Jan

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I've seen them all on the silver screen from Lone Ranger through Unforgiven and the best movie to my eyes is The Hateful Eight (in theaters now). Eight strangers seek refuge from a blizzard in a stagecoach stopover sometime after the civil war, and the mystery winds from there.


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  1. marion ds dreyfus on January 20, 2016 8:16 pm

    Happily, few reviewers like the film, and viewers have voted with their legs, not to patronize the film that is done is=n a tricky format and thus harder to show, as well as longer than most traditional films.
    Quentin Tarantino is a director to [mostly] avoid, as “Django” proved yet again.
    He needed validation when in high school because he’s ungainly and not attractive to women, so his entire oeuvre is getting back at all the women [and cool kids] who spurned him. Shooting and gore however do not endear audiences to one.

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