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'''The son of [[Kelsey Grammer]] and [[Robin Williams]]. Quentin "Fucking" Tarantino''' is a fucking film director, alright? He's probably most fucking famous for being a lame-ass that appears in every single one of his own movies, including [[Reservoir Dogs]] (as Mr. Virgin), [[Pulp Fiction]] (as the guy with the dead niggah storage), Jackie Brown (as Jackie Browns' brother, Brown Jackie, a downtown hustler who will mess you up) and [[Kill Bill]] (as Pai Mei). Tarantino first got his big break when Rodman Rodriguez asked him to co-direct [[Sin City]]. Because he still sucked, his shots was cut down to 5 minutes and released separately as "300". He also did that one fuckin' movie with a [[load|fuckload]] of homages to some old fuckin' movies, and motherfuckin Death Proof, alright?! Now sit down, shut the fuck up, and read the fuckin article before I execute every motherfuckin last one of you!
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: Ya know, I never really liked cold openings in movies.
   
<center>'''<s>Miramax</s> <s>Dimension</s> <s>The Weinstein Company</s> Two <s>Rich</s> Motherfuckin Jews Present:'''
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[the no-longer-black screen reveals John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, and Bruce Willis sitting in a diner]
   
'''Quentin Tarantino'''
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: ’ The fuck’s a cold opening?
   
'''Starring:'''
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BRUCE WILLIS: Damned if I know.
   
[[Samuel L. Jackson|'''Samuel L. Jackson''']]
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: A cold opening is when a movie, just, you know, just starts, outta fuckin’ nowhere.
   
'''Quentin Tarantino'''
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Ah, you mean that narrative technique that motherfucker Quentin Tarantino is fond of using?
   
[[Uma Thurman|'''Uma Thurman''']]
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: The very same.
   
'''and Quentin Tarantino'''
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: A-heh-ha-hah…Quentin Tarantino. Now that motherfucker’s a real motherfuckin’ motherfucker.
   
'''Written by Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary'''</center>
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BRUCE WILLIS: No fuckin’ shit.
   
==Chapter Fucking One: Death==
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: Hey guys?
[[image:Q_tarantino_001.jpg|thumb|left|200px|Quentin Tarantino]]
 
Tarantino was fucking killed when he was fucking set up by his fucking prick of a partner when it fucking turned out he was really a fucking cop, alright? The fucker performed the five-point-palm-exploding-heart technique on him, and plucked out his fucking eyeball. Basically proving that Tarantino's a fucking douchebag, straight-up, with a side of shit.
 
   
==Chapter Fucking Six: The Drop Off (For Real this Time)==
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BRUCE WILLIS: What?
   
...learned that his anus and balls were being sold for abusive butthole pleasures, and that the fucking suitcase with his scripts had been fucking stolen. So did you know what the fucker did after that? I said, "'''DO YOU KNOW WHAT THE FUCKER DID AFTER THAT?'''" What country you from?
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: Let’s pull out our guns and start yelling.
What ain't no country I ever heard of! Do they speak English in What? ENGLISH MOTHERFUCKER! DO YOU SPEAK IT! <!-- I know Samuel L. Jackson said that fucking line, but this is supposed to be written by Tarantino, who wrote that fucking line. --> So where the fuck was I? Oh yeah, so any fucking way, there were some fucking closeups of bare fucking feet... lovely bare fucking feet... with such perfectly round fucking toes... A-a-anyway, he fucking needed to find the niggers responsible for doing this, so he blackmailed Samuel L. Fucking Jackson and John fucking Travolta to get the fucking suitcase, and they sat in the fucking car talking about fuckin' "Casino-Royale-Avec-Frommage", alright? So anyway, they went to go find the fuckers who did this to him. It turned out is was a group of some fuckers named Blond and White, and Orange and that kind of fucking stuff. (Contrary to unpopular belief, not Mr. Pink, but Mr. Rainbow was the gay one) So anyway, their fucking leader was a gun runner, who was partners with some fucking bank robbers/vampire hunters. Then there were more bare feet... Lovely, dirty bare fucking feet... W-w-with lots of fucking toe rings... So any way, the fuckers all met up in Cloud fucking city to fight Darth Vader's balls in a jar! So they all go to Cloud City, and find out that Beavis and Butthead have stolen the [[Ark of the Covenant]] from James Bond, and were hiding deep in the heart of the batcave, with the Terminator as a bodyguard! (Hey! I can use fucking elements from other movies! It's not a ripoff, it's an homage!) So anyway, it ends with a fucking Mexican standoff with samurai swords, guns, and ass rapings and everybody fucking dies, alright?
 
