Weekend Filler

I’m not sure who checks this on the weekend and I’m trying to stop posting random youtube videos, but while anxiously awaiting the release of Tarantino/Rodriguez’s Grindhouse and attending what seems like a dream come true, the TWO MONTH LONG Grindhouse Fest at the New Beverly Cinemas, I’m really Quentin-Crazed once again.
Many of you may know that Quentin made his own movie before Reservoir Dogs a film he denied the existence of during production on RD because he feared it would lose him the job of directing. It was called My Best Friend’s Birthday and was thought locked way way far away. Well, godbless Youtube, because here it is. I’ve only watched a the opening of part one, but I LOVE the first exchange, hilarious. A lot of the plot smacks of True Romance and the references are one’s he’d never make after this as he thought he’d made these references pretty tired after his first few movies. Quentin has said that when he was done with My Best Friend’s Birthday that the celluloid was good for nothing but guitar picks, but that it had taught him how to make a movie. Enjoy.

I’m not sure who checks this on the weekend and I’m trying to stop posting random youtube videos, but while anxiously awaiting the release of Tarantino/Rodriguez’s Grindhouse and attending what seems like a dream come true, the TWO MONTH LONG Grindhouse Fest at the New Beverly Cinemas, I’m really Quentin-Crazed once again.
Many of you may know that Quentin made his own movie before Reservoir Dogs a film he denied the existence of during production on RD because he feared it would lose him the job of directing. It was called My Best Friend’s Birthday and was thought locked way way far away. Well, godbless Youtube, because here it is. I’ve only watched a the opening of part one, but I LOVE the first exchange, hilarious. A lot of the plot smacks of True Romance and the references are one’s he’d never make after this as he thought he’d made these references pretty tired after his first few movies. Quentin has said that when he was done with My Best Friend’s Birthday that the celluloid was good for nothing but guitar picks, but that it had taught him how to make a movie. Enjoy.

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