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21 Years: Quentin Tarantino

21 Years: Quentin Tarantino is a movie starring Quentin Tarantino, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Samuel L. Jackson. A documentary that focuses on the first 21 years of Quentin Tarantino's career and includes interviews with his frequent...

Other Titles
Tarantino - The Bloody Genius, QT8: The First Eight, Tarantino total
Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Tara Wood
Tara Wood
Jennifer Jason Leigh, Samuel L. Jackson, Diane Kruger, Quentin Tarantino
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日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary that focuses on the first 21 years of Quentin Tarantino's career and includes interviews with his frequent collaborators.

Comments about documentary «21 Years: Quentin Tarantino» (18)

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Benjamin Patel

Quentin Tarantino, a legendary film director who made many memorable films and films that are now classics in their own right, here has dug deep into his memories and reminisced about his long and varied career. It is a movie that would have been great at any point in his career but for this one he is doing it in a more personal manner and not in an old fashion way. I really enjoyed this documentary on Tarantino. It really has a bit of everything. From the nuts and bolts of how he shoots and films to the personal anecdotes and insights of a professional man. It really is an eye-opener on the making of this movie. The amazing thing about it is that Tarantino has made movies like 'Pulp Fiction' and 'Reservoir Dogs' that have so much substance and a real sense of greatness that this one really is surprising. The best part is that it really shows how he makes the stuff that he makes and also shows how he made his own movies. He does not go over the film making process in this documentary and shows a lot of his personal process. This is a great film on how he makes movies and how he makes them. It is also a fascinating look at how he has made his own movies. It is also a look at how much he cares about the art form of cinema and how he feels he has a responsibility to his fans and followers to do a better job. It is an interesting look at a man who does not put the money in as it is and just puts it in to make sure that his movies are good. He shows a lot of personal anecdotes and moments where he is just talking to his friends about his movies. A lot of what he says has to do with the art of cinema and a lot of it is also personal. The thing that I really loved about this is that he really puts himself into it and does not try to prove that he is the best filmmaker. He just goes about it the way he does and makes films and as a result of this it is a very personal documentary and his personal views. I think this is a really interesting look into a person who just does not care about the money and how he makes movies. He just wants to make a good film and make sure that it is good and has an audience. There are a lot of great things about this movie. There are some really interesting moments and a lot of the insights are from the man himself. Some of the insights are really interesting and interesting to hear and they are quite touching. The one thing that I really liked about this is that it really shows how a lot of the iconic people and famous people that he had worked with throughout his career came into the movie making business. It is very interesting to hear how his friends came into the industry and the way they went about their business and how they were doing it. It is also a fascinating look at the relationship between Tarantino and his wife, she is really

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Rachel Peters

It's a shame that Quentin Tarantino's films are being seen as 'not so' good. This film is a great addition to his oeuvre. He doesn't use a lot of editing, he uses just the right amount of editing to keep the film moving at a constant pace. There is never a dull moment in this film. The music is very effective and the direction is very good. I really like this film and it is a must see.

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Matthew Kim

The theatrical trailer for Quentin Tarantino's upcoming film, Pulp Fiction, used to be absolutely incredible. I was shocked to find out that this film was to be a straight-to-DVD film starring, of all people, John Travolta. This was for me, one of the best movies I had seen for a very long time. The plot was one of the best I have ever seen, the directing was flawless, and the cast was a perfect mix of good actors and actors that are normally not in these types of films. In this film, Quentin Tarantino portrays himself as the character played by John Travolta, a movie mogul in Los Angeles. While he is no where near as famous as Travolta, he plays this role extremely well. This movie really isn't one to be missed. It has it all. Comedy, action, suspense, and a little bit of romance. It has all the elements to make a movie that is truly outstanding. If you are looking for something that you can watch over and over again, this is the film for you.

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Andrea M.

It's been a decade since I have watched a movie this good. It has got to be one of the most creative films I have ever seen, not just visually but also emotionally and intellectually. I recommend it to anyone who loves cinema and/or film in general.

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Beverly W.

I saw this movie at the 2016 Los Angeles Film Festival and really enjoyed it. Quentin Tarantino did a great job in doing a retrospective on the rise and fall of a cult classic movie. Quentin Tarantino and the members of his film crew talk about how their friendship and filmmaking knowledge shaped their life in this film. This film is entertaining and really shows the concept of what makes a great film and a cult classic. There is a lot of history involved and great information about the movie and film crew. I really enjoyed the film and thought it was great.

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Samuel F.

The overwhelming feeling I had while watching this film was that Quentin Tarantino is a great director and the "interviews" with some of his favorite directors made it all the more worthwhile. It also shows how filmmakers are brought into the creative process and how it can change their lives. Many of them just want to keep on doing what they do and get paid for it. Quentin Tarantino has no problem with that and goes in to full throttle and leaves behind his usual self in an effort to get the movie made. I'm not sure if there's been any other film director that gets so many things out of the process and the interviews are very insightful and fun to watch. However, I do think it's a little bit of a mixed bag and it's interesting to see the people interviewed in this film. It's a fascinating experience that I was very glad I saw.

