Pierre Van Dormael
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Jackie Brown (1997) - dir. Quentin Tarantino
A sadly under-appreciated film from a director who is probably over-appreciated. I’m still not sure why Jackie Brown isn’t a little more widespread with its circulation. It’s a relatively simple plot that is wonderfully acted, beautifully crafted scene-to-scene, and the most watered-down Tarantino will probably ever be. By all accounts… this is a film that most filmgoers would appreciate.
Where’d ya park the car Louis?
"I believe that Jack is one of the best actors in Hollywood, perhaps on a par with the greatest stars of the past like Spencer Tracy and James Cagney. I should think that he is on almost everyone’s first-choice list for any role which suits him. His work is always interesting, clearly conceived and has the X-factor, magic. Jack is particularly suited for roles which require intelligence. He is an intelligent and literate man, and these are qualities almost impossible to act. In The Shining, you believe he’s a writer, failed or otherwise.” - Stanley Kubrick
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