In Detroit, loner Clarence marries a call girl named Alabama, steals cocaine from her pimp, and tries to sell it in Hollywood. Meanwhile, the owners of the cocaine, the mob, track them down and try to reclaim it.
Another great Tarantino screenplay
God, Tarantino used up 90% of his originality in the 90s and 10% on Kill Bill. How people can’t see Hateful 8 is just Reservoir Dogs premise rebranded.
Date is wrong .old movie
By apples are everywhere!
This movie came out in 1993
classic road trip violent fun
By Nicholas becerra
What do you get when you get the top actors in hollywood, throw them on a wild ride on a trip towards death and nothing you get a wild ride and true romance is violent, romantic, funny and silly for what it is.
Ez- Top 5 All Time
Cast- Storyline-Directing- cinematography
You can say the movie isn’t your type, or the story is a little thicker than your skin, but if don’t like this movie your either too old or just you really shouldn’t review movies at all! Absolutely a brilliant masterpiece from the best at his best-
Can anyone confirm..
Is this the directors cut?
Wish There Were More Movies Like This
Great actors, great story. Just what Hollywood should be doing
Shut the front door!!!
A movie that keeps you going Whaaaat? Seriously, When the “What’s your favorite movie” question comes up, I keep recommending it to people who have never heard of it. When I tell them the cast, writer & director. They look gob-smacked. One great scene after another!
This is one of my favorite films of all time. You will not be disappointed.
Good cast, people shoot guns
This is too much Tarantino for Scott and too much Scott for Tarantino. No question who wrote the script. You can almost hear him speaking the lines. Frankly, He thinks he's far cooler than he is and it comes through. I am curious about the Tarrantino Scott pairing. It would have been better if it had been Tarantino directing, regardless of his overly pungent script. This isn't Pulp Fiction or Kill Bill or Jackie Brown. It's okay but more about violence than story-telling.