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  • Film che Si discosta leggermente dai predecessori,  film che va oltre il film. A mio avviso una dichiarazione di amore nei confronti del "Cinema",un vero e proprio racconto della storia del cinema americano (accenno anche al cinema italiano), elogio al buon Sergio leone, ed infine un intreccio fatto ad hoc per raccontare" i fatti di cronaca "avvenuti negli 1968-69 in America per mano della" C.M. Family". #quentintarantino#film#dicaprio#breadpitt#margotrobbie#robertdeniro#onceuponatimeinhollywood
  • Film che Si discosta leggermente dai predecessori, film che va oltre il film. A mio avviso una dichiarazione di amore nei confronti del "Cinema",un vero e proprio racconto della storia del cinema americano (accenno anche al cinema italiano), elogio al buon Sergio leone, ed infine un intreccio fatto ad hoc per raccontare" i fatti di cronaca "avvenuti negli 1968-69 in America per mano della" C.M. Family". #quentintarantino #film #dicaprio #breadpitt #margotrobbie #robertdeniro #onceuponatimeinhollywood

  •  4  2  21 minutes ago
  • Recently, I wrote a story which ended with the words "THERE IS NO BOX" (check previous post) and for today's #MCM I celebrate a man who's body of work is evidence of just that. 
From Reservoir Dogs, to Pulp Fiction, To Jackie Brown...to Django Unchained, to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood etc. Quentin Tarantino who started making films with no formal training, has lived out his words "If you truly love cinema with all your heart and with enough passion you can't help but make a good movie". (#SPOILERALERT) I watched his most recent film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" with my mouth open probably 70% of the time. I kept saying "Did he just do that?" Like who does foundational character exposition almost 30 minutes in when the rules say it's best done in the first 10minutes? Who crosses the filmic line like it's nothing? Who uses jump cuts so eloquently, like mid-dialogue, mid-sound, who edits a film like that? Who keeps you watching a character doing nothing but driving for longer than many film makers would dare? I'll tell you who, Quentin Tarantino. And the best bit is that with whatever rules Quentin breaks, he respects his audience enough give them a double pay off. When you watch a character driving for longer than expected, you know that something major is about to go down! When he delays exposition, you know that the exposition is going to be a jaw dropper. When he "rudely" whisks us away into another shot or scene through a random jump-cut, you realize that you actually enjoy being whisked away like that because it takes your breath away.
His approach to filmmaking reminds me of something said by Jesus in the Bible about living lives that please God. There were many laws before the coming of Jesus, but Jesus came and explained that every single law was fulfilled in loving God totally and loving your neighbor as yourself. That law's was the true motivation. Similarly, by understanding the motivations behind the rules, Quentin has been able to stay true to the heart of genius filmmaking even as he bypasses formulaic boundaries to create works of art which constantly scream "THERE IS NO BOX". #quentintarantino #toluwaniobayan #toluwaniobayanworks #mcm #art
  • Recently, I wrote a story which ended with the words "THERE IS NO BOX" (check previous post) and for today's #MCM I celebrate a man who's body of work is evidence of just that.
    From Reservoir Dogs, to Pulp Fiction, To Jackie Brown...to Django Unchained, to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood etc. Quentin Tarantino who started making films with no formal training, has lived out his words "If you truly love cinema with all your heart and with enough passion you can't help but make a good movie". ( #SPOILERALERT) I watched his most recent film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" with my mouth open probably 70% of the time. I kept saying "Did he just do that?" Like who does foundational character exposition almost 30 minutes in when the rules say it's best done in the first 10minutes? Who crosses the filmic line like it's nothing? Who uses jump cuts so eloquently, like mid-dialogue, mid-sound, who edits a film like that? Who keeps you watching a character doing nothing but driving for longer than many film makers would dare? I'll tell you who, Quentin Tarantino. And the best bit is that with whatever rules Quentin breaks, he respects his audience enough give them a double pay off. When you watch a character driving for longer than expected, you know that something major is about to go down! When he delays exposition, you know that the exposition is going to be a jaw dropper. When he "rudely" whisks us away into another shot or scene through a random jump-cut, you realize that you actually enjoy being whisked away like that because it takes your breath away.
    His approach to filmmaking reminds me of something said by Jesus in the Bible about living lives that please God. There were many laws before the coming of Jesus, but Jesus came and explained that every single law was fulfilled in loving God totally and loving your neighbor as yourself. That law's was the true motivation. Similarly, by understanding the motivations behind the rules, Quentin has been able to stay true to the heart of genius filmmaking even as he bypasses formulaic boundaries to create works of art which constantly scream "THERE IS NO BOX". #quentintarantino #toluwaniobayan #toluwaniobayanworks #mcm #art