   
==Chapter Fucking Two: Massacre during Tarantino's Career ==
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Fine by me.
[[Image:Revoir Dogs.JPG|thumb|right|200px|The DVD cover for ''Revoir Dogs'']]
 
Alright, so Tarantino's first fucking film, called ''My Boyfriend's Birthday'', or something to that fucking extent was burned down when the fucking warehouse it was stored in caught on fire. So anyway, later, he got together with some fucking niggers, alright, and began to write his first fucking film ''[[Reservoir Dogs]]'', about some dumb fuckers who try to rob a bank and all die at the ending, alright? So then, he went off to fucking Amsterdam or some place like that, and the fucker got baked. You know that hash is legal in Amsterdam? (But you can't just walk into a bar, roll a joint, and start puffin' away...) So anyway, when he was in fucking Amsterdam, some niggers ambushed him, and left him for dead. He was in a fucking coma for 4 years, and when he woke up, he picked up a sword and he...
 
   
==Chapter Fucking Eighty nine: The Quentin Situation==
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: WE HAVE FUCKING GUNS!
Alright so this guy, like, he's waking into this bar, you know? And he's getting out of this fucking awesome sweet Cadillac, right? This motherfucking car is LAYED OUT, I mean shit! Ok, so this dude has like, fifteen guns on him, right? No, wait- twenty guns. This motherfucker is armed to the teeth like he's fucking Mannix and all that shit, ok? Right, so this guy is walking into this bar, you know? And he's walking really cool like he's in the fucking Rat Pack or some shit, okay? So this sweet fucking chick with the hottest feet, I mean the hottest feet - THESE FEET ARE FUCKING SPILLING OUT OF HER SHOES, MAN - she's checking out this dude, and she's like, "Please don't squeeze the Charmin," right. Okay, so this dude, he pulls all twenty fucking guns on her, and starts firing, alright? No, wait first he's all, "Fuck you Mr. Whipple," because that would be cool. Then the chick runs up the wall with her hot feet, okay?
 
   
==Chapter Fucking Five: Filmography==
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Damn motherfuckin’ right we do, motherfuckers!
[[Image:Freibergamatrix.jpg|thumb|300px|The original picked cast of ''Revoir Dogs'' before Tarantino changed his mind; Tarantino is third from the top.]]
 
===Fucking Director & Fucking Screenplay===
 
* ''Pulp Non-Fiction'' ([[Beginning of Time]])
 
* ''It's A Wonderful Life: Alternate Killing Spree Ending'' (1946)
 
* ''[[World War I]]'' ([[1984]])
 
* ''Mary Poppins'' ([[1987]])
 
* ''My Best [[Friend]]'s Wedding'' ([[1987]])
 
* ''Revoir Dogs'' ([[1992]])
 
* ''[[Sperm Reservoir Dogs]]'' ([[1992]])
 
* ''Reservoir Bitches'' ([[1992]])
 
* "Killing Dogs" ([[1993]])
 
* ''Papier Mache Fiction'' ([[1994]])
 
* ''[[Wizard of Oz|The Wizard of Oz]]'' ([[1994]])
 
* ''Four and a half Rooms'' (segment "The [[Man]] from Vinewood" now destroyed apart from one frame) ([[1995]]) (directed in sleep)
 
* ''The Gooder, The Uglier, The Badder-Bigger-And-Fuckin'-Uncutter''' ([[1996]]) (homage to [[Sergio Leone]], with the now legendary trigintiello scene, a duel of 30 duelists with chainguns and katanas)
 
* ''Sugar Punch Brown'' ([[1997]]) (filmed in six hours)
 
* ''The Birth of Eli Roth'' ([[2002]]))
 
* ''[[Kill Bill|Ensure That Bill No Longer Lives]]'' (Vol. 1 [[2003]], Vol. 2 [[2004]])
 
* ''CLSB: Childish Life of Sawney Bean'' ([[2005]]) '' (Guest Writer and Director)
 
* ''Inglorious Brownies'' ([[2006]]) - not yet released.
 
