Tagged: review

The Hateful Eight soundtrack review

To many, including myself, Ennio Morricone is the best composer of film music… in the world. His music to world famous spaghetti westerns (such as The Good, The Bad and The Ugly) is just as unique...

The Hateful Eight Review

The eighth film by Quentin Tarantino, an intense and intimate contained western showcases Samuel L. Jackson in his most monumental career performance in a career of monumental performances.  Sam Jackson once again shows us he is...

Review: Tarantino XX BluRay box set

(Deutsche Version) Just in time for Django Unchained, a box of Tarantino’s first 20 years of filmmaking were released (fans hope/know there’ll be another 20 years of awesome movies, despite of what he says in interviews)....

Rezension: Die Tarantino XX BluRay Box

(read in English) Rechtzeitig zu Django Unchained erschien eine lange erwartete Box mit Tarantinos Filmen aus den ersten 20 Schaffensjahren (Fans wissen/hoffen dass es noch 20 weitere Jahre Tarantion Filme geben wird, egal was der Meister...

If you like Quentin Tarantino… book review

When I received the book I expected little, thinking it might be a quick cash-in on Django Unchained or yet another mediocre take on the movie universe Quentin Tarantino moves around in. I was positively surprised...

Django Unchained

Django Unchained movie review

I’m sitting in Pat & Lorraine’s Coffee Shop on Eagle Rock Boulevard, a few minutes outside Hollywood, having a late breakfast. There is a Reservoir Dogs poster right on the wall by our table. It’s the...

Inglourious Basterds is out in theaters – and business is a-boomin’

Inglourious Basterds is out in theaters – and business is a-boomin’

(Updated) – So, have you been to the movies yet? Go see Inglourious Basterds, you basterds. Personally, I will probably go tonight and see the movie for the third time, this time with a “regular” audience....

Inglourious Basterds soundtrack review

Inglourious Basterds soundtrack review

Inglourious Basterds is here (opening in the US friday, in Germany tomorrow, in France today), and oh boy will it be Inglourious to see it again. Quentin was on Letterman (who would rather have had Brad...

The Inglourious Basterds review you’ve been waiting for

The Inglourious Basterds review you’ve been waiting for

While I’m still digesting the amazing experience the Berlin premiere of Inglourious Basterds has been, I have not been idle.  The following is an excerpt from my opening paragraph of a review of Inglourious Basterds, click...

Samm Levine is a Basterd – and so is Damo

Samm Levine is a Basterd – and so is Damo

We’ve been a bit quiet lately, and yes while there was stuff out there that I could’ve easily written about, I was a bit busy with other things, which gave you lots of opportunity to dive...

Cannes Exclusive: Inglourious Basterds mini-review

Cannes Exclusive: Inglourious Basterds mini-review

You really thought we wouldn’t find a way to present you with an exclusive review of Inglourious Basterds directly from the Cannes Film Festival? Think again, my friends. Despite all odds, we dispatched the danger-man of...

Cannes – The Day After

Cannes – The Day After

What a night it must have been at the Inglourious Basterds premiere. Just to give you a few impressions, here’s a few things you can look at: a) Pictures from the premiere red carpet event, see...

Three new clips and reviews of Inglourious Basterds

Three new clips and reviews of Inglourious Basterds

Cannes is happening, my fellow Tarantinoites (or Tarantinophiles, in LeMonde’s words). There are three new clips from the movie up at movieweb.com that give a better impression of a) Brad’s accent and personality b) Diane Kruger’s...

Monday news round-up

Monday news round-up

Happy monday everyone. While I still don’t have a personal broadband connection, at least I found the time to plant myself (“I said plant, plants don’t talk”) in the library and sift through the millions of...