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post #61 of 69
i wish i could say that, but i did not love, death proof. it was ok, but no love.
post #62 of 69
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i wish i could say that, but i did not love, death proof. it was ok, but no love.

I forgot about that. It did kind of suck, although there were a couple of really great scenes.
post #63 of 69
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I forgot about that. It did kind of suck, although there were a couple of really great scenes.

yeah, those few scenes kept from being a total suck-fest. it kicked up enough that i could say i liked the movie. but that is about it.
post #64 of 69
Let's be honest; the only good scene in Death Proof is the lapdance.

Shoutout to Vanessa Ferlito.
post #65 of 69
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Let's be honest; the only good scene in Death Proof is the lapdance.
Shoutout to Vanessa Ferlito.

i must have watched the car crash with all the girls like 10 times. and the final scene as well.

peepwall[1].gif i have a thing for violence in movies.
post #66 of 69
Calvin Candie, Master of Candie Land.





Tarantino making a flamboyant southern dandy was quite a treat. I grew up in the south and the higher class southern accents are pretty rare. I've listened to older recordings of my grandmother from the 70's and she had one. Candie's swank with that accent was special. I don't think his higher class southern accent was perfect, but with the camp of the movie, it worked for me.

Evil characters who are charming are always fun, but I've never seen it done this well.

The costumes were great, all burgundy and gold. With the candlelight, his hair and skin even looked gold. His "big house" fit the character perfectly with it's over the top decadence. I've read that the blood on his hand was real. He hurt himself when he slammed his hand down on the table and just went with it. I read that before seeing the movie, so seeing him smear his blood on Broomhilda was genuinely shocking.

Really, the most enjoyable performance I've seen in years.
Edited by Reggs - 1/14/13 at 4:13am
post #67 of 69
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The costumes were great, all burgundy and gold. With the candlelight, his hair and skin even looked gold. His "big house" fit the character perfectly with it's over the top decadence. I've read that the blood on his hand was real. He hurt himself when he slammed his hand down on the table and just went with it. I read that before seeing the movie, so seeing him smear his blood on Broomhilda was genuinely shocking.

Really, the most enjoyable performance I've seen in years.


Wow! If that's true that's quite amazing.
post #68 of 69
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Wow! If that's true that's quite amazing.

And also kind of disgusting/probably an OSHA violation.
post #69 of 69
That part probably was not real blood.
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