The 'Kill Bill' film series for sure. Didn't care for the loveless romances and gore, but the action, tough-chicks, too tough to die leading lady, plot, cinematic background and tongue-in cheek conversations makes it one of my fave movies of all times.
See, and I figured most people were going to answer Pulp Fiction. But I was going to say 4 rooms. Thought that movie was a riot!
I'm surprised that no one answered Reservoir Dogs. I loved that movie but my favorite movie from QT is Inglourious Basterds
by fierycj 9 years ago
Personally Q is my man, I even made a hub dedicated to his movies and style. I think he's one of the few last standing directors in Hollywood who haven't sold their souls to the Devil of phony, corny art. The man has balls, and best of all he knows no convention. His attitude is more like to hell...
by William Thomas 5 years ago
Film noir refers to movies of, say, the 30s, 40s, 50s, and perhaps early 60s (perhaps) of the black and white era (glorious black and white). These films were rugged and gritty crime stories. Maltese Falcon (Humprhey Bogart) is one of the most obvious and easiest examples. Most Bogart movies...
by thirdmillenium 8 years ago
Ron HowardJames CameroonPaul HaggisWoody AllenSteven SpielbergJust some names here which don't mean a thing. There are many, many, many more.Who is your favorite? You may also tell us how it is so.Thanks
by Leah Kennedy-Jangraw 6 years ago
Do you have a saying or quote that gets you through tough times?A saying I often repeat to myself that works in a variety of situations is ‘There will always be someone better than you and there will always be someone worse than you.' It always grounds me, making me realize I'm not perfect in...
by JRs 6 years ago
Who is your favorite director of all time?
by theageofcake 6 years ago
I know this might sound like blasphemy considering Pulp Fiction's major effect on stylish indie filmmaking, but let's be sensible here:Basterds is undoubtedly his most ambitious undertaking as a director. Its tense, funny, clever, and its cast, many of whom required at least a basic knowledge...
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