Join me as I join John Pavlich of Sofa Dogs to have a look at Quentin Tarantino’s other finest masterpiece. We discuss the indie film cred, the music, the dialog, the performances, and the inspirations.
We have a terrific time with it, and praise it thoroly–especially the cinematography–but find fun things to gently nitpick. We debate Mr. Pink (not really) and the timeline (not really). We compare it to Tarantino’s other films, Unknown (2006), The Killing, Kansas City Confidential, and Hamlet.
NOTE: I don’t think this commentary is explicit. It’s hard to remember, tho, because the movie has about 6000 f-bombs.
We’re watching the DVD version. Start the film after the Miramax logo on the countdown.