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It could have all turned out very differently for Quentin Tarantino. After causing a storm with Reservoir Dogs, the young director was offered numerous projects, including Speed and Men In Black. Instead, Quent skipped town and headed to Amsterdam where he concentrated on scripting Pulp Fiction. Thank goodness. Though, a Tarantino Speed? Now that’s something we’d like to see one day.
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Oct 18th 2011, 8:40
would have liked a nod towards true romance under T, instead of the cop out 'T'he that u used, it was pretty much the first feature he wrote, plus the dialog was virtually unchanged by mr scott for the film itself, testament to his brilliant writing skills
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Oct 18th 2011, 12:45
I thought F would be Feet...he certainly seems to have a fixation with them. Aha.
Oct 18th 2011, 18:02
No mention for his attempt to director a Bond film. Surely the biggest missed opertunity of his entire career!
Oct 19th 2011, 1:23
A should be ALIAS.
Oct 19th 2011, 19:00
U should be Uma's feet
Jan 20th 2013, 15:49
"Except he called it a ‘Southern’, because Django transplants Western tropes to the deep south, where Leonardo DiCaprio’s antagonist enslaves Jamie Foxx’s Django."
Except Django was never enslaved by Candie
Sorry for fangirling
Jan 20th 2013, 20:57
I'm with pipehitterz with regards to True Romance being completely overlooked, especially as it contains arguably the greatest ever scene Tarantino has ever written.
In addition to that, I'm also surprised that "Grave Danger," the two-part CSI story that he did, failed to even get a mention.
Feb 13th 2013, 23:29
U is for UMA THURMAN, Not "Unchained" ! ! Or "Uma's feet", like Hadouken76 said ... hueheuheuhe
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