  •  1  0  22 minutes ago
  • Recently, I wrote a story which ended with the words "THERE IS NO BOX" (check previous post) and for today's #MCM I celebrate a man who's body of work is evidence of just that. 
From Reservoir Dogs, to Pulp Fiction, To Jackie Brown...to Django Unchained, to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood etc. Quentin Tarantino who started making films with no formal training, has lived out his words "If you truly love cinema with all your heart and with enough passion you can't help but make a good movie". (#SPOILERALERT) I watched his most recent film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" with my mouth open probably 70% of the time. I kept saying "Did he just do that?" Like who does foundational character exposition almost 30 minutes in when the rules say it's best done in the first 10minutes? Who crosses the filmic line like it's nothing? Who uses jump cuts so eloquently, like mid-dialogue, mid-sound, who edits a film like that? Who keeps you watching a character doing nothing but driving for longer than many film makers would dare? I'll tell you who, Quentin Tarantino. And the best bit is that with whatever rules Quentin breaks, he respects his audience enough give them a double pay off. When you watch a character driving for longer than expected, you know that something major is about to go down! When he delays exposition, you know that the exposition is going to be a jaw dropper. When he "rudely" whisks us away into another shot or scene through a random jump-cut, you realize that you actually enjoy being whisked away like that because it takes your breath away.
His approach to filmmaking reminds me of something said by Jesus in the Bible about living lives that please God. There were many laws before the coming of Jesus, but Jesus came and explained that every single law was fulfilled in loving God totally and loving your neighbor as yourself. That law's was the true motivation. Similarly, by understanding the motivations behind the rules, Quentin has been able to stay true to the heart of genius filmmaking even as he bypasses formulaic boundaries to create works of art which constantly scream "THERE IS NO BOX". #quentintarantino #toluwaniobayan #toluwaniobayanworks #mcm #art
  • Recently, I wrote a story which ended with the words "THERE IS NO BOX" (check previous post) and for today's #MCM I celebrate a man who's body of work is evidence of just that.
    From Reservoir Dogs, to Pulp Fiction, To Jackie Brown...to Django Unchained, to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood etc. Quentin Tarantino who started making films with no formal training, has lived out his words "If you truly love cinema with all your heart and with enough passion you can't help but make a good movie". ( #SPOILERALERT) I watched his most recent film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" with my mouth open probably 70% of the time. I kept saying "Did he just do that?" Like who does foundational character exposition almost 30 minutes in when the rules say it's best done in the first 10minutes? Who crosses the filmic line like it's nothing? Who uses jump cuts so eloquently, like mid-dialogue, mid-sound, who edits a film like that? Who keeps you watching a character doing nothing but driving for longer than many film makers would dare? I'll tell you who, Quentin Tarantino. And the best bit is that with whatever rules Quentin breaks, he respects his audience enough give them a double pay off. When you watch a character driving for longer than expected, you know that something major is about to go down! When he delays exposition, you know that the exposition is going to be a jaw dropper. When he "rudely" whisks us away into another shot or scene through a random jump-cut, you realize that you actually enjoy being whisked away like that because it takes your breath away.
    His approach to filmmaking reminds me of something said by Jesus in the Bible about living lives that please God. There were many laws before the coming of Jesus, but Jesus came and explained that every single law was fulfilled in loving God totally and loving your neighbor as yourself. That law's was the true motivation. Similarly, by understanding the motivations behind the rules, Quentin has been able to stay true to the heart of genius filmmaking even as he bypasses formulaic boundaries to create works of art which constantly scream "THERE IS NO BOX". #quentintarantino #toluwaniobayan #toluwaniobayanworks #mcm #art

  •  4  0  37 minutes ago
  • Tarantino è così, si sa, o lo ami o lo odi.
Come ogni genio che si rispetti.
O cogli l'opera d'arte che ti sta mettendo davanti o non la cogli.
Non ci sono vie di mezzo.
Bravi, bravi, bravi tutti.
Pazzeschi Leo e Brad, mostruosi. 
Margot, sei 'na figa. 
E tu, Quentin. Pazzo, pazzo da legare Quentin, ti ringrazio per questa ennesima meraviglia. Perché il tuo cinema è arte e come tale per me è una dono prezioso. 
Chapeau 🌹

#onceuponatimeinhollywood #cinema #quentintarantino
  • Tarantino è così, si sa, o lo ami o lo odi.
    Come ogni genio che si rispetti.
    O cogli l'opera d'arte che ti sta mettendo davanti o non la cogli.
    Non ci sono vie di mezzo.
    Bravi, bravi, bravi tutti.
    Pazzeschi Leo e Brad, mostruosi.
    Margot, sei 'na figa.
    E tu, Quentin. Pazzo, pazzo da legare Quentin, ti ringrazio per questa ennesima meraviglia. Perché il tuo cinema è arte e come tale per me è una dono prezioso.
    Chapeau 🌹

    #onceuponatimeinhollywood #cinema #quentintarantino

  •  9  1  44 minutes ago
  • Che notte agli Emmy! Trionfano #gameofthrones e #fleabag per i premi principali. Migliore attrice Jodie Comer per #killingeve, battendo la concorrenza della co-protagonista Sandra Oh, oltre ad Emilia Clark e Robin Wright, arrivate all'ultima stagione delle loro serie #got e #houseofcards. Nei cinema italiani trionfa #quentintarantino con una domenica da 1,7 milioni di euro per #ceraunavoltaahollywood, che segna un vero e proprio record per un film del regista americano nel nostro Paese. Tutto questo e molto altro su MYmovies.it. Link in bio!
  • Che notte agli Emmy! Trionfano #gameofthrones e #fleabag per i premi principali. Migliore attrice Jodie Comer per #killingeve, battendo la concorrenza della co-protagonista Sandra Oh, oltre ad Emilia Clark e Robin Wright, arrivate all'ultima stagione delle loro serie #got e #houseofcards. Nei cinema italiani trionfa #quentintarantino con una domenica da 1,7 milioni di euro per #ceraunavoltaahollywood, che segna un vero e proprio record per un film del regista americano nel nostro Paese. Tutto questo e molto altro su MYmovies.it. Link in bio!

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