* ''Sesame Street Characters Play Hopscotch'' (2006)
 
* '' Anal Foot Inserting' 5 (2006)
 
* ''Dr. Tran Doles Out The Harshness'' (2006)
 
* ''Terminator 4: How To Talk To A Mormon Child'' (2006)
 
* ''House Grind'' (available at Starbucks, 2007)
 
* ''Star Wars: Episode VII - The Quest for More Money'' (????)
 
* ''New Chinese Movie That I Didn't Really Have Anything To Do With.''
 
   
===Fucking Screenplay===
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[freezeframe; fast-paced surfer-rock begins playing]
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* ''Oil Rig Cats'' (1991)
 
* ''False Romance'' (1993)
 
* ''Natural Bjorn Kickers'' ([[1994]]) (written with a Norwegian in Norwegia, directed by a Swede)
 
* '' Win a Date with Tad Hamilton'' ([[2003]])
 
* ''That Weird [[Vampire]] Movie with George Clooney'' ([[1996]])
 
* ''[[FOX News]]'' (2025)
 
   
==Chapter Fucking Six: The Penthouse==
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MIRAMAX PRESENTS…
...Bruce Willis loses a finger, but saves Ving Rhames from getting raped while Christopher Walken gives him some fucking watch, alright? We should go. Yeah, I'm pretty sure that would be a good idea.
 
   
==See also==
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IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY…
*[[Movies]]
 
*[[Cinema]]
 
*[[1990s]]
 
   
==External Links==
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QUENTIN FUCKING TARANTINO
   
*[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000233/ Quentin Tarantino] at the [[Internet Movie Database]]
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An article by Quentin Tarantino
   
