Vengeance is a theme in his work.
He's narrowed down the suspects.
"Then comes the train scene — incredible!"
And it only took nineteen years.
Those nasty words were "a partial writing" of his thoughts.
Dress to kill with white silk pleats, a popping graphic print, navy biker leather, and pointed steel toes in this neo-noir spring look.
“[Tarantino] places music in his films without coherence."
Another excuse to stay indoors.
Other winners include Skyfall, Les Misérables, Argo, Life of Pi.
About the film Birth of a Nation.
Someone you'd never guess is related to Christopher Walken.
"He wanted the hits to be very meaty," says the movie's special-effects coordinator.
Plus: Charlie Sheen didn't fail to entertain, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
The question was on whether violent films inspire real-life violence.
Django wins, to no one's surprise.
How Kathryn Bigelow could get a cameo in something like Little Nicky or Paul Thomas Anderson could nail an Up All Night guest spot the QT way.
It starts with Charlie Chaplin and ends with Lindsay Lohan.
Ennio Morricone, Rick Ross, Jim Croce: He explains it all.