I Don’t Hate It. Because It’s From Tarantino. But the 1st Part of THE HATEFUL EIGHT is Against the Very Principle He’s Teaching.

Quentin Tarantino will always be one of my favorite directors of all time. It was his PULP FICTION that first showed me a different perspective of how to appreciate a film — unorthodox and with an in-your-face attitude. But forward to THE HATEFUL EIGHT and into first 20 minutes of watching it, what I only feel is boredom. A high level of flatness that made me stop its viewing.

This is not the Tarantino who were pushing for a school of thought that is “in medias res”. Here is a Tarantino that is so self-indulged. Nothing’s wrong not giving a shit, as it is. But when the first important parts of a film wasn’t connecting to its audience, at least in the definition of its director, something must be wrong.

Thou I hope I’m wrong. And come the time that I will be watching this in full, I hope its ending will do some justice for an otherwise uninteresting opening scenes.


[written by: Dima]

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