Hateful 8 Analysis

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The Hateful Eight is the eighth entry of film through the ultimate writer and director, Quentin Tarantino. He has stated that he will only be making 2 more films, which in a total becomes 10 films throughout his wondrous career. It is so sad and relieving to believe only 2 more films will be inclined from the fantastic writer and director Quentin Tarantino. Because this film is a welcome addition to fans of himself and to the beloved audiences that makes it one of the finest western films of the decade. The Hateful Eight starts with John Ruth (Kurt Russell) and Daisy Domergue (Jennifer Jason Leigh) comfortably travelling inside a wagon led by horses heading their way to the path of Red Rock, a small village which John Ruth is a bounty hunter…show more content…
Aside from the minor detailed plots, it doubtlessly borrows similar elements of its original concept. One might say, it is a direct plagiarism, but for the defense, I’d like to put as inspirational. The impression might be familiar but it is the story and the characters that make it very different from the inspired source material and other mainstream thriller films. A clear example may be, the collision between Major Marquis and the residence who were already resting in the haberdashery, the hilarious chemistry between John Ruth and Daisy. Another might be, a sequence in which Major Marquis explains the death of General Sandy Smithers’ (Bruce Dern) son which remained a mysterious clue but now revealed from the dirty, deceitful mouth of Major Marquis. This 10-minute sequence is an aspect that decorated the film over up, and still remains to be memorable and highly impressive that made my first knuckle tight, and the sense of dread that made it authentically disturbing to…show more content…
These actors and actresses deduce like they are fully committed to their roles in the film. To begin, interesting characters have been shown off to the screen as the film slowly reveals each of the characters which are utterly different in most other western or typical mainstream movies. As undoubtedly these characters are enjoyable, the acting of performance that is given by each make it more stimulating and enchanting. A prime example I would use would be, Samuel L Jackson as Major Marquis Warren. He is strikingly amusing and courageous as a dangerous and clever bounty hunter. He has a sense, in which is dread whenever he beings making movements and when he starts opening his mouth to speak. This might be an unpopular opinion, but I believe that it is his best performance since the 1994’s Pulp
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