Fiction and Resevoir Dogs

This looks more in line with those, so I will give it a shot

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I fucking hate Tarantino, and after the over-the- top “white man bad” theme in “Hateful 8”, I swore off his movies for good.

That said, I will likely be first inline to see his new flick. LOL


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Apparently this is the Charles Manson movie he has promised....

As much of a douche as he is... and HE IS A DOUCHE... His movies ARE interesting (note, I didnt say "good" i said interesting)

It is not well alluded to in this trailer, but this is his next, promised, Charles Manson move.

I'm interested to see where it goes, although due to his nonsense, I'll probably wait until it hits free TV to pay attention to it.





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This may be the first Tarantino movie I watch since Inglorious Basterds.



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