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I caught this on cable, and I'm a long time Tarantino fan. It has some great bits, such as what he had to say about the Justice League. I enjoyed it very much. The movie starts out with a certain casting, but after that you get to see everything in the movie. We see a lot of production, a lot of questions about how the movie was shot, and most of all we get to see all the cast, some of which are very familiar. I'm sure there are some characters you don't know about, but this is not about them. It is about seeing all the actors in one place and then seeing them in the next scene. What is interesting is that some of the other bits, like how the movie was shot, is going to be new to a lot of people. The crew did a great job of keeping the camera steady. The cinematography was perfect, the music was beautiful, the lighting was wonderful, and the sound is just perfect. I was worried that the music was going to be too loud, but it wasn't. The music is all part of the movie. The cast is fantastic, and I feel like it was a little confusing when they were not seen. I am not a big fan of the visual effects, but I think they were all great. If you want to know what the first "Jurassic Park" was like, you will definitely enjoy this movie.

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Christine C.

I had never heard of this film until I saw it. I thought it was brilliant and the stories that were told were amazing. I will be seeing it again. I think everyone should see it, it's very artistic and it's just very sad.

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I don't know what to say. This is the most comprehensive documentary I've ever seen about one of the most influential and important films ever made. This is the true story of a true artist and the lasting legacy he left behind. The film is beautifully done, both in its editing and its presentation of the subject matter. It was made in 2002, but it has the feel of a documentary. It's shot with a very unique and sophisticated camera that seems to exist in a different world than the rest of the world. The acting is very well done. The editing is also very well done. The narrative is very well done. The entire documentary is very well done, from the editing to the presentation of the subject matter. The movie is a must see for everyone who loves movies. This is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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Kathryn C.

Quentin Tarantino's 8 Years has become a classic, and I'm sure many others will agree. It is a truly remarkable film, and one of the best films I've ever seen. I don't think I can ever get tired of it. It is the kind of film that will stay with you long after the credits have rolled. It's a testament to Tarantino's vision, and his genius, that this film is so good. I can't wait to see what he comes up with next.

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I've been waiting for this movie for a few years, and now I'm sitting down and watching it on my home theater system. This is a very well-made, gripping, and thought-provoking movie about film, film history, and film culture. Tarantino, as the director, seems like a guy who cares deeply about film, and I believe he'll be remembered for a long time. He brings a lot of insight into the history of the film industry, and the knowledge that he gives is fascinating and interesting. The music, however, is actually not very good, which is disappointing. The acting is great, and the editing is impressive. The pacing is also great, and the overall message of the movie is pretty powerful. This is definitely not the best movie of the year, but it's still an awesome movie. I definitely recommend watching it.

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I knew that "Ngaok Loong" was a good movie and watched it only because of my love of martial arts movies. Unfortunately, it was a slow moving movie and had no memorable parts. It is a good movie though, but it is not for everyone. It is one of the few movies I have seen where the actors spoke in an authentic Vietnamese accent and the movie was filmed in Vietnam. The acting was good but it was not dramatic or emotional. It was more of an intellectual film and as such I didn't like it that much. There were some good points in the movie though and a couple of good scenes that I really enjoyed. For example, when the main character was talking to his brother in a very authentic way about what he really wanted out of life and why he wanted to be a fighter. The other scene was when he was talking to the old couple who had lost their son in Vietnam. The scenes were more intellectual and there were a couple of cool and exciting fight scenes. I liked the main character. He was tough and a good fighter. The ending of the movie was disappointing because the movie could have been so much better. It was more a piece of intellectual and emotional drama than anything else. I think they could have done so much more with it. It could have been a lot more emotional. They could have done a lot more of character development. They could have done more with the main character's feelings about life and what he wants out of life. It was okay but not good enough to be a classic. I liked the movie, but I would not recommend it for everyone. I will probably watch it again, but not sure if I will watch it again because it was not interesting enough to keep me interested. It was a good movie though and worth watching.

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Ashley Y.

I went to see this film last night, and was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. I had no idea what to expect, but this film was amazing. I thought it was very well done, and it made me feel like I was there. I was also very surprised at how good the editing was. It was very well done, and I think that it shows that Quentin Tarantino really knows how to edit. I have seen a few of his films and have liked them all. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes Quentin Tarantino. I give this film a 10/10.

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Ashley M.

