I do the YouTube, I watch the movies, I love the life.
Officially watched 500 films in 2019. I’ve gone mad.
“I’m not satisfied till the spoon stands straight up.”
With a stacked cast, writer and director would you be surprised that my main holy shit moment was finding out after the credits that Val Kilmer was Elvis?
This has such a classic Tarantino feel with the characters and situations and dialogue. The easy going nature of killing off so many people and yet always in such unique ways (take Samuel L Jackson as a way to set up Gary Oldman…
“I always wanted me an El Camino, and that’s church yo.”
For a film that didn’t need to exist, it darn well exists. Well shot and acted with nice tense scenes, which though the film seemed to be a rinse and repeat formula it at least had creative fun with that to give us something new each time. The prequel elements were interesting outside of a thing I note in the bottom of this review (as it is a spoiler).…