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About Quentin Tarantino
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STARRING:
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John Travolta
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Samuel L. Jackson
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Uma Thurman
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Harvey Keitel
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Tim Roth
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Michael Madsen
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Ving Rhames
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Steve Buscemi
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Lucy Lui
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Pam Greer
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Christopher Walken
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& Bruce Willis
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With a cameo by Quentin Tarantino
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Written & Directed by Quentin Tarantino
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==Chapter Fucking One: Early Life==
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[a shot of Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta driving in a car]
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: So wha’ do we got on this Tarantino cat, anyway?
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: Full name’s Quentin Tarantino. He’s a contemporary filmmaker, best known for Pulp Fiction and—
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Nah nah nah, I know all that already. I mean, you know, early shit: where’d he grow up, where’d he go to school, when he lost his virginity, all that fuckin’ shit.
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: Well, we ain’t got much: born in California; worked in a cheap video store; self-taught filmmaker; fan of [[Akira Kurosawa]], [[Sergio Leone]], [[Jean-Luc Godard]], and various exploitation films.
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: So that narrows it down to, what, half ’a fuckin’ Hollywood?
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: Well, this Quentin cat was the first a’ all them.
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: That don’t make our job any easier.
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: Nah, ’ suppose not. Wanna getta burger?
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Sounds good to me.
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==Chapter Fucking Two: Later Filmography (AKA ‘Kill Bill’, ‘Death Proof’ & ‘Inglourious Basterds’==
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Kill Bill is actually two movies, Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Kill Bill Vol. 2, because Tarantino went so far over fucking budget and allotted running time that there wasn’t much else Miramax could do. Because it’s one really long fuckin’ movie made into two movies, there’s something of a problem: Vol. 1 has all the action, and Vol. 2 has all the plot. Pacing, Quentin, fuckin’ pacing, man.
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Death Proof is Quentin Tarantino trying to make an exploitation film, though last time I checked there wasn’t much colloquial fuckin’ banter in exploitation films. Yeah, remember all that half-serious discussion over foreign fast food in Thriller: A Grim Picture? No? You don’t? Probably because there fucking wasn’t any.
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Inglourious Basterds is Tarantino’s latest film. If you haven’t gathered by this point, it’s about killing Nazis.
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==Chapter Fucking Three: Cinematic Techniques & Style==
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CHRISTOPHER WALKEN: Quentin Tarantino…he likes…to use flashbacks…to help to tell the story. These flashbacks…provide…valuable insight…into the background and motivations of Tarantino’s characters. Tarantino is also fond of using…out-of-order exposition…to alter the way in which the audience perceives…the plot’s events unfold. By doing this…he actually emphasizes…the subjectivity of film as an art form…and…by extension…the subjectivity of human perception…which is actually an underlying theme…in most of his movies. Speaking of… Quentin Tarantino…he is here now.
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QUENTIN TARANTINO: Alright, so this is just my fucking cameo, alright? I just like appearing in my own fucking movies, ’kay? Now wake up.
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BRUCE WILLIS: Woah!
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: And what the fuck is your problem?
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BRUCE WILLIS: I just…it was….
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Well, regardless, I hafta’ fuck this nigger up so he’ll fuckin’ tell us where our man is at.
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[the camera pans to a tied-up Ving Rhames]
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JOHN TRAVOLTA: Nah man, don’t be doing that, that’s black-on-black hate. You fuckin’ want Spike Lee comin’ over here and running his fat fuckin’ mouth?
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SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Spike Lee…pssssh…that nigger can suck my fuckin’ dick. Now for some obligatory borderline-sadistic violence, mother fuckers!
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VING RHAMES: Mgghhh! Mmggghhhh!
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==Chapter Fucking Four: Middle Filmography (AKA ‘Jackie Brown’)==
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Truth be told, Jackie Brown ain’t all that impressive, so unless you’re a really big Pam Greer fan, you might as well not bother fuckin’ seeing it.
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==Chapter Fucking Five: Dialog==
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STEVE BUSCEMI: Man, I don’ care what anyone says, but Booberry is hands-down the best Post brand Halloween cereal.
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HARVEY KEITEL: And that, my good friend, is where you’re wrong—Count Chocula, forever and always.
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STEVE BUSCEMI: Man, Count Chocula is such a fuckin’ clichéd cereal. For that matter, chocolate in general is one great big fuckin’ clichéd, ya’ know? Any dickweed wants to get his girlfriend something for Valentine’s Day, what’s he get? Chocolate.
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HARVEY KEITEL: But that don’t mean that chocolate isn’t good.
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STEVE BUSCEMI: Woah woah woah woah woah, hold everything, I never said chocolate wasn’t good, just that it was a cliché: those are two completely different fuckin’ things.
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HARVEY KEITEL: So we’re in agreement then?
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STEVE BUSCEMI: On the subject of chocolate, yes; on the subject of Booberry, no.
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TIM ROTH: You and yo’ fuckin’ Booberry, man.
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==Chapter Fucking Six: Early Filmography==
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Reservoir Dogs is Quentin Tarantino’s first fuckin’ film. It’s the film that made Quentin Tarantino Quentin Fuckin’ Taratino, so you can probably imagine how important it was both to him and to cinema in general. It’s got it all: violence, swearing, colloquial banter, swearing, and a bitchin’ ’70s soundtrack.
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Pulp Fiction is the best fucking film ever made, ever, it’s as simple as that.
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==Chapter Fucking Seven: Death==
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TIM ROTH: Quentin, there’s…there’s something I gotta tell ya, man. It’s the Weinsteins. They’ve…they’re…they’re cutting funding, man. They’re cutting funding…. I’m…I’m sorry, Quentin…Quentin….
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[BANG!]
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==Credits (AKA ‘See Also’)==
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<center>Written & Directed by Quentin Tarantino</center>
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<center>Produced by The [[Portal:Film|Weinstein Company]]</center>
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<center>Starring:</center>
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<center>[[John Travolta]]</center>
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<center>[[Samuel L. Jackson]]</center>
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<center>[[Uma Thurman]]</center>
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<center>[[Harvey Keitel]]</center>
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<center>[[Tim Roth]]</center>
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<center>[[Michael Madsen]]</center>
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<center>[[Ving Rhames]]</center>
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<center>[[Steve Buscemi]]</center>
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<center>[[Lucy Lui]]</center>
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<center>[[Pam Greer]]</center>
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<center>[[Christopher Walken]]</center>
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<center>[[Bruce Willis]]</center>
   
