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21 Years: Quentin Tarantino

21 Years: Quentin Tarantino is a movie starring Quentin Tarantino, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Samuel L. Jackson. A documentary that focuses on the first 21 years of Quentin Tarantino's career and includes interviews with his frequent...

Other Titles
QT8: The First Eight, Tarantino - The Bloody Genius, Tarantino total
Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tara Wood
Writer
Tara Wood
Actors
Diane Kruger, Samuel L. Jackson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Quentin Tarantino
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary that focuses on the first 21 years of Quentin Tarantino's career and includes interviews with his frequent collaborators.

Comments about documentary «21 Years: Quentin Tarantino» (19)

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Emma

It's been a few years since I've seen this, but I remember I was pretty impressed with it. The last time I saw it was on television, and it was just a really good documentary that had a lot of interesting information and good interviews with people involved. It was actually quite surprising to see how many people here on IMDb that rated this so low. I was surprised that many of them rated this so low, and thought it was really quite good. I think the fact that it was made so many years ago, and that most people I know that rated this one a 1/10 or 2/10 rated it a lot lower than this documentary makes it seem like a good documentary, but in reality I think that's what really sunk it. It's not really all that bad, but it's certainly not all that good either. The majority of the interviews are with various people involved in the making of this movie, and there are a lot of interesting tidbits that I won't get into here, but the most interesting ones are with Quentin Tarantino. The man himself is interviewed a few times, and he's a lot more entertaining than most of the other people in the film. It's interesting to see how he got involved with the movie, and how it all came together. I also learned a little bit about him in the film. He's the guy that made the movie, and also the director, and he also had some kind of a contract with the movie. I can't really say much more about him because he's a bit of a mystery, but there is a lot of interesting stuff to learn about him, and the film itself. The people who were interviewed were really cool, and they all seemed to have a lot of knowledge on how things came together. I think the interviews were a lot more interesting than the actual film itself, but that's really just a personal opinion. I think the movie itself was a lot better, but the documentary was still quite good. I definitely think this is one of the better documentaries I've seen, and I definitely recommend it.

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Christine

I didn't know what to expect from this documentary, but I have to say it was very interesting. This film is very much the type of film that we don't see enough of. From the top down, it's very interesting to see the people behind the projects and how they work. It's also very interesting to see what is in the works and the big picture for this film. I was very impressed by the level of talent and passion in this film and it is definitely a must see.

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Henry

This documentary is very entertaining and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The story of the making of Reservoir Dogs is told, and the story of Quentin Tarantino as a director and writer is also explained. Tarantino is interviewed extensively. There are a number of interviews from a variety of different actors, directors, and other professionals. I was especially impressed with the way Tarantino spoke about the making of Reservoir Dogs. He was very honest about his film and the people who worked on it. It is a good story, and it is a very interesting documentary. I found myself saying "what the hell was that?!" and "you guys did a great job!"

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Marie Baker

I think I'm a little biased because I'm a big fan of Quentin Tarantino. He is, in my opinion, one of the most talented and unique directors out there. This movie was a great tribute to his work, and I was very surprised at how much I enjoyed it. I'm not a Tarantino fan by any means, but I did like it. I love his work and I think this movie was a good tribute. The characters are interesting and sometimes heartbreaking. Tarantino gives us a real look into how he has handled his work, and I'm glad he did. I also love the music, the cinematography and the acting. It's a real showstopper. I hope that this movie is a success, because I think it is. I think it is an amazing tribute to a great director, and I think it is worth watching.

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Nancy G.

Tarantino's films have never been easy to judge, partly because they're so diverse. From his early work, such as the 'Slaughterhouse-Five' trilogy, and 'Kill Bill' and 'Pulp Fiction' in particular, to 'Death Proof' and 'Pulp Fiction 2', his work has always been one dimensional. So it's no surprise to see a few films in the recent past, like 'Jackie Brown' and 'Pulp Fiction 3: The Book of Life', get so much attention, but what is surprising is the subject matter he covers, especially his interviews. But it's one thing to be critiqued by critics, but to get such high praise from film experts is simply a crime.

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Kimberly C.

This is a great documentary, but it is a little slow. It tells you the story of Quentin Tarantino from his youth, to his death. It doesn't go in depth into the art of film-making, but it does give you the main characters' and the audience's perspective on them. I didn't know anything about Tarantino before I watched this documentary, and I think it is a great documentary for those who don't know much about him. It is a must-see for anyone who is interested in film. The only drawback is that it's a little slow at times, and it is a bit repetitive. I would recommend it for anyone who likes Quentin Tarantino.

