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The Hateful Eight 2015

Thirty three people watching an unreleased film?

Naughty naughty ;)

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So I went to see this in the 70mm tour they're doing. I'm glad I did, it was a cool experience. I'm not sure if they'll have the opening overture and intermission in the standard release or not, but it really felt like I was going to a classic film viewing in the 50's or something.

Now, onto the film. It is really hard for me not to enjoy dialogue in Tarantino films. I love the opening talks back and forth as three of the eight are driving up to the cabin. And then you get to the cabin and get to hear a lot of great dialogue from the rest of the eight. It is all great, and perfectly sets you up for violence later on.

I enjoy just about everything in this movie. Every actor is turning in a great performance, but I specifically loved Samuel L Jackson and Walton Goggins. Both went from very good at the start, to extremely entertaining by the third act (unlike the sudden voiceover).

If you like Tarantino films or westerns at all, you should certainly check this one out.

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Damn it, Tarantino did it again. Shortest three hours of my life. And at the end I was like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAryFIuRxmQ

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i feel like they could have easily shaved an hour of useless exposition and unimpressive scenery shots off this. sure tarantino loves to talk but there were a number of scenes that felt completely pointless, especially the one where it jumps back to the beginning of the day

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If you are a fan of Tarantino then you have to watch this movie, adding his usual flavor with a mix of Western flavor and unsurpassed amount of bloodshed.

Slight confusion but the it comes all together and the dialogue just brings out the talent of these fantastic actors.

It's a bit slow paced but no less entertaining.

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Usually I'm a fan of Tarantino style dialogue, but in this movie it was mostly talk and not much else. The movie seemed to drag on and on with little to no action in between all the yapping.

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Almost one location, 3 hours and not a single boring scene.

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Brilliant masterpiece! Enjoyed every second of it. Must be watched on biggest screen with best sound available.

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110 minutes would be more than enough. I don't understand so high ratings. The movie is not special in any way...OK, Tarantino made it but that's not a guarantee of success.

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Very long slow and goofy.

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Excellent film! One of my favourite Tarantino movies.

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No tengo pantalones cuando voy este pelicula

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Wow, best Tarantino movie in terms of dialog. I loved the part where they showed how the gang set up the ambush at Minnie's Haberdashery (I love this word).

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You know a good film when the minutes and hours fly by and you have barely looked at the clock. This is nearly three hours long but it doesn't feel like it. Not a second is wasted by Tarantino. A first rate group of actors deliver Tarantino's dialogue. Despite being set in (mostly) one place I never got bored. After a talky (but never dull) hour and a half the plot moves forward several notches and there is surprise after surprise. These truly are horrible and hateful people but you will enjoy their company.

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I got to watch this on the final day of the road show in the most spectacular cinema I have ever seen. One of my absolute best ever movie-going experiences. The film itself was excellent, I didn't have high expectations given the premise and cast, but it really shows you never to underestimate Tarantino. The 3 hours went by in no time and I felt like not one bit of the film needed trimming. Is it my favorite Tarantino flick? Time will tell, he has been consistently putting out 10/10s for me since the early 00s - and the beautiful 70mm transfer was fantastic for the cinematography.

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Although it's a 3h movie, I was not bored for a single minute.

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very very very very very very very fucking bullshit

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The Hateful Eight

A western "Who Done It?", where each character is equally untrustworthy.
The tension oozes with the great acting and claustrophobic setting.
The camera work was fantastic.
I felt that the narration felt unnecessary.

8.5/10

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This movie is for me the baddest one of quentin. Mostly every scene is too long for me. Sad

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Shout by Ray Carter
2018-01-28T07:42:25Z— updated 2018-08-22T19:40:21Z

I have a different view point on this

The Pace was SO Slow

I love the Acting and Dialogue from each Character.. The Story was Ok wasn't satisfied with the ending but it was still a good watch no doubt

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SLJ and JJL steal the show.

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At moments It was like Cluedo, Quentin Tarantino style! Surprises, mysteries, a film that makes you not trust anyone, keeps you guessing. I love all the characters, specially Samuel L Jackson's... Great performances from all, loved the plot, great effects and good humour. kept me warm all the way through.. Not as good as his Django, but pretty damn gooood!

