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(1507) 7.3 103 min 2019

21 Years: Quentin Tarantino is a movie starring Quentin Tarantino, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Samuel L. Jackson. A documentary that focuses on the first 21 years of Quentin Tarantino's career and includes interviews with his frequent...

Starring
Diane Kruger, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L. Jackson
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tara Wood

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Tara Wood
Writer Tara Wood
Stars Diane Kruger, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L. Jackson
Country USA
Also Known As QT8: The First Eight, Tarantino total, Tarantino - The Bloody Genius
Runtime 1H 43M
Description A documentary that focuses on the first 21 years of Quentin Tarantino's career and includes interviews with his frequent collaborators.

Top reviews

Sunday, 08 Nov 2020 16:26

Overall this is a pretty interesting documentary, however it could have been better. The interviews are mostly stand-alone pieces, however one segment is really well done, however it is far from being a feature length interview. The documentary is divided into five sections. Part one covers Tarantino's first five years, the people he worked with, his mentor, his career, his first movie, his career as a director, and his life as a film maker. Tarantino talks about his journey as a filmmaker, his personal history and struggles as a black filmmaker. Part two covers Tarantino's first movie, Reservoir Dogs, and the people that he worked with, including his editor, and his editor's wife. Tarantino talks about his method, his method of film making and how it changed his life. Part three covers the opening of Reservoir Dogs, the death of his mother and the loss of his sister. Tarantino talks about his love of the films of Bresson and his memories of his childhood. Part four covers his first movie, Pulp Fiction, and the people that he worked with. Tarantino talks about how he came to film the movie and why he made it, how the director and actors work together and the relationship between the actors and the director. Part five covers the making of Reservoir Dogs, the death of Tarantino's mother, and the death of Tarantino's sister. Tarantino talks about how he came to make the movie, the best and worst moments of the movie, the special effects, and the famous scenes. There are some very funny moments throughout this documentary, but unfortunately, some of these moments are just too long. However, this documentary is definitely worth watching, and is definitely a great documentary for people who have not seen any of Tarantino's films. It is definitely a great documentary for fans of the filmmaker, and it is definitely worth checking out.
Friday, 30 Oct 2020 21:52

First, I've read the book "Death Proof" by Roger Zelazny. I've also read "Juan Manuel Del Toro: Del Toro at the Movies". I also love Quentin Tarantino, but I think he's a bit too good for his own good. This documentary is very interesting, and I agree with the points he's making. He wants to see films from the point of view of the film-makers, and shows a lot of stuff that might not have been talked about in the other documentaries. But I feel it's a little too "exotic" for the average Tarantino fan. Maybe it's because I don't really like to see a lot of foreign movies. I don't understand the fascination with foreign movies. Maybe the way the American critic said that it's all about the Japanese, I think that's true. But I think it's also true that American critics will always try to find an American 'culture', as much as they can, and that's why we have Hollywood films like "the Tenant" or "Life of Pi". I think that's also true about this documentary, and that's why I think it's important to see other films. I also agree with some of the other comments, like the fact that "Death Proof" and "Del Toro at the Movies" are not particularly exciting. But I think that's not really the point of the documentary. The point is that Quentin Tarantino is a great director, and that's why I wanted to see his work. I think he's really brilliant, and I think this documentary does a really good job of showing the passion he has for his work. I think he's a good director and a great storyteller, but that doesn't mean that I like his films. I think "Kill Bill" is one of the worst films I've ever seen, and it's definitely not the best. "The Hateful Eight" is another one. "Death Proof" is a great documentary, and I hope it inspires others to see his work.
Saturday, 03 Oct 2020 07:20

Quentin Tarantino once again gets the chance to make a documentary on his life, his work and his inspirations. Tarantino's life was a rather difficult one to follow due to various obstacles and the difficulty of keeping the integrity of the work. The interview is structured with the interviewer asking questions and getting answers and then Tarantino talking about his work and the inspirations behind his work. The format and format itself is quite simple, they were filmed with the same format as the interviews, the interviewees are the interviewer and the interviewer is Tarantino, they are all interviewed with Tarantino talking about his work. Tarantino does not say too much and he gets answers from the interviewees. It is always interesting to see his view of his work and the audience gets to see him interact with his work, which is good and it is always good to see him interact with his work. As the format was simple and the interviewees were all known and famous, I was not too impressed with the editing of the interviews, it felt as if the interviews could have been better edited. It was really a good interview and I enjoyed it very much. It is the same format as the interviews with the director himself, but with the format being different. The interview with Tarantino is pretty short and I did not really enjoy it. The interview with Tilda Swinton was not as good as the interview with Tarantino. It was not as much fun as the interviews with Tarantino and it did not really feel like the interview with Tarantino. Overall, it is a good interview with the director himself, but with the format being different, it did not really feel like the interview was with Tarantino. It is also interesting to see what was his inspirations for his work and it is also interesting to see the work he made when he was a teenager and how he had been inspired. The interview with Tarantino is a good interview and it is also a good interview with the interviews of the director himself and I do recommend it. 7/10


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