The feminine Horror reigns supreme.
This is what I've been waiting to read. Can't wait to see how formless it all happens to be. That's completely un-Quentin in the long run with how tied to everything his stories/characters are. A career post-Weinstein should be breathing something different, so intrigued to see how he takes it all in.I saw Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Going to need another watch to process. I think there's a lot going on under the surface with it in terms of what he's saying about the machismo of Hollywood at that time and the passing of the guard to a new era. It's super interesting. But what I loved most about it is that Tarantino has never made anything so unconcerned with plot before. It's so meandering and almost completely formless and I loved every minute of it. Has moments of pure magic, something as simple as a movie within a movie becoming reality or reality morphing in to something different just for a moment. The climax is completely bonkers. It's also definitely his funniest film and other than Jackie Brown, definitely his most heartfelt. It's kind of whimsical at points. Different in a lot of ways to anything he's made, but it's also Tarantino turned up to 11 as well.