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[a black screen]

JOHN TRAVOLTA: Ya know, I never really liked cold openings in movies.

[the no-longer-black screen reveals John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, and Bruce Willis sitting in a diner]

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: ’ The fuck’s a cold opening?

BRUCE WILLIS: Damned if I know.

JOHN TRAVOLTA: A cold opening is when a movie, just, you know, just starts, outta fuckin’ nowhere.

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Ah, you mean that narrative technique that motherfucker Quentin Tarantino is fond of using?

JOHN TRAVOLTA: The very same.

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: A-heh-ha-hah…Quentin Tarantino. Now that motherfucker’s a real motherfuckin’ motherfucker.

BRUCE WILLIS: No fuckin’ shit.

JOHN TRAVOLTA: Hey guys?

BRUCE WILLIS: What?

JOHN TRAVOLTA: Let’s pull out our guns and start yelling.

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Fine by me.

JOHN TRAVOLTA: WE HAVE FUCKING GUNS!

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Damn motherfuckin’ right we do, motherfuckers!

[freezeframe; fast-paced surfer-rock begins playing]

MIRAMAX PRESENTS…

IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY…

QUENTIN FUCKING TARANTINO

An article by Quentin Tarantino

About Quentin Tarantino

STARRING:

John Travolta

Samuel L. Jackson

Uma Thurman

Harvey Keitel

Tim Roth

Michael Madsen

Ving Rhames

Steve Buscemi

Lucy Lui

Pam Greer

Christopher Walken

& Bruce Willis

With a cameo by Quentin Tarantino

Written & Directed by Quentin Tarantino

Chapter Fucking One: Early Life

[a shot of Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta driving in a car]

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: So wha’ do we got on this Tarantino cat, anyway?

JOHN TRAVOLTA: Full name’s Quentin Tarantino. He’s a contemporary filmmaker, best known for Pulp Fiction and—

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Nah nah nah, I know all that already. I mean, you know, early shit: where’d he grow up, where’d he go to school, when he lost his virginity, all that fuckin’ shit.

JOHN TRAVOLTA: Well, we ain’t got much: born in California; worked in a cheap video store; self-taught filmmaker; fan of Akira Kurosawa, Sergio Leone, Jean-Luc Godard, and various exploitation films.

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: So that narrows it down to, what, half ’a fuckin’ Hollywood?

JOHN TRAVOLTA: Well, this Quentin cat was the first a’ all them.

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: That don’t make our job any easier.

JOHN TRAVOLTA: Nah, ’ suppose not. Wanna getta burger?

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Sounds good to me.

Chapter Fucking Two: Later Filmography (AKA ‘Kill Bill’, ‘Death Proof’ & ‘Inglourious Basterds’

Kill Bill is actually two movies, Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Kill Bill Vol. 2, because Tarantino went so far over fucking budget and allotted running time that there wasn’t much else Miramax could do. Because it’s one really long fuckin’ movie made into two movies, there’s something of a problem: Vol. 1 has all the action, and Vol. 2 has all the plot. Pacing, Quentin, fuckin’ pacing, man.

Death Proof is Quentin Tarantino trying to make an exploitation film, though last time I checked there wasn’t much colloquial fuckin’ banter in exploitation films. Yeah, remember all that half-serious discussion over foreign fast food in Thriller: A Grim Picture? No? You don’t? Probably because there fucking wasn’t any.