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Margaret Tucker

My apologies to those who enjoyed the film but I found it a bit boring. It seemed as though they went over the same topics from the film to a "Tarantino Effect" - everything else seemed to be taking up time. The interviewees were actually quite interesting. I know that he does not like people talking about his films, but this film seemed like it could have been done better. A lot of this was because they seemed to be going over the same topics and I think the only reason this film was even made was to make Tarantino look like he is doing something other than making movies. I think it is a good film if you are a Tarantino fan. I think the film could have been better if he had a few more good jokes.

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Catherine

While I have seen Tarantino's movies, I have never watched the entire set of movies that he has directed. This is due to the fact that I am not familiar with the main characters, the directors or the producers. This movie is an introduction to the people involved and gives a detailed insight into the process of the making of the movie. It is a little bit of a look into the work of the director and it also shows us some of the tricks that he uses in the movie. One of the main things that I enjoyed was the discussion of the way that the movie was made. It was very interesting and was informative about the way that Tarantino was able to get the cast to act, especially because the actors had such different personalities. For instance, the actor who played the villain was very angry, whereas the actor who played the leading role in the movie was very much calm. Another thing that I enjoyed was the interview with the producer of the movie. It was also interesting because the producer was very open to any questions that the director wanted to ask about the movie. He also had some interesting things to say about the way that the movie was made. I also liked the fact that the interview was quite short because it allowed for the director to get some questions answered. Overall, I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the process of the making of a movie and also to anyone who is interested in the process of the movie itself.

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Judith

I was very excited to see this film. I love Quentin Tarantino and his films. I was really looking forward to seeing this film. I'm glad I did. I was very impressed with the film. Quentin Tarantino is one of my favorite directors and I am a fan of his work. I don't know what he does, but he is always brilliant. This film was very entertaining and entertaining. I don't think it was one of his best but it was still very entertaining. I really liked how this film was made. It was very cool to see what Quentin Tarantino's assistant did and how much they worked on the film. I think this is a very good film. I give it a B-.

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Olivia Hanson

I was lucky enough to be invited to a sneak preview screening of this film. It's my first time seeing a Quentin Tarantino film. I have to say that I was really impressed with it. It is a very interesting look into the world of gangsters. It has a lot of great dialogue and very strong characterizations. I thought the action was also very good. The movie is very violent, but that doesn't bother me as much as other movies. I think that violence can be a good thing if used in a good way. I really like the cast and the movie. I think it is a very interesting look into the world of gangsters. The movie is worth seeing and I definitely recommend it.

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Joyce W.

This film is a collection of interviews with Quentin Tarantino, which seem to be the main purpose of this documentary. It was directed by Samuel Fuller and edited by Chris Weller. It was made for the Academy Awards. However, it was nominated for Best Documentary Feature, and won Best Documentary Feature. I saw this film at the Toronto International Film Festival, and it was pretty good. The interviews were interesting and the overall feel of the film was like a documentary. I was kind of impressed with this documentary, because it didn't try to be something it wasn't, but it was a good film, and I think that Tarantino was pretty cool in it. I have to say that the interviews with Tarantino seemed to be good, because it's a great film, but I think that there could have been more, and it wasn't as long as it was. It was a good documentary, and I recommend it. 7/10

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Ann

The Rise of Quentin Tarantino, the man who never failed to entertain me during his career, this film is a fascinating look into the man's early years, his past, and his rise. It covers his early film making, his relationship with his father, his desire to make his own movies, and his use of a small crew. It also covers his rise as a Hollywood filmmaker, the influence of his father and his career. It's all pretty interesting and you get a good feel for the man and his career. Quentin Tarantino was born in L.A., but spent most of his childhood in San Bernardino. He spent most of his childhood in San Bernardino, and went to live with his mother. When he was in high school, his father died, and his mother moved to San Bernardino with his sister and a bunch of friends. When he was in college, he got involved with his father's new movie, 'Sicilian', and then moved to Hollywood to pursue his dreams. As he is being accepted at the Academy Awards, Quentin Tarantino moves to Los Angeles and makes his way to Hollywood to become a filmmaker. It's a fascinating look into the man and his life. This is a film you really have to watch. It's very interesting and a must watch. * out of *

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Gregory Ramirez

The real Quentin Tarantino is the man who writes these movies. This film takes a look at his past movies and how they influenced his own movies. I think this is very interesting because in many ways it is an interesting look at the movies that influenced him. As he said at the beginning of the film, these movies influenced him. Some of these movies are Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill, and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Quentin said that these movies were the best thing he had ever done. I really enjoyed this film because I feel that it did a good job of showing his love for these movies and how they influenced him. I also really liked that they didn't say the movies were his best. I think it was important to have a good looking man from the beginning to the end of the movie. The acting was great. In many ways this movie was like a documentary of his life. It was a nice surprise that he was playing himself. I thought he did a great job. I also enjoyed how it was very honest. I liked that the filmmakers didn't try to make this movie about his life. I think they did a very good job at showing his love for his movies. I also liked how they didn't give away the ending. I liked how the movie was very honest and that it was a nice surprise at the end. I would recommend this movie to anyone who loves Tarantino's movies.

