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gods_gift2_mankind wrote:Buddy 2 words for u - Pure Art!!
Cowboy wrote:gods_gift2_mankind wrote:Buddy 2 words for u - Pure Art!!
2 words - It succckkkkkkkkkkkkkks!!!
It is beyond doubt the crappiest movie I ever saw. After Kill Bill and KB 2, I'm not even sure whether to watch this Qura-something guy's other movies. Heck, it just cracks me up when my friends compare this fella with Martin Scorsese. Guess what, I'm confident of my abilities as a director now, as I saw Kill Bill being appreciated.
Jaszalcatraz wrote:After many drafts of this post, some of which defended the movie, some of which were sure to piss you off, I came up with the following:-
To each his own.
QT is God for most hardcore movie buffs.
Kill Bill rocks.
gods_gift2_mankind wrote:KB is not something that u can sit down and explain - u either get it or u don't
the problem here is that everybody here has an opinion and will voice it.
ar wrote:And me thinks you’re on crack for actually comparing the Godfather (sigh) to KB…… one of the main reasons as to why the Godfather was soooo good, is because the characters had a realism about them which is completely absent in a film like KB….
Jabbala Rayudu wrote:And I personally don't think the style of narration that is being talked about is original. I can't supplement it with specific examples, but throughout the movie we can clearly see the influence of spaghetti westerns, asian kung-fu classics and the retro style of the 70's.
Copying things cannot be called as being stylish I feel.
ar wrote:Simple point here hp, there were four of them, lui who goes onto be the head of the Yakuza (god please take me away), Fox (an assassin), Madison (another assassin), Hannah (hot assassin) and Mr. Bill. And they all belong to a very elite squad of assassins. How come with all their killing expertise, their bullets, their other forms of tough love, they couldn’t take down a pregnant woman, who from all appearances didn’t put up a fight.
ar wrote:As for the blood and gore, it just made me roll on the floor with laughter. Neo and Agent smith fighting in the Manhattan skyline was far more believable
Cowboy wrote:and Coppola will kill himself.
What's important is not that the ideas are recycled from other places, but that any paticular director puts these recycled ideas into the context of HIS creation, then they become part of his movie, and belong to both the new production and the original source.
Jabbala Rayudu wrote:What's important is not that the ideas are recycled from other places, but that any paticular director puts these recycled ideas into the context of HIS creation, then they become part of his movie, and belong to both the new production and the original source.
This means that if tom. someone makes everything exactly like Kill Bill, but changes the name, then one must fall in love with that, too, eh?
EroXenoS wrote:To the guys who are defending Kill Bill in front of our hallowed Movie Critics, it's not worth it, fellas. Save your breath and typewriting, and do what irks flamers the most - ignore them. Let them and their precious brethren improve their skills of movie crtique on their own.
To the guy who started this thread, and to the others who are dissing QT:
1) Do you actually know what anime is?
2) Do you know the difference between something called a "homage" and a "copy"?
3) Other than having seen Indian movies and Coppola and Spielberg and lots of your college-dom movies like Memento and Mulholland Drive and whatever-it-is-so-and-so-director-made-and-you-think-is-cool, do you have any concept of what genre cinema is?
3) How many times did you see Kuch Kuch Hota Hai ? Oh, ok, how many films do you see every month?
Yeah, ok, so right now, you are framing your reply to this post, thinking up things like, "This is a Fullhyd thread, and not a quiz test, freak." Don't bother. Be happy with whatever "classic" movies you've seen, the list you've culled painstakingly from imdb or filmsite and try to tell others that you are a film critic of astounding proportions. Remember, I am not asking you to defend any movies you like, I am just telling you to take your pathological misunderstanding of Kill Bill and be very gleeful about it. It would also be nice if you could at least let your ignorance not show through when you're discussing movies.
To the guys who are defending Kill Bill in front of our hallowed Movie Critics, it's not worth it, fellas. Save your breath and typewriting, and do what irks flamers the most - ignore them. Let them and their precious brethren improve their skills of movie crtique on their own.
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