Inglourious Basterds is Tarantino’s latest film. If you haven’t gathered by this point, it’s about killing Nazis.

Chapter Fucking Three: Cinematic Techniques & Style

CHRISTOPHER WALKEN: Quentin Tarantino…he likes…to use flashbacks…to help to tell the story. These flashbacks…provide…valuable insight…into the background and motivations of Tarantino’s characters. Tarantino is also fond of using…out-of-order exposition…to alter the way in which the audience perceives…the plot’s events unfold. By doing this…he actually emphasizes…the subjectivity of film as an art form…and…by extension…the subjectivity of human perception…which is actually an underlying theme…in most of his movies. Speaking of… Quentin Tarantino…he is here now.

QUENTIN TARANTINO: Alright, so this is just my fucking cameo, alright? I just like appearing in my own fucking movies, ’kay? Now wake up.

BRUCE WILLIS: Woah!

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: And what the fuck is your problem?

BRUCE WILLIS: I just…it was….

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Well, regardless, I hafta’ fuck this nigger up so he’ll fuckin’ tell us where our man is at.

[the camera pans to a tied-up Ving Rhames]

JOHN TRAVOLTA: Nah man, don’t be doing that, that’s black-on-black hate. You fuckin’ want Spike Lee comin’ over here and running his fat fuckin’ mouth?

SAMUEL L. JACKSON: Spike Lee…pssssh…that nigger can suck my fuckin’ dick. Now for some obligatory borderline-sadistic violence, mother fuckers!

VING RHAMES: Mgghhh! Mmggghhhh!

Chapter Fucking Four: Middle Filmography (AKA ‘Jackie Brown’)

Truth be told, Jackie Brown ain’t all that impressive, so unless you’re a really big Pam Greer fan, you might as well not bother fuckin’ seeing it.

Chapter Fucking Five: Dialog

STEVE BUSCEMI: Man, I don’ care what anyone says, but Booberry is hands-down the best Post brand Halloween cereal.

HARVEY KEITEL: And that, my good friend, is where you’re wrong—Count Chocula, forever and always.

STEVE BUSCEMI: Man, Count Chocula is such a fuckin’ clichéd cereal. For that matter, chocolate in general is one great big fuckin’ clichéd, ya’ know? Any dickweed wants to get his girlfriend something for Valentine’s Day, what’s he get? Chocolate.

HARVEY KEITEL: But that don’t mean that chocolate isn’t good.

STEVE BUSCEMI: Woah woah woah woah woah, hold everything, I never said chocolate wasn’t good, just that it was a cliché: those are two completely different fuckin’ things.

HARVEY KEITEL: So we’re in agreement then?

STEVE BUSCEMI: On the subject of chocolate, yes; on the subject of Booberry, no.

TIM ROTH: You and yo’ fuckin’ Booberry, man.

Chapter Fucking Six: Early Filmography

Reservoir Dogs is Quentin Tarantino’s first fuckin’ film. It’s the film that made Quentin Tarantino Quentin Fuckin’ Taratino, so you can probably imagine how important it was both to him and to cinema in general. It’s got it all: violence, swearing, colloquial banter, swearing, and a bitchin’ ’70s soundtrack.

Pulp Fiction is the best fucking film ever made, ever, it’s as simple as that.

Chapter Fucking Seven: Death

TIM ROTH: Quentin, there’s…there’s something I gotta tell ya, man. It’s the Weinsteins. They’ve…they’re…they’re cutting funding, man. They’re cutting funding…. I’m…I’m sorry, Quentin…Quentin….

[BANG!]

Credits (AKA ‘See Also’)

Written & Directed by Quentin Tarantino
Produced by The Weinstein Company
Starring:
John Travolta
Samuel L. Jackson
Uma Thurman
Harvey Keitel
Tim Roth
Michael Madsen
Ving Rhames
Steve Buscemi
Lucy Lui
Pam Greer
Christopher Walken
Bruce Willis
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