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    The Hateful Eight

    I can't post the trailer because I'm on my phone, but will soon.

    Anyway, we just saw it in 70mm, and it was great. It's slow and a little bit anticlimactic, but it's an awesome experience from start to finish and I think one of Tarantino's best movies, even if the story isn't his best.

    Definitely seeing it again in digital to see how it compares to film.

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    One of my friends was seeing it at Alamo Drafthouse, and Quentin fucking Tarantino showed up. I COULD HAVE BEEN THERE (if I had bought tickets)! UGH.

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    Man, I keep reading about that online. I was reading a few reviews after and some articles on the filming process and a handful of them mentioned that screening. One of them was written by the projector working that night, and it was apparently his second day or something like that.

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    That's one hell of a second day
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    Those broken teeth on Domergue though. They made me cringe every time they were in shot.

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    I have to say I was happy with the pacing. He's sort of evolving into a slowly ratchet up the tension sort of writer in recent years, and this is about as far as you can take it. I've always dug the bunch of characters stuck in one room, 12 Angry Men vibe, and there were a whole bunch of talented character actors on that screen being awesome.

    What about the beast of a fucking score? Ennio Morricone finished off that spaghetti western feel perfectly.
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