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Tarantino is a master; Guy R is an entertaining, one-trick pony. "Kill Bill."

Posted by tinear on July 22, 2020 at 13:17:13:

Both films I and II are brilliant for many reasons that, if I need to mention them, are pointless. "Jackie Brown:" a modern day noir with amazing performances from DeNiro, Fonda, Jackson.

Intricacy of plots, unforgivable characters, unmatched brilliance of dialogue, skillful manipulation of time---- Richie ain't got any of this. it's like comparing a dime-store novel to Raymond Chandler.