Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Over-Enthusiastic Violence and Wearisome Waffle

Tediously controversial peddler of over-enthusiastic violence and wearisome waffle Quentin Tarantino has a new film out today, the spelling pedant’s nightmare Inglourious Basterds. But when QT asks The Incredible Suit for a poster quote, what will he find in his inbox the next day?


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  1. Having just seen The Hurt Locker and about to get 'Flags of Our Fathers' in Blu-ray from, I think Tarantino's bastard may leave a nazi taste in the mouth. I'll remain ingloriously incurious for a week or two.

  2. It is interesting to compare art forms. A live music concert or a play at the theatre exist only for the moment. No form of reproduction can truly capture the physical experience of being there. Those making paintings, statues and feature films on the other hand are able to leave an indelible legacy for generations to come. The very first 'movie' was the zoopraxiscope in 1867 or perhaps Lumiere's camera of 1895 and they can be enjoyed today.

  3. I can now confirm that staying away is the best course of action. Further bloggage on this tomorrow...