The Take looks into Tarantino’s work.
An actor and his stunt double buddy try to get by in late 60s Hollywood.
Django Unchained…more subtle than you think.
Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn sail down an African river to do their part in World War I in this romance/adventure film.
A hospital for criminals has a very atypical night during a riot in a future Los Angeles in this neo-noir.
Quentin Tarantino;s second–and possibly best–movie, a collection of stories about criminals and other lowlifes in Los Angeles made some careers and revived one other.
What does it mean when a movie is “so bad, it’s good”? YouTube personality Now You See Me takes a look at that.
Despite some audio quirks that make Ryan sound like Buffalo Bill, this week the Geeks talk about the rumors that Quentin Tarantino may write and direct the next Star Trek movie, we award our Geek of the Year prizes, and we play a fun game to see if Jenny and Watson can tell the difference between a Watson movie review and a blurb from Rotten Tomatoes.
If Ryan and Watson continue to insist this stuff matters to people, I will make the most of it.
In which Bart first disappoints Marge, then makes it up to her in the best way possible.