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Wayne H.

Being a fan of Tarantino since I was a kid, I was very excited to see the movie, and was very pleased to find that it was both more than I expected, and more than I expected to see. I have never been a fan of Tarantino's other films, or even in general, so I had very low expectations for this film. However, I can say that it exceeded all of my expectations. The movie is very much about revenge, and revenge is a theme that Tarantino is very good at depicting, but this film is more than just about revenge. The film is also about Hollywood, the advertising industry, and how we think about our own self worth. The film is also about how much power we have over our own self worth, and how much power the media has over our perception of reality. It also is about how we think about the events in our life that are happening to us. It is very much a cinematic view of the events in our lives that are happening to us, and how the media has a great role in controlling our perception of reality. Overall, the film is very well made, and Tarantino does a good job at making the viewer feel that they are a part of this film. The film is also very well shot, and well directed. The film is very interesting to watch, and will certainly entertain you.

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Jerry

I'm usually a big fan of Tarantino films, and this one in particular. However, I think I can honestly say that I was a little disappointed with this film. The film starts off really well, as the viewer gets introduced to the characters. However, the film takes a while to get going, as there is a lot of filler in between the scenes. This film seems to be a little bit longer than it needs to be, and the film tries to explain things that it doesn't really need to, such as the film's concept. This film is not a film that I would recommend to anyone looking for a good film to watch. It's not as good as "Kill Bill", but it's a decent film, and I still like it. I would give it a 7/10.

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Peter H.

I've always been fascinated with Quentin Tarantino, but I never got a chance to see a lot of his movies, until now. I think the fact that I'm a big fan of the director will make me enjoy this documentary a lot more. There are some great stories told, especially about the interviews with the cast, especially with John Travolta and John Travolta's wife. This is a movie that is really worth watching, if you're a fan of Tarantino's movies.

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Justin W.

The majority of Tarantino's films have been re-evaluated, as the years go by. It seems that the problem with Tarantino is that he has always made films for the same people, and the people that they are. Even when he made a film that was about an African American or Latino, the people who saw it would also be the same. But the reason that I thought of Tarantino was because he was so open to the audience. He never needed to force the message of the film onto them. He let them tell their own story. So this film is not just about him, it's about us, and what we can do to make a difference. As for the movie itself, I think it was very well done. I also thought that the concept of the film was very interesting. I think that the concept of a documentary was very well done. The documentary approach of the film was used very well, and I thought that the documentary aspect was used well in the film as well. I also thought that the film did a great job at showing the viewer the reality of African Americans and how they have to deal with the racism that they have to deal with. So I think that I enjoyed the film very much, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about the world and their lives.

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Emma Pearson

I saw this in the theater and thought it was great, I saw it again today and I'm still thinking about it. It's very interesting to see how a film can change people's lives and also how a person can change a film. I thought the acting was great, with the exception of Halle Berry. I don't know if I would recommend this film to others, but I did enjoy it.

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Cynthia Harris

Quentin Tarantino is one of the most prolific and prolific directors ever to have ever existed in this world. I think that he has done some of the best work of his career and it is always a pleasure to see him on the big screen. He also is one of the most prolific writers of all time, and he has penned some of the most famous works of all time, from Reservoir Dogs to Kill Bill, the list of Tarantino films is so long and includes some great classics like Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown, but also some of his lesser known works like The Hateful Eight and the latest Inglorious Basterds. I really liked this film because it has a lot of great clips of the director, and some of the best interviews that I have seen. The film is a short documentary film that is narrated by Tarantino himself, and it tells us a lot about him, but also it tells us a lot about how his career has started and what his career has meant to him. He talks about the problems he had in the beginning, how he came to be a director, what his major influences were, and how he started working with Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Michael Mann, and Michael Bay. It is a very interesting and entertaining documentary, and I recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Tarantino or anyone who is interested in the film-making of Quentin Tarantino. It is definitely worth watching.