Quentin Tarantino is a bravado. He is a source of energy in the cine-world just like anti-matter in the world or in that case, in Dan Brown novels. But, if you look closely, Tarantino keeps much to himself. But no complaints considering the fact that his mind is constantly engaged in churning out stories like Jackie Brown and Pulp Fiction. But, recently Quentin Tarantino revealed that while he finds many movies good and artsy, he still thinks they don’t have a place in cinema.
That is the most true statement anyone has made for a really long time. I too wanted to say this for many years, but I never had the guts to say it. That’s what I love about Quentin Tarantino. He is so cool ! He just makes what he wants to make and just says what he wants to say. He is unrestrained.
Quentin Tarantino’s statement was like this ‘Half of these Cate Blanchett movies — they’re all just like these arty things. I’m not saying they’re bad movies, but I don’t think most of them have a shelf life. Look at movies like The Fighter or American Hustle. These are movies that folks are gonna even after 30 years.’
A standing ovation for you, Mr.Tarantino. Movies now-a-days which get all these Oscars have no shelf life. The movie gets consumed in the art it is supposedly trying to display. It is no fun for the audience, just some things to rave about for a bunch of self-proclaimed film intellectuals who praise all things which are considered heart yet criticize pure entertainers as they do not consider them art.
This is what makes Tarantino’s movies to stand out. They are pure entertainment while still being a ode to the art known as cinema. Cate Blanchett is one of my all time favourite actress, because she just gets under the skin of any character she has to play, and also she happens to be HELL HOT ! But, I wouldn’t just categorize such movies to Cate Blanchett. Many movies are released every year which no one actually enjoys. And then there is moaning about people not appreciating thoughtful art yet making crap like Transformers blockbusters. I say give something to the audience.
After 30 years no one’s gonna remember Blue Jasmine or Ida or all that. People are gonna look up this age and point out American Hustle, The Wolf Of Wall Street, Django Unchained or Whiplash. These are movies that will continue to enthrall the audiences even after a century. These are movies that people are going to be known as classics, these are movies that will be acknowledged as a celebration of cinema. Art at its purest form. So, I hope people will listen to Tarantino’s statement and try to make movies that have a retain value and can be enjoyed by audiences any time they want.
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