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Old 06-22-2019, 10:08 PM   #41
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Is anyone else thrilled that this may be his last film. He even said it, I have #10 deep inside me but if I reach 60, forget it The fewer films directors have, the better.
I can't say I agree with that.. Would it be better if Hitchcock or Kurosawa had made 10 or less films?
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Old 06-22-2019, 10:10 PM   #42
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He is the director version of Daniel Day-Lewis. They may proclaim to be retiring (comes off as hedging ones bets to me) but will the right movie bring them back? Only time will tell if fear of failure drives them more than the pull of their passion.
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Is this his only movie that will be in UHD?
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Is this his only movie that will be in UHD?
As of right now yes. Maybe more will come out, maybe not.
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Old 06-22-2019, 11:25 PM   #45
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Is anyone else thrilled that this may be his last film. He even said it, I have #10 deep inside me but if I reach 60, forget it The fewer films directors have, the better.
According to the current issue of “Empire” this isn’t his last film but his penultimate one. Tarantino is quoted as saying he had no idea yet what his last film will be.
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Is anyone else thrilled that this may be his last film.


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I'm guessing the R rated Star Trek movie he wrote would be directed by someone else?
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My bad gentleman, just a thought )) I apologize profusely. I just thought that Kubrick and Leone had great filmographies. Tarantino should belong in that category. And the fact they produced small filmographies made them cooler. My bad, I'm sorry
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My bad gentleman, just a thought )) I apologize profusely. I just thought that Kubrick and Leone had great filmographies. Tarantino should belong in that category. And the fact they produced small filmographies made them cooler. My bad, I'm sorry
His movies are good or they’re not; making fewer doesn’t make them better. If he keeps making good movies, wouldn’t you rather the world had 20 than 10?
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As of right now yes. Maybe more will come out, maybe not.

since he still shoot on film, maybe his past works are going to 8k?
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My bad gentleman, just a thought )) I apologize profusely. I just thought that Kubrick and Leone had great filmographies. Tarantino should belong in that category. And the fact they produced small filmographies made them cooler. My bad, I'm sorry
No need to apologize, I think I know what you mean and agree with you. When a great artist produces less art, it makes what they do have that much more treasured and impactful. In general, more passion and meticulous planning goes into a project when an artist takes their time between work.
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I'm guessing the R rated Star Trek movie he wrote would be directed by someone else?
He is un-decided, but he did not write it alone
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Thank you bytor. That's exactly what I meant. Had to log in to say thank you cuz this site is full of bullies LOL
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Oh thank god that Mr/Ms Indian mockup artiste has realised that not every movie has DV.
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While im happy this will be coming to 4k,any special reason why no other Tarantino films have made it to the format?
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While im happy this will be coming to 4k,any special reason why no other Tarantino films have made it to the format?
I'm guessing it's something to do with The Weinstein Company.
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Tarantino probably wants to be hands-on with the UHD/HDR masters but doesn't have the time. After OUATIHollywood is out, maybe we'll start seeing some news.
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I'm guessing it's something to do with The Weinstein Company.
Yep
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Tarantino has finished every movie of his from Kill Bill onwards on a DI, only H8 stands out as having a genuine photochemical finish in that period so them going back to a DI here isn't a major shock. I'd imagine that prints will be struck from a filmout negative, though something to bear in mind with Sony is that they usually insist on a conformed negative cut for their movies that are shot on film but finished on DI. So it's possible that a few showprints could get minted from that OG neg, or that it gets carried through the traditional IP -> IN -> print stages.
Five theaters in the US will be showing it on 70mm. Luckily I have tickets for one of those showings!

‘ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD’ TO GET LIMITED 70MM RELEASE

I wonder what the workflow for the 70mm prints will be. DI > Print? Or DI > IN > Print?
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