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Hi there, I’m JP from Bristol, England. I work in the music industry. I’ll be seeing Once Upon A Time In Hollywood when it’s released here in 3 day’s time. My expectations are high, however I’m sure I won’t be disappointed! Thanks for having me.

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Just wanted to say hello to everyone here. I’m Raymond and I’m a fan of movies made by Quentin Tarantino and David Fincher. I’m happy to be part of this community.

welcome Ray! Enjoy your time around

Brian Wilson here - no, not THAT Brian Wilson. But, yes, I get asked about my name every single day. Every. Day. I’m in Atlanta but am not from here - grew up in Oklahoma, went to college in North Carolina and Florida, lived in Tennessee, and finally found myself in the ATL. Been a QT fan for a long time and it’s nice to find a spot with fellow fans. I love everything about his movies and am a big movie fan in general. Happy to be here :slight_smile:

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You can call me by my christian name. Tron.

Well, I’m a mushroom cloud-laying motherfucker, motherfucker! Everytime my hands touch brain, I’m SUPERFLY T.N.T.! I’m THE GUNS OF THE NAVARONES!!

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Hello QT, I am Mike Presley. I am health care lawyer and am in the process of finishing my MBA from Johns Hopkins. I joined the forum to express my appreciation of your most recent film, “Once upon a time in Hollywood…” Its was very well down and I especially enjoyed the subtleties of the film, like the picture of an angelic woman that was hung on the wall behind Margot Robbie in what apparently was her bedroom. (I noticed it because you focused on it for several seconds after she left the scene.) Nice Job. I watched the film more than a dozen times now and can see more and more of these expressions throughout the film. The implications of your film is very telling. I wonder if there is a name for this type of film making? Thanks. MP

Steve here, Loved PF when I saw it in 94 (?), knocked me out. Same feeling with OUTIH, great flick. He’s got the mojo back after the last several gore and guts outings / revenge movies. It’s the story telling within the story that’s key ****

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Howdy! My name is Mark Lungo and I joined this forum just a few minutes ago. I’m a fan of all kinds of pop culture coolness. I admit I’ve seen only three of QT’s films all the way through (Jackie Brown, Inglorious Basterds, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood), but they’re all extraordinary, and I’m looking forward to catching up with his other movies.

P.S. Am I allowed to mention something I’ve published?

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