There are few directors nowadays who drive such opinion – and often, debate – in the world of film. While the likes of Taika Watiti are considered up-and-comers in this realm, it is Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson and Quentin Tarantino who are kings of the silver screen. In particular, Tarantino has always struck curiosity with fans and critics alike, not only for his unique mannerisms but the genius filmmaking genes that have made him so successful.
Following the release of award-winning film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, it appears that the 57-year-old filmmaker has been quietly publishing classic and cult film reviews via New Beverly Cinema. Owned by Tarantino himself, the historic film theatre opened in 1929 and has since become a haven and seemingly a museum of sorts for his love of film.
Boasting 27, in-depth reviews on old-school movies such as Sometimes A Great Notion, Big Wednesday and Soul Brothers of Kung Fu. Learn more about the creative and widen your repertoire of old cinematic masterpieces – consider it a watch list if you will.
Particularly visible in the 2019 release of OUATIH, Tarantino references and draws from classic Western film as inspiration for new-age cinema. A refreshing take on the usual remakes we see today.
Read the reviews here.