With Quentin Tarantino now dead at the age of 63, we get to hear about his life, his films and how his career has progressed. From the time he wrote Reservoir Dogs in the early 70s to the current production of Pulp Fiction (in 2008), the man has built a career out of making fun of everything from Hollywood, to film makers to people's lack of intelligence and how anyone could become a celebrity simply through some very basic acting skills. The sad news is that we all know that he may never achieve a better level of fame and respect. While some of the topics and people in the film are laugh out loud funny (including Gary Oldman's jokes on Donald Trump), the most touching moments come from the many moments when the man tells us how he really feels about the people who have influenced his life. I'll admit, I'm not a fan of Pulp Fiction, but it does provide a great insight into the man's thoughts on the genre and how it influenced him. Tarantino is a funny, very intelligent man who knows how to use his films to give us a good laugh. His latest film, Death Proof, uses the concept of revenge as a catalyst to keep us entertained, and a great example of that is the opening sequence. The opening is the highlight of the film, showing us Tarantino and his cast in a very surreal setting. It's very surreal, but also very real. We see a shot of a car with a policeman and a doctor in the back seat, and one of the characters, Eddie (played by Kurt Russell), is slumped on the car with a gun pointing out to him. This is one of Tarantino's famous shots. It's used in the opening sequence of Death Proof. I won't spoil it for you, but the shot is so obvious that it is reminiscent of Kubrick's Shining. It's so powerful, and in fact is the basis of a whole new genre of film. The shot has become so famous that it's now known as the "shots to kill". Tarantino used this technique in his films to show that not all violence is bad and that it can be used in the right way. You know Tarantino was onto something with this. The characters in the film are well developed, and there are some excellent performances. Gary Oldman is a very engaging performance and his performance is a shining example of how he could play many roles, and now we see that he can play multiple roles. It's amazing that he's continued to perform in these roles as he's had more time in between to play a few more roles. I won't tell you anything about his character in the film, as I think it's better to watch the film alone and to not have to think about it, but I do think that many people will find his performance to be quite memorable. However, I think that Kurt Russell has the most interesting performance in the film, and he does a fantastic job in

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I really enjoyed this film. I don't like to use the word "art" to describe a film, but this is very much so. The film is extremely well made and gives a great insight into the different styles that Tarantino uses. The film is the same way as "Reservoir Dogs", with the camera moving around the characters, but this film has a very different feel. The camera is not in a stationary position, it moves from scene to scene. There are many shots that give a sense of claustrophobia. The acting is very good. Michael Madsen is really good in this film. I also like the way that Tarantino uses the actors. It is very much like a documentary. In the beginning, the actors are giving their interviews, then the film moves to the actual filming. This film is very well made. I think that this is one of the best films I have seen in the past year. I recommend this film to anyone who is into the arts.

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I watched this film on TV and I have to say that I was blown away. I had no idea that this film had been made. I would have never thought that the talent of Quentin Tarantino would be put to the test. He has a special talent for using the camera to the point of being able to capture the emotional and physical experience of a story. From his work on Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Kill Bill Vol. 2, to the recent Inglorious Basterds, Tarantino has shown that he is one of the most talented and creative directors in the world. With this film, he takes his cinematic skills and creates a film that captures the entire life of a single family and the people that surround it. The film has a great message of acceptance and acceptance of the people that surround you. It is not just a film about a gangster, but a film about the people that surround him. The film is able to capture the whole story of the life of the family and the people that surround them. Tarantino has created a film that is able to show the story of a gangster's life from his beginning to his end. This film is a must see for all who love films and have an interest in the human experience. This film has been able to capture the life of a gangster and his family. I give this film a 10/10.

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I have been a Tarantino fan for about 10 years, and like him before that, this is a well-done documentary that has more to say than the usual Tarantino fan. It's also highly informative as the best-kept secret in Tarantino's canon. There are some spoilers, but they're not the kind of spoilers you can expect when you go to a Tarantino film. But it's still an excellent film. It's like watching the history of the major Hollywood musicals from the 1930's to the 1950's, or even back to the 1950's to the early 1960's. The fans of the musicals will find this documentary informative, and a really great listen, and the fans of the musicals will enjoy the information, the insights, and the great stories. People who are curious about the history of musicals will love this documentary. For the rest of us, this is a great documentary. I think the best way to look at it is to take it as it's own genre, and as an overview of all that has come before it, then it's just a great film.

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Raymond Adams

I have just watched this film for the first time in its entirety, and I must say that I was thoroughly impressed. Although it was in fact made in the 90s, it's still so much more relevant today. This film takes us on a journey through the lives of three women, and their relationships with each other. We are introduced to all of the characters and get to know them individually. The story is told in a way that is honest and not sentimental. The way that they have the story told is very poetic and poetic like. We see the lives of all the characters and how they interact with each other. The film shows the difficulties that these women go through in their lives, and how they have to deal with the situation. They go through hardships and difficulties and try to get through the problems that they face. I think this film is a must see. It is so much more important than it was when it was made. It's about the lives of women, and how they deal with their life's problems. The film shows the reality of women in their lives and how difficult it is for them to get through it. The film is so honest and not sentimental. I think that this film should be shown more often, and I would recommend it to anyone. It is a must see.