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Ok so I saw this last night and was floored at how great it was. I freaking loved it and I want to see it again but this time with a bigger crowd because my crowd was all old people who didn’t laugh at anything and I thought something was wrong or I was misinterpreting the jokes.
Anyway, to get to that ending: the whole time I kept thinking “ok, this is tarantino; he’s gonna switch up history somehow.” But what I thought was going to happen was instead of Sharon Tate dying, it would be Rick. So boy was I surprised when Rick and Cliff unloaded on those fucking hippies! When Rick got out the flamethrower I literally jumped out of my seat and yelled “Oh My God, no way!!”
It was so much fun and looking back on it, a really well made film. It already in my top 3 Tarantino films and it might go up further after a second watch.
What did you guys think? How about some great lines that stuck with you? My personal favorite was Cliff’s response to Ted saying “I am the devil and I’m here to do the devils business.” “Nah, it was dumber than that.”
Ok just saw Hollywood and I’d put it at #3 as of right now...just fucking amazing! I don’t know how he does it!
Also, can someone start a spoiler thread on this already?
Has anyone seen this yet? I went and saw it yesterday. I was extremely excited for it after seeing Hereditary, so I was sure to be disappointed. However it didn’t meet my expectations, it was by no means a terrible movie. I loved the cinematography and the sheer balls of what it tried to do, I just felt the script was lacking some key dialogue in terms of the main couple, and I really just never felt much for any person except for Dani the whole movie. The effects were amazing as they were in Hereditary, but as a whole movie, I left feeling underwhelmed. I would give it a 3 out of 4 stars, probably more like a 2.5 out of 4 stars by next week.
My all time favorite ending to a show has to be the Leftovers. It was so perfectly ambiguous, sticking with the theme of the show of letting the mystery be. Honestly, if Lindelof is any indication of a show runner who bounced back super strong, I hope the Double Ds hit the ball out of the park with the Star Wars stuff.