Well, you've stumbled across yet again, ANOTHER Quentin Tarantino blog. I make .gifs, and edit photos, and I over-react over the greatness that is any film with Quentin's name on it. I regularly post all of the films he has made and also, but not limited to; films he has been inspired by, has named his favorites, or given the stamp of approval (Oldboy yaaaasssss). & Due to the fact that it's a film blog, there may be the occasional gifset of a film not really related to the theme of this page. Then of course, there will be a few messages here and there from my followers. Though the theme is QT, this is still a personal blog. So please don't let it bother you that you may see a random text post or photo here and there. I earn no compensation for keeping this page strictly Quentin and I like to interact with my followers and share my taste for other films as well as QT. So let us try and keep this a happy place and a drama free zone.


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myusernameisprettycool:

there is so much i need to know about this photograph

myusernameisprettycool:

there is so much i need to know about this photograph

newyorker:

From Larissa MacFarquhar’s 2003 Profile of Quentin Tarantino:

“For every monologue he writes about an old movie or TV show, he writes one about European hamburgers or tipping waitresses or eating pork. … The love of minutiae, like the love of pop culture, is a form of nostalgia—a junk-food version of Proust’s madeleine. But, unlike madeleine-nostalgia—nostalgia for a lost world, an unrecoverable childhood—minutiae-nostalgia is nostalgia for a world that still exists, for a life you’re still living.”

Take a look at more classic New Yorker stories about filmmakers.
Photograph by Ruven Afanador

newyorker:

From Larissa MacFarquhar’s 2003 Profile of Quentin Tarantino:

“For every monologue he writes about an old movie or TV show, he writes one about European hamburgers or tipping waitresses or eating pork. … The love of minutiae, like the love of pop culture, is a form of nostalgia—a junk-food version of Proust’s madeleine. But, unlike madeleine-nostalgia—nostalgia for a lost world, an unrecoverable childhood—minutiae-nostalgia is nostalgia for a world that still exists, for a life you’re still living.”

Take a look at more classic New Yorker stories about filmmakers.

Photograph by Ruven Afanador

(Source: newyorker.com)

femburton:

The Making of Pulp Fiction

Parting Glances (1986)

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don’t ever let DanganRonpa become a reality. i’ll be playing the “we need to adjust to living here” and “we can’t kill anyone” card as i’m plotting how the fuck i’m getting out of there fuck yall lol

#teamCeles

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metropoliswhite:

"Ants move around in groups, you know.  So I suppose very lonely people keep thinking of ants." 

metropoliswhite:

"Ants move around in groups, you know.  So I suppose very lonely people keep thinking of ants."