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'The Hateful Eight' Quentin Tarantino's New Movie


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Trailer is out on this, looks to be dam good.

Xmas 2015

 

Sorry about not posting a link, but never fear my personal internet Troll w/Badge is on my heels to make his snippets well placed, and it only took him 3 Min.

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If you really look closely at that trailer, in the initial face shot of SLJ, the music builds to a crescendo  and his face doesn't come into perfect focus until the sound peaks. Pure Tarantino Awesomeness!

 

All I can say is... Continuous tone film based movie making is F*cking awesome!

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Sammy-L.jpg

1jackie+brown.jpg

django-jackson.jpg

hateful-jackson-social.jpg

 

If you really look closely at that trailer, in the initial face shot of SLJ, the music builds to a crescendo  and his face doesn't come into perfect focus until the sound peaks. Pure Tarantino Awesomeness!

 

All I can say is... Continuous tone film based movie making is F*cking awesome!

Yeah but it is simply an homage to Sergio Leone.  He does it a lot in his movies.  (Film?  LOL lets try to elevate movies).  What I like about Tarantino is his displays of what others have done before him.  He is a master at recognizing techniques that work.

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Leone never used variable focus in this manner... his work, while legendary and a benchmark, is not as developed... not even close. Mainly due to budgetary constraints.

Film is NOT the same as moviemaking in as far as my comment is concerned... read deeper.

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All I can say is... Continuous tone film based movie making is F*cking awesome!

 

What is Continuous tone film based movie making?

 

I hope they publish a list of the theaters that will run it in 70 mm -- it's a shame to see a film intended for 70 mm any other way.  I saw about 15 of them that way (ages ago) in San Francisco and LA ... there is nothing like it.  I've always regretted seeing Baraka only in Blu-ray.

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