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IMDB's summary:  "In the dead of a Wyoming winter, a bounty hunter and his prisoner find shelter in a cabin currently inhabited by a collection of nefarious characters."

My thoughts:  am I a HUGE Quentin Tarantino fan?  No, not really.  I really enjoyed Django Unchained but that's about it.  He's nobody that I get excited about, I know that people really do love his work & such (my hubby is one of them) but I don't watch movies for who directed them.


I loved Jennifer Jason Leigh's character - a potty-mouth gal who didn't care what you thought about her & would still tell you off with her front teeth knocked out.  Ha!  All of the actors were pretty dang good, there is never a shortage of good acting in Tarantino film, that's for sure.  There is also not a shortage of blood & swearwords flying.


Was it entertaining?  Yes.  Was it really long?  Oh yea.  Is it something I would watch again?  Probably not.  So, Django continues to be my favorite Tarantino flick.

The Hateful Eight's Grade:
C

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  1. I thought the acting was superb. He has a way of bringing out despicable characters and making them likeable.

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    1. Yes, you are so right. All of these people were pretty bad people but I did like them. :)

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