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The Hateful Eight 2016 R CC

In THE HATEFUL EIGHT, a stagecoach hurtles through the wintry Wyoming landscape. The passengers, bounty hunter John Ruth and his fugitive Daisy Domergue, race towards the town of Red Rock.

Starring:
Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell
Runtime:
2 hours, 47 minutes

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Western, Action, Mystery
Director Quentin Tarantino
Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell
Supporting actors Jennifer Jason Leigh, Walton Goggins, Demian Bichir, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Bruce Dern, James Parks, Dana Gourrier, Zoë Bell, Lee Horsley, Gene Jones, Keith Jefferson, Craig Stark. Belinda Owino, Channing Tatum
Studio The Weinstein Company
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By Paul Donovan TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 5, 2016
Format: Blu-ray
Nine Things About the Film "The Hateful Eight"

1. This is Quentin Tarantino's eighth film, and it's his most controlled and focused one.

2. Set shortly after the Civil War, the story is about a group of people headed for a town named Red Rock but who get stranded at a stagecoach lodge during a blizzard. Everybody has their own agendas for being there, and some of those agendas are at cross purposes.

3. The movie is described as a western (Ennio Morricone even wrote the score, which is his first western score in 40 years), but it would be more accurate to say the movie is a actually a mystery. It just happens to be set in the Old West.

4. A lot of the actors have worked with Tarantino before, so everybody kind of fits together like a glove. They know the mix of comic-seriousness that Tarantino goes for, and how to say the dialogue that is just past the line of real life. They all play off of each other very well.

5. Jennifer Jason Leigh plays Daisy, a captured murderer on her way to being hanged in Red Rock. Daisy says the least, but she is the most interesting character in the movie, She gets beaten by men over and over, but Daisy not only takes it, she seems to draw strength from it. It's a pretty powerful, paradoxical performance by Leigh.

6. Everybody knows that a Tarantino film is often reminiscent of the old violent grindhouse films of decades past. And while this film does have his trademark violence, especially during the last half, there's not as much as some people will want.

7. Some people may be surprised to see that Tarantino's script contains just as much substance as style.
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Format: Blu-ray
I really liked this movie a lot. It was my second favorite movie of 2015, behind only Mad Max: Fury Road.

This movie seems to be receiving many negative reviews, based mostly on the following criticisms:

#1 - "The movie is slow and/or too long." If you don't like long movies, or movies that are not filled with non-stop action, I agree that you will not enjoy this movie. Avoid it. If you enjoy suspense, mystery, and entertaining dialogue in spite of run time, you probably will enjoy this movie.

#2 - "This movie has too much gory violence and/or gross sex talk (based on one scene)." If you don't like gory violence or "gross" sex talk, don't watch this movie, and don't watch any movie directed by Quentin Tarantino. If you tend to like the way he uses the humor of over-the-top violence without pulling you so far out of the story that you're any less than enthralled with the fates of the characters on screen, you will probably like this movie.

#3 - "Quentin Tarantino is a dumb liberal who only wants to make message movies about race." If you don't like movies that are themed around race relations in the United States, don't watch this movie. If this movie made you uncomfortable because of this, it's probably a good thing that you suffered through it and had to consider race relations over the history of the United States for three hours, even if you were still just angry afterward (toward blacks, whites, Mexicans, whichever).

#4 - "Quentin Tarantino is obsessed with the N-word." See #2. If you don't like hearing the N-word under any circumstances, you won't like this movie.
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Maybe one of Tarantino's best films. Not the non stop blood bath that is Django or Kill Bill, but the plot itself and the sheer acting was so good. This film will be considered by many as a stale affair, however for Tarantino fans who love the way the story unfolds like in pulp fiction or reservoir dogs this movie will grab you. It all builds up to an amazing final scene. Throughout the movie you will be listening to the great dialogue which Tarantino is known to implement into his movies. Much like Inglourious Basterds, the scenes with a lot of dialogue should keep you fascinated as the story unravels.
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Once again, Tarantino has given us an over-the-top crazy, sometimes brilliant, completely divisive and (I'd say) very entertaining film here. If you've seen his films, especially the more recent ones like Django Unchained and Inglorious Basterds, you know exactly what kind of crazy to expect here. If you don't know his films by now, or know them and don't like them..well, this one probably won't be the one to change your mind.

If you recall a few years back, Tarantino had written a script that was leaked online by an industry insider, he got upset and then publicly declared that as a result, he was going to trash the whole idea and would never actually shoot it. Well, it turns out after some time had passed, he started to come around to the idea of hosting some live table reads of the script and then announced that he was going forward with filming it. I actually read that script and it just didn't do it for me the way many of his others had, so I wasn't terribly excited to hear it was going to be made but I was curious and respectful enough of his skill as a filmmaker to watch anything he directs.

It only took me a few minutes into the film to change my mind about it. It starts out with some gorgeous sweeping landscape shots (shot in 70 mm) and an awesome original score by none other than Ennio Morricone. We see a stagecoach making its way through snow-covered mountain terrain and pull up to one major Marquis Warren, Samuel L. Jackson, who is stranded by the side of the road with a pile of dead bodies he plans to haul in for bounty. In the coach are no-nonsense bounty hunter, John "the Hangman Ruth, (Kurt Russell, in top form) and his prisoner Daisy Domergue (Jennifer Jason Leigh.
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