Argumentative Essay On Kill Bill

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Tyy Williams Quentin Tarantino Born in Tennessee in 1963, Quentin Tarantino grew up loving movies more than school. In his early 20s, he got a job at the Video Archives, where he wrote the scripts for True Romance and Natural Born Killers. His directorial debut came with Reservoir Dogs, but he received wide critical and commercial acclaim with Pulp Fiction, which earned more than $108 million, the first independent film to do so. In 2003 Tarantino made Kill Bill, which led to a Golden Globe nomination for Uma Thurman. Tarantino was later nominated for two Academy Awards for best director and best original screenplay for the film Inglorious Bastards. Quentin Tarantino was a great net worker, he was able to get a lot of people with power to help…show more content…
It's probably one of the more confounding aspects of film making, because we've all seen films where the director's vision was clear and there on the screen, and others where it wasn't, this was the same advice he was given by Terry Gilliam before he shot Reservoir Dogs. A lot of people criticize his movies and complain about how gore or racist they are but I enjoy his movies . The first movie by him that I've watched was Django Unchained with Leonardo Dicaprio. Leonardo absolutely steals the show as a plantation owner Calvin Candie. He doesn't enter the movie until at least the halfway point, but after that, it pretty much belongs to him. Leonardo's character has been raised by and around black people his whole life but still looks to find ways to keep them his slaves. The most famous scene is one in which he explains to Schultz and Django, who have entered the plantation on false pretenses, the concept of "phrenology," a racist pseudoscience built around chronicling ridges in the human skull. The scene ends with Leo smashing a small glass with his bare hand, an on set accident that drew real

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