(Source: imdb.com)

"In Pulp Fiction, John Travolta plays a guy called Vincent Vega. In Reservoir Dogs, most of the characters are known only by their code names — except Mr. Blonde, who happens to be called Vic Vega. Tarantino has confirmed that they are brothers, and at one point he even considered doing a prequel about the two before they died in their respective movies.

Inglourious Basterds ends with the slightly unrealistic scene where Hitler is gunned to shit by a group of Nazi-hunting American Jews in 1944, rather than killing himself in his bunker the following year. If you ever wondered what the world would be like if World War II had really ended that way — well, it turns out Tarantino has been showing us that reality for the past 20 years.

You see, in Inglourious Basterds, Eli Roth plays a character called Donny “The Bear Jew” Donowitz. And in True Romance (written by Tarantino), there’s a film producer called Lee Donowitz, who has been confirmed to be Donny’s son. One of the main characters in True Romance is a woman called Alabama — the same Alabama Mr. White mentions as a former partner in Reservoir Dogs. Since we’ve already linked Reservoir Dogs to Pulp Fiction, this means that almost every movie Tarantino has done is set in the Inglourious Basterds timeline. We could go even further and link all the rest through Tarantino’s fake brands, like those Red Apple cigarettes that appear in a lot of his movies (including Kill Bill)."
— Well god damn it, Maxwell Yezpitelok. (via h0le)

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brandos:

sophia—nicole:

murinate:

suqmydiqtbh:

 
The Quentin Tarantino Toe-Sucking Sex Email That Will Haunt Your Dreams

She made out with him, took sexy pictures in a photo booth, and watched him whip out his “short,” “fat,” “nub-like” penis.


#snort

this is some ratchet ass shit. and why is she so pressed that qt & jamie foxx (even though i hate his ass) don’t know who she is, she kept bringing it up like they are supposed to.

I was really amused at how she kept noting that Jamie Foxx didn’t give a fuck who she was like …girl, bye.

brandos:

sophia—nicole:

murinate:

suqmydiqtbh:

The Quentin Tarantino Toe-Sucking Sex Email That Will Haunt Your Dreams

She made out with him, took sexy pictures in a photo booth, and watched him whip out his “short,” “fat,” “nub-like” penis.

#snort

this is some ratchet ass shit. and why is she so pressed that qt & jamie foxx (even though i hate his ass) don’t know who she is, she kept bringing it up like they are supposed to.

I was really amused at how she kept noting that Jamie Foxx didn’t give a fuck who she was like …girl, bye.

(Source: tomyassistant)

Interviewer: Give Me the argument, the best argument you know, for the power of cinema.
Quentin Tarantino: Oh gosh, you know one of the things about cinema that I just find very moving, it’s why it’s my favorite art form, is when you go to a movie and you see a certain sequence, and if there is real cinematic power and there’s cinematic flare. There are certain filmakers that you feel were touched by God to make movies and it would be a combination of editing and sound, usually it’s like visual images connected with music or something, but when those things work and they really connect..it’s just like you forget to breathe. You are really transported to a different place. Music doesn’t quite do that on it’s own, novels don’t quite do it, & a painting doesn’t quite do it. They do it there way but with cinama, especially if you’re in a theatre and you’re sharing the experience with a bunch of other people so it’s this mass thing going on..it’s just truly, truly thrilling.(x)

Interviewer: Give Me the argument, the best argument you know, for the power of cinema.

Quentin Tarantino: Oh gosh, you know one of the things about cinema that I just find very moving, it’s why it’s my favorite art form, is when you go to a movie and you see a certain sequence, and if there is real cinematic power and there’s cinematic flare. There are certain filmakers that you feel were touched by God to make movies and it would be a combination of editing and sound, usually it’s like visual images connected with music or something, but when those things work and they really connect..it’s just like you forget to breathe. You are really transported to a different place. Music doesn’t quite do that on it’s own, novels don’t quite do it, & a painting doesn’t quite do it. They do it there way but with cinama, especially if you’re in a theatre and you’re sharing the experience with a bunch of other people so it’s this mass thing going on..it’s just truly, truly thrilling.(x)


The Cast of Django Unchained (2012)

The Cast of Django Unchained (2012)

Jamie Foxx confirmed for new Tarantino film

cinemarapture:

Jamie Foxx will play Django in Django Unchained, this will be the role to get Foxx back on the map for sure. He makes a lot of shitty new movies now, but he’s still one of the most talented black actors in Hollywood. His performances in Ray and Ali were easily two of the best performances in the early 2000’s. I can’t wait for this movie now, lets just hope Leonardo DiCaprio gets confirmed for the villian, because that’s also what he needs for his career.

I aint even mad.

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Pulp Fiction
Made and submitted by Sandeep Bedadala

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Pulp Fiction

Made and submitted by Sandeep Bedadala


Quentin Taratino Filmography Masterpost (Requested by its_sorcery)
My Best Friend’s Birthday (Megaupload / Rapidshare / Megavideo)
Reservoir Dogs (Megaupload / Megavideo / Soundtrack)
Pulp Fiction (Megaupload / Megavideo / Soundtrack)
Jackie Brown (Megaupload / Megavideo / Soundtrack)
Kill Bill Vol. I (Megaupload / Megavideo / Soundtrack)
Kill Bill Vol. II (Megaupload / Megavideo / Soundtrack)
Death Proof (Megaupload / Megavideo / Soundtrack)
Inglorious Basterds (Megaupload / Megavideo / Soundtrack)

Quentin Taratino Filmography Masterpost (Requested by its_sorcery)

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