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Película con muchos altibajos. Como película coral no está conseguida.

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While not bad (like "From Dusk till Dawn"), I don't think this is a brilliant movie, either. It is overly brutal and the story is not that intriguing. Granted, it also never gets boring since you cannot anticipate, what Tarantino has up its sleeve next. However, I'm probably not going to watch it again and would advice you to watch Django, Kill Bill or Inglorious Bastards instead if you are in the mood of watching a Tarantino movie.

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Quentin Tarantino is such a underrated director......Walton Goggins, i'm beginning to like him more more in his films....underrated actor he is

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This is easily Tarantino's finest work. Many baulk at the epic 3 hour run time, but any less than 150min would have been felt too short, this as a double feature length split into chapters felt just right. Unlike Django, the pacing of each scene was like some of Sergio Leone's westerns, the single room cinematography and the nuanced attention to all set details that become essential to the story was reminiscent of Hitchcock, while QT's captivating story felt like a retelling of And Then There Were None blended with elements of (7 Samurai) Magnificent Seven. The performances were generally faultless, though Zoe Bell was gorgeous as Six Horse Judy, I couldn't understand why a young New Zealand girl is in 1 9th century Wyoming?

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Why did I even watch this movie? I expect Tarantino movies to be bloody and not focusing too much on a good story, but this movie was just plain boring! Almost 3 hours and it took the storyline almost 2 1/2h to actually get to the interesting (bloody ;P) part. Sometimes the rule of skipping the first third really is right – especially for this movie…

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Nice surprise at the end.

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Wow I'm surprised many people liked it,it's kind of a boring movie and it took forever to finish it.

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Why are Tarantino's films ssooooooo looonnngggggg. Maybe it's just me but this film is blah blah blah - far too much boring, meaningless dialogue. All in all I found this film to be just too desperate.

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I only liked the last 1/3 of the movie when all the back story was revealed

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lots of trick make me laugh

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Its as if Agatha Christie wrote a western with a bunch of gore in the final act. Cool!

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I didn't expect it to like it as i hate very long movies but i find it not boring and nicely paced for a three hour movie. I didn't like the splatter of blood and other organs. I find it not suitable for the film

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| No one to trust. Everyone to hate.

Head in the sand I didn't know this was a Tarantino film until it began. Yes, seriously.

Full of all the hallmarks of his films, so, yes there's blood everywhere! I really enjoyed the movie, who would I trust? Who has a motive for deception? Edge of the seat entertainment, brilliant scenery, massive soundtrack.

I'm just glad I wasn't passing by Minnie's Haberdashery

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the worst movie of tarantino. but, is very funny

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If you're a Tarantino fan you'll almost certainly love this movie, it might not be his greatest but it is classic Quentin.

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more people than usual in the film was good, but what counts could have been told in two hours. Shootings and blood has not missed :-)

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This movie was a rollercoaster. I really enjoyed the dialogues, but the suddenly narrator kinda ruined for me. I was like "Damn, this is a Tarantino movie?, where's the blood? It's like 10 minutes already", but at the end I was like: "PLEASE MAKE IT STOP" hahaha. Love the cast and every character has something unique. It doesn't feel too long at all. Always entertaining. Recomended, but if you're not into gore, avoid it.

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I guess I hade to high hopes for this one. Maybe 70 mm would have helped, not sure though. First half of the movie was quite good unfortunately after the intermission it just went down hill. (personal opinion)

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This movie is horrible, just plain trash! The whole context is abusive, mentally and emotionally, for women, and all I can say is Terrentino really dug deep into the abusive male psyche to script this! I wouldn't watch this movie again if you paid me!

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Who does not like a dialogue written by Tarantino.
It is not easy to keep me interested for 3 hours and that's the best compliment I can do.

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It's like Clue meets Reservoir Dogs in a snowy atmosphere. The cast is great and so is the mystery but the 3 hrs and 2 minutes isn't necessary. Since so much could have been cut out.
The problem is that Tarantino's ego is so big that he enjoys hearing his characters talk a lot and I mean a lot and thinks we will as well. Even if they are repeating conversations that they already have had multiple times.

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A solid proof that not anyone can be Sergio Leone.

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