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Old 02-08-05, 10:56 PM
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I really don't care that there's a lot of homages in QT's work. He does it right. So it works for me.
Old 02-08-05, 11:47 PM
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What Jack said.
Old 02-09-05, 02:44 AM
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Yeah, even if he draws from other stuff, he quite frankly improves on it and makes it his own.

Nonetheless, something about Tarantino directing Stallone just sounds entertaining. And him trying a period flick will be interesting, no doubt. Though, I'll wait til it's actually filming to get really excited.
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Of course he cast Bruce Willis in Inglorious Bastards. Who better to play Butch's grandfather (keeper of the watch)? I'm a Stallone fan and it'll be great to see him in a movie that's not direct-to-video or a sequel to Rocky or Rambo. While he's writing parts, why not write a part for Arnold Schwarzenegger as a super-Nazi, Clint Eastwood as The Man With No Name Jr. and Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones?
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I'll be curious to see the cast he amasses for this project; QT always seems to pluck an underappreciated or "out of style" actor out of the pile and give him/her some deserved recognition. Given his flair for the grim and graphic I'm also curious as to how he portrays the war and Nazi Germany itself.....it could make for one helluva movie .
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Adam Sandler=Kiss of Death
Old 02-09-05, 08:09 AM
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Others are right though, this movie was actually announced BEFORE Kill Bill. Tarantino was looking to get Sandler to star (this was back when Sandler was filming PUNCH DRUNK LOVE, because Sandler even mentioned it in some interviews), and then it just suddenly vanished. I won't hold my breath for it until it comes out because as someone else said Tarantino also announced a Vega Brothers movie, and that was announced in an Entertainment Weekly interview that was published BEFORE Pulp Ficiton went into wide release.
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I look forward to seeing Rob Schneider as a passing European civilian who shouts "You can do it!"
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i wonder if the title will have to be changed since most mainstreme movies have to have G rated titles.
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Originally Posted by Groucho
I look forward to seeing Rob Schneider as a passing European civilian who shouts "You can do it!"
Old 02-09-05, 11:04 AM
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Not thrilled about Sandler, but glad to hear about both Stallone and Svenson.
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Whatever Tarantino does, I'm looking foward to it.
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This film will force me to break my "no Adam Sandler in the DVD collection" rule.
Old 02-09-05, 01:37 PM
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I think it will be interesting to have Madsen play a character with the name of Vega and Willis play a Coolidge; think of the irony in terms of how their Grandsons interact in the future!
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Originally Posted by tdirgins
Adam Sandler=Kiss of Death
Why? Seems like Carrey has tons of supporters here everytime he does some serious role. I'd much rather see Sandler take a stab at it. Besides, Tarentino will get what he wants out of Sandler's performance.

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Originally Posted by Groucho
I look forward to seeing Rob Schneider as a passing European civilian who shouts "You can do it!"
And David Spade as some dipshit named Private Dirt who gets blown to pieces right before saying "Hey, y'all! Watch this!"
Old 02-09-05, 09:00 PM
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Originally Posted by DeputyDave
Sounds like an exact copy of The Dirty Dozen.
Or maybe an exact copy of "Inglorious Bastards" which was filmed in 1977.
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Wonder if he's still planning to make that Mandarin language kung-fu film first. With QT, you never know what the hell will really come next.
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Originally Posted by Bill Needle
Or maybe an exact copy of "Inglorious Bastards" which was filmed in 1977.
Well, I'm pretty sure he's drawing inspiration from both. Considering he's said he wants to make a "Dirty Dozen" type of war film, it's not too surprising it sounds like...well...the dirty dozen. But, I could care less...if anyone can take a cliche idea and make it fresh, unique, and new, it's QT.
Old 02-11-05, 01:08 AM
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Originally Posted by jaeufraser
Well, I'm pretty sure he's drawing inspiration from both. Considering he's said he wants to make a "Dirty Dozen" type of war film, it's not too surprising it sounds like...well...the dirty dozen. But, I could care less...if anyone can take a cliche idea and make it fresh, unique, and new, it's QT.
The original was very "Dirty Dozen" like as well. He's taking "inspired by" to the next level and quite simply doing a remake.

Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the original, and I am sure Tarantino will make it his own and I will enjoy it as well (I hope).
Old 02-11-05, 01:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Bill Needle
The original was very "Dirty Dozen" like as well. He's taking "inspired by" to the next level and quite simply doing a remake.
Well, I don't think we have enough information on the movie to really call it a remake. But in the end, who really cares. If it's good, it's good.
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QT should give Tom Sizemore a role in the film. He said that he's destitute living in a garage in Whittier, Ca.

Either way, I'm sure this movie will be good.
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Maybe if Sizemore spent more time auditioning and less time beating up women he would have more work.
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Originally Posted by Bill Needle
Maybe if Sizemore spent more time auditioning and less time beating up women he would have more work.

..and failing drug tests and getting put in jail..
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Originally Posted by fryinpan1
This film will force me to break my "no Adam Sandler in the DVD collection" rule.
HAHAHAHA, that's great :-D

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