The Powerpuff Girls are made of three things: sugar, spice, and everything nice. A similar concept applies for Quentin Tarantino films. Except instead of sugar it's blood and spice is the fuck word and everything nice is everything testosterone charged. But, it's basically the same thing.
I was thinking about Quentin Tarantino. He had that new movie The Hateful Eight that came out on Christmas. One of my dear male friends wanted to see it and I told him to hit me up if he needed company. The hitting up did not happen and I still haven't seen it.
Quentin Tarantino is making some kind of statement. Do I know what it is? Never. I just enjoy his movies and try not to think about what he's getting across. Is he critiquing masculinity? Does he like women? Are gays a good thing? All I know is Uma Thurman looks good in a yellow skintight leather suit.
Prince William has been introducing me to his films. He showed me the iconic Pulp Fiction. Uma Thurman was there. She taught me not to snort heroin. Samuel L. Jackson is there, Bruce Willis makes an appearance, John Travolta is losing his hair. It's a great movie.
The entire plot is convoluted and out of order. A staple in Quentin Tarantino's filmography. It's what gives him movie the appeal to watch them again. If you haven't seen Pulp Fiction you should.
Quentin Tarantino also puts in a guest spot. He was surprisingly cuter then I expected. He puts in a lot of appearances in his films. He was iconically blown up in Django Unchained.
The Kill Bill franchise was another mainstream win for him. This is where my love for Uma Thurman came from. She's dirty and sexy and dirty and it's just hot. This woman climbs out of a grave to come back and kill some bitches. She kills all of Lucy Liu's army to get to her.
Literally me. Canon me.
There's the potential for a third film. I'm ready. I hope it comes. Quentin Tarantino better not let me down. Practically all of Quentin Tarantino's films are iconic. Even if Warner told me that Reservoir Dogs was disappointing.
Quentin Tarantino is one of the most iconic film directors. Like Spielberg and Scorsese. He has a certain level of fame that's hard to come by for a man behind the camera. Audiences also know exactly what to expect when they spend $10.25 to get into see one of his movies. If that's not dedication and a true fan base, I don't know what is.