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Quentin Tarantino

Quentin Tarantino – The Works

The work of Quentin Tarantino has always left an impression on me. Although many think that he delves too deeply into paying homage to his influences, I feel that his films are kinetic, deep and always offer a great time at the cinema. Whether it be his unique style of dialogue or impeccable moments of tension, it's undeniable that Quentin Tarantino is one of the most talented directors working today. With this action packed and bloody installment of 'The Works', my goal was to display exactly what I feel makes Tarantino such a great director.

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Oh man, I'm going.

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A train pulls into its final station and a Hobo hops from a freight car. He has dreams of a fresh life in a new city, but finds himself trapped in an urban hell instead. A city where criminals rule the streets, landlords evict single mothers in the middle of the night, and where the city's crime boss, The Drake, reigns supreme with his sadistic, homeless-killing sons, Slick & Ivan. Through the chaos, the Hobo comes across a shop window displaying a second hand lawn mower and a shotgun, and decides it's time to cut the grass, make the city beautiful and start a new way of life. But after witnessing the brutality that encompasses this city, he realizes the only way to make a difference in this place is with a gun in his hand and two shells in its chamber.

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The Black Keys - Howlin' for You

The Black Keys do a grindhouse style send-up in their new video starring Tricia Helfer, Sean Patrick Flanery, Corbin Bernsen, Diora Baird, and Sir Todd Bridges.

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