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BigRedChief 11:49 PM 06-07-2018
Tarantino's 1969 Summer of love in LA/Manson pic has added

Al Pacino
Damian Lewis
Luke Perry
Emile Hirsch
Dakota Fanning
Clifton Collins Jr
Keith Jefferson
Nicholas Hammond in supporting roles for a lineup that already includes:
Leonardo DiCaprio
Brad Pitt
Margot Robbie
Burt Reynolds
Timothy Olyphant
Michael Madsen
Tim Roth
Dewey Crow as Manson

This is going to be one epic movie.


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BigRedChief 09:55 AM 07-20-2019
Originally Posted by KCUnited:
You guys triggered my FOMO. Grabbed some 70mm tickets for Friday.
Wait? What! We have several 70MM theatres here. I've seen his last two movies on 70MM. I thought he didn't film in 70MM for this movie?
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KCUnited 10:03 AM 07-20-2019
Originally Posted by BigRedChief:
Wait? What! We have several 70MM theatres here. I've seen his last two movies on 70MM. I thought he didn't film in 70MM for this movie?
I think there's only a handful of theaters showing it in 70mm.

https://musicboxtheatre.com/films/on...e-in-hollywood
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sully1983 10:58 AM 07-20-2019
Seeing this shit Thursday night. Hyped af
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BWillie 11:11 AM 07-20-2019
I've heard this movie is fantastic.

I mean, if DiCaprio is in it, how can it be bad? The dude is going to go down as the best actor of all time.
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Why Not? 12:01 PM 07-20-2019
Got my tix for Friday
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srvy 02:11 PM 07-20-2019
Originally Posted by BWillie:
I've heard this movie is fantastic.

I mean, if DiCaprio is in it, how can it be bad? The dude is going to go down as the best actor of all time.

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BigRedChief 02:21 PM 07-20-2019
I’ve successfully avoided spoilers so far. So this is speculation.....I’m sure Tarantino is going to play with history like he did in Bastards killing Hitler. Probably have Pitt kill Manson and save Tate or something to keep us guessing how he’ll end his next to last movie.

Or maybe since he already did that, he’ll play it straight with history? Anyone who has not seen spoilers can rarely predict a Tarantino plot in his movies.
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Baby Lee 03:20 PM 07-20-2019
Originally Posted by BigRedChief:
I’ve successfully avoided spoilers so far. So this is speculation.....I’m sure Tarantino is going to play with history like he did in Bastards killing Hitler. Probably have Pitt kill Manson and save Tate or something to keep us guessing how he’ll end his next to last movie.

Or maybe since he already did that, he’ll play it straight with history? Anyone who has not seen spoilers can rarely predict a Tarantino plot in his movies.
If I had to venture a guess, I'd say that 'history' wanders in and out of this story aimlessly.

Manson, you'll meet at a farmer's market, then hear something on the car radio towards the end of the movie.

The Tate/LaBianca stuff will play out with cops and reporters blocking access to their own house, leading to a missed opportunity or change of plans.

That kind of thing. Could be dead wrong, too.

I just sense he's trying to tell a story of a working actor at the end of the studio era and the changing culture of LA, more than any specific historical events.
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Frazod 04:19 PM 07-20-2019
I remember hearing that Tate's sister gave her approval to the script. I doubt if she would have had it contained a graphic depiction of Sharon's death scene, which in reality was more horrible than anything even Tarantino could dream up. A pregnant woman begging for her baby's life stabbed 26 times? Fuck.

So I'm not expecting that to be in the movie. But you never know.
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BigRedChief 04:53 PM 07-20-2019
Originally Posted by Baby Lee:
I just sense he's trying to tell a story of a working actor at the end of the studio era and the changing culture of LA, more than any specific historical events.
thats what everyone is saying. This is more about an homage to LA/Hollywood in the summer of 69. A slice of the cultural/social clash underway. A snapshot in time more than the violence in his previous films.

Every non spoiler review Iíve seen has said itís his best movie ever. Better than Pulp Fiction? Rubs hands together..... canít wait.
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Deberg_1990 06:10 PM 07-20-2019
It’s a very, very, very, loose inspiration of Burt Reynolds (Rick Dalton) and Hal Needham (Cliff Booth) in the mid to late 60s. Burt was a struggling TV actor living with his best buddy Needham a stuntman.

Of course it’s all mixed up into the Tarantinoverse batter which is what he does best.

I guarantee pretty much nothing about the Tate murder will be factual. He’s been doing his revisionist history thing for awhile now.
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scho63 08:59 AM 07-21-2019
[QUOTE=BWillie;14356217]I've heard this movie is fantastic.

I mean, if DiCaprio is in it, how can it be bad? The dude is going to go down as the best actor of all time.[/QUOTE]

Between his acting skills, great movies he made and the incredible poon he gets, the dude is LEGEND! :-)
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rabblerouser 08:21 PM 07-21-2019
Originally Posted by rabblerouser:
Let's play trivia :

Who did Robert Kennedy have dinner with the night he was assassinated??

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scho63 08:02 AM 07-22-2019
Who did Robert Kennedy have dinner with the night he was assassinated?
(BTW - Sirhan Sirhan couldn't have fired the fatal shot.)
Anyone ever heard of MKUltra??


My three guesses would be:

1. Jackie O
2. Some famous politician still very prominent today
3. Some famous Hollywood starlet still round today
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BigRedChief 08:10 AM 07-22-2019
Why has this thread swerved into a conspiracy discussion about Kennedy. Is it a part of the movie? I've never heard that, so if it is a part of the movie, is this some spoiler?
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