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And yet another storyline involved Bruce Willis as a boxer. Tarantino managed to successfully interweave all these different stories to make a fascinating film.
It's so fast that very few people can keep up with his references," actor Eric Stoltz, who played a drug dealer in the film, explained to Los Angeles magazine.
Pulp Fiction was both a commercial and critical success. For his work on the film, Tarantino took home the award for Best Original Screenplay, an honor he had to share with former collaborator Roger Avary.
The two had a falling out over the writing credits for the film. Stone directed Natural Born Killers and rewrote parts of Tarantino's script. Enraged by the rewrites, Tarantino fought to have his name taken off the film. Stone told the press that the changes were an improvement over the original, which had poor character development. In a related incident, Tarantino slapped one of the producers of Natural Born Killers when he ran into him at Los Angeles restaurant.
In , Tarantino wrote and directed one of the four stories featured in Four Rooms. The other three were handled by other rising independent filmmakers Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell and Robert Rodriguez.
Tarantino wrote the screenplay for the film and starred opposite George Clooney , the two playing criminals who end up battle vampires. Rodriguez directed the film, which received negative reviews from critics.
Tarantino soon tackled Jackie Brown , a crime thriller starring Pam Grier as a stewardess who gets caught smuggling money for an arms dealer played by Jackson. A tribute to the blaxploitation films of the s, the film was adapted from an Elmore Leonard novel. Grier herself had appeared in many blaxploitation classics, including Foxy Brown The film was well received, with many calling it a more mature work for Tarantino.
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Not everyone loved the film, however. It was a bold move for him, as he had never done professional stage work before. Tarantino played a thug who terrorizes a blind woman played by Tomei , and the critics were less than impressed. The reviews for the production were brutally harsh, and Tarantino was devastated.
He felt people on the street were recognizing him as "the one whose acting sucks. I tried not to take it personally, but it was personal.
It was not about the play—it was about me, and at a certain point I started getting too thin a skin about the constant criticism. The screenplay "became big and sprawling. It was some of the best stuff I've ever written, but at a certain point, I thought, 'Am I writing a script or am I writing a novel? None of them had an ending," he later explained to Vanity Fair. In , Thurman ran into Tarantino at an Oscar party and asked whether he had made any progress with the idea. He promised her that he would write the script as a birthday present for her, initially saying he would finish in two weeks, though it ended up taking a year.
Tarantino had to learn on the fly how to make a kung fu film, working and reworking the sequences as he went along. Tarantino originally wanted Warren Beatty for the titular "Bill," but he moved on to David Carradine from the television series Kung Fu.
The plot focused on revenge, as a female assassin known as the Bride Thurman seeks to kill those involved in the savage attack on her and her wedding party.
Running over budget and over schedule, Tarantino persevered with the project, shooting so much that he eventually had to create two films. Kill Bill: Vol. Tarantino then worked with Robert Rodriguez again. The two filmmakers each made their own gory and graphic ode to the B-movies, which were shown together as a double-feature known as Grindhouse Critics and movie-goers alike were not quite certain what to make of this collaboration, and it flopped at the box office.
Tarantino finally returned to work on his World War II script. In , he released the long-awaited Inglourious Basterds, which focused on a group of Jewish-American soldiers out to destroy as many Nazis as possible. He had wooed Brad Pitt to play the leader of the "Basterds. But I know more about film than most of the people writing about me.
Not only that, I'm a better writer than most of the people writing about me," he explained to GQ magazine. When it comes time to break the savings jar, we see that written as a series of shots and broken down into a list. But the true beauty is how simply each scene is written.
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There's nothing too flowery here. Just solid storytelling. Plus a bunch of scenes that mirror one another as the couple gets older. These mirrored scenes are so effective because they can show physical change and emotional change in tight real estate.
But how does it look on paper? The Characters in Up Up is a fantastic film when it comes to character development and character arcs. At the center, we follow Carl and Russell as they journey across South America to lay Ellie's house to rest. Carl is a curmudgeon who never got adventure in his life. Russell is a precocious boy who needs to earn merit badges but doesn't have a father figure to guide him. What makes this duo special is that they play off the tropes and archetypes we've seen before and really amp up the emotion and comedy.
The juxtaposition of young versus old, and adventurous versus cantankerous helps each character find what they need and also meet in the middle. The ending of Up Another great and standout thing to learn from the Up screenplay is how the story ends.
A young Carl dreams of being an explorer. He has his idol, Charles Muntz, who seems to accomplish everything Carl sets his sights on.
But Carl finds love. And Ellie opens him to a world of adventure at home.
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Later, when Carl is confronted by Charles Muntz, he sees the living embodiment of a child's dreams broken. A terrible hero. As Carl realizes this, he also realizes that it's exactly what he's done to Russell. This profound change makes the ending of Up so special. It's in this moment Carl decides to be the person Russell needs, instead of the person that loss and bitterness have turned him into.I think it's all that black semen I'm a-- Listen to me, Marvin Nash.
Russell is a precocious boy who needs to earn merit badges but doesn't have a father figure to guide him. Orange, "a submissive Aryan race man who does not question any of the criminals. That was the most insane fuckin' thing I have ever seen. I call Matthews and tell him he's got a new guy, boom, you're on the rotation. He's gotta be from out of town.
Well, I wanna.