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Films You Need to See With QT


#1

If you had a one-time opportunity to watch 3 films alone with QT on 1 day, which 3 would you choose?


#2

I would choose Mephisto, Eraserhead & Beyond the Mat.


#3

I would choose the following:


  1. The Good The Bad and The Ugly
  2. Psycho
  3. Citizen Kane



    I figure Quentin knows a lot about those films and I would probably learn a lot from him about making a film.

#4

Bit obvious but I would choose three of his movies so that I could ask him lots of questions about them.



Reservoir Dogs

Kill Bill (counts as one)

Deathproof



Anyway, I’m sitting next to QT in a movie theatre? I couldn’t give a shit about the film I’m watching.


#5

Rio Bravo

I Spit On Your Grave

and

Vanishing Point


#6

[quote=“Oren”]
If you had a one-time opportunity to watch 3 films alone with QT on 1 day, which 3 would you choose?
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you get this year’s award for most original topic!



I would watch:


  • Rolling Thunder (mostly because he probably has a nice widescreen print of it, haha)
  • Where Eagle’s Dare
  • and to finish the evening something you can smoke weed to and drink yummy Budweiser (or vodka): a Cheech and Chong movie

#7

[quote=“Bad Max”]


I Spit On Your Grave
[/quote]

That would be an fun experience.



It’s hard to pick only three but here it goes…



The Beyond

Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia

Silent Night, Deadly Night



I’m sure i’ll change my mind tomorrow ;D


#8

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Kill Bill

Big Trouble in Little China



edit: fixed. dunno why I thought it was rumble


#9

Never heard of Big Rumble in Little China, whos in that?


#10

Isn’t it Big Trouble in Little China? Kurt Russell?


#11

Oh its Big Trouble in Little China. Ive seen that. One of my favorite John Carpenter films.


#12

Once Upon a Time in The West

Master of the Flying Guillotine

Rolling Thunder


#13

Porn.



Any porn he likes.



I want to watch it with him.


#14

Von Stroheim’s Greed

Bondarchuk’s War and Peace

Bertolucci’s 1900



Just so we could spend those 1057 minutes talking about other movies!