June 27, 2021 at 12:32 pm #1204320526
Quentin Tarantino has been saying for a while that his tenth film will be his last (at least as a director).
It is currently unknown what that tenth film will be. Possibilities that have been thrown around include a Star Trek film; a third Kill Bill film; a Django Unchained sequel; a cross-over sequel between Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction; a crime thriller set in the Outback, a Reservoir Dogs remake, or something else entirely.
What do you think about these possibilities?June 27, 2021 at 12:50 pm #1204320548
I don’t think we’re ever getting Kill Bill Vol. 3. Aren’t Uma & Quentin on bad terms? :/June 27, 2021 at 12:57 pm #1204320563This post was found to be inappropriate by the moderators and has been removed.June 27, 2021 at 4:11 pm #1204320710
I hope he reteams with LDC for one last time in his final film.
He was extraordinary in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood and Django Unchained.
I think that Bonnie and Clyde style gangster film set in the 1930s he wanted to make may be the perfect swan song.June 27, 2021 at 6:42 pm #1204320832
But is it really going to be his last film?
He once said he’d quit filmmaking and go to TV because he didn’t like the digital over film push of the industry. Then he made Hateful 8 and OUATIH.
ImpossachievableJune 27, 2021 at 9:12 pm #1204321049
He’s only 58. Even if he currently believes this will be his last film as a director, he could always change his mind. In 2013, Steven Soderbergh announced his retirement from directing feature films but to date, has gone on to make five more films.June 28, 2021 at 1:40 am #1204321143
Unpopular opinion: QT was and still is So Overrated. His greatest moments are when he is talking about other Directors and movies of other DirectorsJune 28, 2021 at 11:05 am #1204321589
I don’t know if he’d do it, but I’d love if his next film (which I don’t believe is gonna be his final one even if that’s his plan) was that idea he had for a novel where a traumstised American soldier returns from war in the 1950s and finds himself completely disillusioned with Hollywood films and instead finds himself discovering and falling in love with international cinema. I’d love if Tarantino made a film like this where there was no action, it could just be a character driven drama set in the real world. He could touch on the relation between violence and entertainment, he could pay homage to and celebrate tons of his favourite films and it would just be something different from him.
Part of me thinks and hopes he could have another OUATIH situation where he has an idea for a book and then decides to make a movie instead. This could be interesting for him, especially if it was his swan song.June 28, 2021 at 12:58 pm #1204321766
So far, I’m not buying Tarantino’s retirement plan. I think he could go beyond 10 films. It’s all up to this creative juice. If he has another wonderful idea after his 10th film, I think he will do it. Right now, he has a fear of tarnishing his legacy with a series of bad films toward the end of his career and he wants to avoid what happened to Don Siegel. I think that is a normal fear for most artists. So things could change. Who knows.
Twitter: @TheCineMikeJune 28, 2021 at 1:22 pm #1204321814
Tarantino is fixated on giving himself a cap on his career as a director.June 28, 2021 at 8:51 pm #1204322241
The man doesn’t do franchises, so I never bought the Star Trek rumors
The man has never done a sequel to his films; although one could argue Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs is in the same film universe
my guess is he keeps going on the alternate history period film kick he’s been on the past few filmsJune 29, 2021 at 10:51 am #1204322802
The man has never done a sequel to his films;
Kill Bill? I mean it was supposed to be one movie and was just split up but one could very well make the argument that Vol 2 is a sequel of sorts.
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Unpopular opinion: QT was and still is So Overrated. His greatest moments are when he is talking about other Directors and movies of other Directors
Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown are two of my favorite movies from the 90s. Reservoir Dogs to Kill Bill was a pretty good streak. But I do think post that streak he became hella redundant in his storytelling, super commercial and a bit too caught up in being referential.June 29, 2021 at 12:18 pm #1204322998
I’ve seen all of Tarantino’s films except The Hateful Eight. Is it worth the watch?Not now
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