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Quentin bashes SF reviewer over Kill Bill


#1

I don’t know if anyone saw this or if it has already been posted here, but here is an interesting interview with Quentin at the release of Kill Bill on KRON 4 (San Francisco).



The reviewer is Jan Wahl and essentially Tarantino gets into this big shouting argument with her on the air over the violence in Kill Bill. Quentin totally owns her too. Hilarious stuff.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYu6fpaNrBA


#2

[quote=“Angel”]
I don’t know if anyone saw this or if it has already been posted here, but here is an interesting interview with Quentin at the release of Kill Bill on KRON 4 (San Francisco).



The reviewer is Jan Wahl and essentially Tarantino gets into this big shouting argument with her on the air over the violence in Kill Bill. Quentin totally owns her too. Hilarious stuff.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYu6fpaNrBA
[/quote]It’s been on youtube for a very long time. QUENTIN: “Am I still as handsome when you first saw me?” FAT BITCH:"…mmmmmmm…yeah." That was funny.


#3

Quentin sure knows his stuff, or at least believes strongly in it. He was more convincing as opposed to the interviewer’s weakly fundamented accusations. In fact, no innocent people actually die in Kill Bill, except for O-Ren’s parents, which aren’t part of the main story and is more tragic. And I don’t think it encourages violence because it is too unrealistic. The first time I saw it I was relieved that the action is improbable in real life. But the story justifies every bit, and Quentin is right about the code of honour and all that; there are positive values in this film regarding that. However, it is possible to argue properly in opposition of this.


#4

No, what the fuck are you talking about? Innocent people died! All those poor chinese bodyguards were viciously attacked by The Bride! And Buck, the poor guy! It had no soul! NO SOUL!



What a dumb bitch.



I love it how once QT is off the air, she tries to make her idiotic point. Yeah QT pwned her.


#5

I like how she says “Would it be fun if a group of teenagers attacked you in the streets”. How can you compare real life with a movie, it makes absolutely no sense whatsover. And that fat bitch looks like shit; she insults QTs looks and his integrity as a filmmaker for being too violent? Shakespeare was very violent in his plays, I think she just wanted to make a name for herself by trying to humiliate QT, which she did not do.


#6

Oh no, not this video again! I’m sick of seeing this fat pig!! And fuck her hat! Instead of bashing QT she should take it with her stylist and fitness teacher.


#7

i live in SF and i actually saw this interview when it came up on channel 4…i hate her fuckin’ reviews and i think shes a fat fuckin’ cunt for being so ignorant…and yeah, QT pwned her!


#8

i have seen that before everytime i watch it, it brings a smile to my face.


#9

[quote=“Biohazard”]
It’s been on youtube for a very long time.
[/quote]

Yeah, I know. I came upon it again recently and wasn’t sure if it was ever posted. It’s one of those things where QT is so obviously right that I can’t even believe the reviewer thought she had a point.


#10

WOW…she was a big fat bitch


#11

[quote=“KILL BILL vol.3”]
WOW…she was a big fat bitch
[/quote]

yes she is and why are all the news anchors so aggressive toward film directors any one seen the eli roth interview for hostel with the news anchor?


#12

Ya the guy was like pissed at eli…he was like “so u think that horror films and politics are related in some way” eli “ya definitely” anchor"come one be serious" that guy was like mad at eli


#13

[quote=“KILL BILL vol.3”]
Ya the guy was like pissed at eli…he was like “so u think that horror films and politics are related in some way” eli “ya definitely” anchor"come one be serious" that guy was like mad at eli
[/quote]

yeaaa and he got extremely pissed off when he was like what about phyco and then eli was like well that was about edgein and how here u become famous if you kill someone so yea it has something to with a political aspect.


#14

-why the need for so much graphic violence?

-BECAUSE IT’S SO MUCH FUN, JANE! GET IT?



hahaha what a fat bitch!


#15

ahaha yeaaa


#16

Hahaha - man, what a bitch!



So far as letting my kid see it, probably not. But if he or she were like me when I was a kid, they probably would have already seen it before me. :wink:


#17

if i had a kid i would let him see it in a heart beat its only a movie although i would probably fast forward the whole buck scene.


#18

not to mention i was like 12 when i seen it.


#19

I’d let my kids swatch it even if they were 10…

by the time I have kids and they are 10, this movie will be history!

and it won’t be so violent any more

look, what was hold as violent 20 years ago…(lol I wasnt there 20 years ago)


#20

A friend of mine had a little friend. When he was ten he used to watch all this very violent films(he watched American History X for example). When he saw a movie with Winni The Pooh he cried… I think what a person can watch at what age very much changes from one person to another. Therefore the ratings always should be an advise.