Absolutely nothing even slightly obnoxious will be shown on screen. All characters will be true to real life rules of speech, no one will be cliche.
Too many movies these days are just literally too obnoxious to watch. If you want me to care about your character, do not forcibly shove them in my face and tell me to care about them, I wont. When I watch a movie I want to make that decision myself.
Check out this scene Quentin Tarantino farted out of his anus;
Leonardo DiCaprio has the acting range of a bar of soap and Jamie Foxx is basically just playing himself, an obnoxious dude, also with the acting range of a soup can.
I do not like this movie because never once did I care about these characters, and if i don’t, then how am I suppose to be invested into anything thats happening to them? The music selections in this movie where terrible, Rick Ross? Seriously? The only thing that slightly saved this film from being an absolute limp dick train wreck was the parts with Ennio Morricone music, thats it. Usually Quentin has fantastic music choices for his films, but something was just off in this one, maybe it was that each scene consisted of 6 minutes of unneeded and often obnoxious dialogue between characters I didn’t give a fuck about.
Its this thing hollywood movies do nowadays that really pisses me off, that is to have a character act the same way in every scene throughout the movie, in other words “being their character type” in all scenes no matter what is happening. A real psychopath usually is someone who isn’t so easily understood, someone you are unsure about, but in every scene with Leonardo Decaprio he is so obviously the villain, the psychopath, they gave that away in the fucking trailer for god sakes. Jamie Foxx and his wife Broomhandle where also just as obvious. They aren’t 3 dimensional characters at all, they’re costumes.
On the flip side, Tarantino in his previous film outings has made amazingly 3 dimensional characters/villains. Bill in kill bill for example, was someone mysterious, threatening, a murderer, a psychopath, but, at the same time, he could be a loving father to his child as well as a teacher and mentor. He wasn’t obvious, thats why he was so dangerous to the bride.
Another example of Tarantino having diverse and complex characters is in Reservoir dogs with Mr. Orange. He was a cop, a young guy with a bright future, a good guy, but on the other hand, he was a lier, he would become friends with guys, gain their trust only to sell them all out. He’s not obvious, he’s complex, and life is complex, and cinema is reflection of life.
Pulp fiction is also another good example of Tarantino bending and flexing film form and having characters that are multidimensional. At the end of the day you are allowed to walk out of the theatre and say “damn why did that have to happen to him?” Or “He deserved it, I hated him.”
Also, did anyone else notice that in every scene with Jamie Foxx he pretty much says nothing, and when he actually speaks his acting is abysmal? Col. Hans Landa- or I mean Dr. King Shultz was carrying every scene with Jamie Foxx on his back.
If you want something with substance, something incredibly epic, something true with a unified aesthetic and pace, watch a Sergio Leone movie. None of those characters are characters that are unwatchable, none of those actors are actors who cannot hold a scene, none of the dialogue or story is unrealistic and none of it is obnoxious.
Also, hollywood, no movie will be a good one if it has this d-bag in it;
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