The Hateful Eight

The Hateful Eight

Byr Quentin Tarantino

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release: 2015-12-25
  • Rate: R
  • Lenght: 2h 47min
  • Director: Quentin Tarantino
  • Producer: Double Feature Films
  • Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 4.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 3.99
7.7/10
7.7
From 12,175 Certification

Description

Nominated for 3 Academy Awards®. Quentin Tarantino’s eighth film takes place six or eight or twelve years after the Civil War. Bounty hunter John Ruth (Kurt Russell) is racing through a blizzard toward Red Rock to have captured fugitive Daisy Domergue (Academy Award®-Nominee Jennifer Jason Leigh) hanged when he comes across another bounty hunter (Samuel L. Jackson) and a man claiming to be the sheriff (Walton Goggins). When the blizzard worsens, the four take refuge in a mountain stopover where they encounter four more strangers. Soon the tension from the close quarters and the bounty on Daisy’s head lead some to wonder if any of them will make it to Red Rock.

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Reviews

  • Eh... but the look is awesome.

    1
    By Alscort93
    This is one of those that I would call a “film.” Purely a Tarantino attempt to get the nod from the non drug addict Hollywood as an “artist.” Slow, very slow. It was shot on film and in amazing film stock, so the look is amazing, but you’ll have to be happy about that because once they get inside, they never leave the room. I don’t remember how long it was, it drug on, and on, and on. I think they got tired of it on the cutting floor and just released it before it was 30 minutes long. If you take anything from this, don’t waste your money on this.
  • Highly entertaining

    5
    By GetLifted
    People seem to love this movie, I personally find it highly entertaining. The setting and characters are a new twist on the period... usually it’s highfalutin characters. These guys may have been ripped out of today, life probably wasn’t as different back then as we seem to think. Wondering who’s working with who and what’s going to happen is reminiscent of Reservoir Dogs, another Tarantino film. The dialogue is great, and there are many funny parts. It’s meant to be suspenseful, violent, absurd and entertaining. I found it to be all of the above, in good ways. Kurt Russel and Sam Jackson are highlights, and I thought Walton Goggins carried the last part of the film. Take it or leave it, but I loved it.
  • The Unbelievable Eight.

    2
    By Music jack
    Started out as a interesting movie with good actors, good plot, great cinematography. As the movie progressed, it became more and more unbelievable and degenerated into just a gore movie. Loved the explosive bloody vomit scenes....not! As if this is the way any kind of poison really works. You’d be better off watching Texas Chainsaw Massacre. At least you know what your getting. This over the top ending ruined an otherwise good movie. One other thing....Samuel Jackson as a black, post civil war bounty hunter! There must have been a lot of those.
  • Western movies should be like this

    5
    By Nicholas becerra
    Tarantino has always been my favorite retro director he always tells good stories alongside violence that makes sense. The Hateful Eight is brutal, shocking, funny and a bit overlong if you love westerns this fim is for you but warning brutal violence.
  • Love

    5
    By El Train
    Top 3 QT movie
  • 4K and Roadshow version needed

    5
    By NHKOsakaTokyo
    Great movie, but why is the roadshow version of the movie not included as part of the iTunes Extras?
  • Western Orient Express Tarantino Style

    5
    By ipadnotebook.com
    Did not know what to expect. Turned out to be like a murder mystery who dunnit with a western Tarantino flair. Samuel Jackson and Kurt Russel were enjoyable along with the rest of the cast.
  • Awesome

    5
    By Chill_Town
    Unique plot with a star studded cast. Tarantino knows how to use a non-linear plot to engage the audience.
  • QT at his finest

    5
    By JCar2007
    Tarantino can do no wrong.
  • Brilliant!

    4
    By dustin.petersen
    One his best.

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