Troy (USA - Malta - UK, 2004)


You know, fightin’ in a basement offers a lot of difficulties. Number one being, you’re fightin’ in a basement!


Inglourious Basterds (2009) dir.Quentin Tarantino


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Quentin Tarantino and the Inglourious Basterds cast giving shout-outs to his editor Sally Menke during the filming process (X)

Please yourself to shape your own vision.

It’s a very strong thing, that desire, that initial impulse — like an obsession. But it’s deliciate too and it needs to be nutured and protected against the incursions of the world which can be merciless.


Martin Scorsese (via thatfilmdudekalen)

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Inglourious Basterds (2009)

When asked about the misspelled title, director Quentin Tarantino gave the following answer: “Here’s the thing. I’m never going to explain that. You do an artistic flourish like that, and to explain it would just take the piss out of it and invalidate the whole stroke in the first place.”

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Movie Requests - K-Pax (2001)


This scene originally was to be played as a very serious scene, however the actors kept cracking up with Benicio del Toro (as Fred Fenster) flubbing his lines. It eventualy became a constant laugh fest amongst the actors (leading Director Bryan Singer’s constant anger with the scene). But after reviewing the dailies, Singer realized that it actually played better into the character’s profiles.



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