Tagged: Quentin Tarantino

Road to the Oscars 2013: Best Original Screenplay

Dan Schindel sorts out the movies nominated for their scripts in our Road to the Oscars Series.

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The Box-Office Oscars: Winners by the Numbers

If Awards Season was decided by the box-office numbers, who would be the winners? The highest grossing films of 2012 show us the difference between the people's love and the critical acclaim. This are "The Box-Office Oscars"

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Review: ‘Django Unchained’

According to Hiko Mitsuzuka, Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained proudly exploits the wildest of the West.

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Tarantino XX: Twenty Years of Violent Fun

2012 marks the twentieth anniversary of the start of Quentin Tarantino's extraordinary career. Carlos Aguilar takes a look at the milestones in his violently perfect filmography.

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‘Django Unchained’ to Have Quentin Tarantino Dialogue Cameo

Everyone’s familiar with Quentin Tarantino making appearances in his own movies from time-to-time, but this time he’s gone a step further by actually getting some lines in the upcoming Western Django Unchained.

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Ex-Spouses Vie for Best Directing Oscar

The frontrunners for Best Director used to be married to each other. Kathryn Bigelow looks to become the first woman to win this Oscar for the low-budget "Hurt Locker," while James Cameron's big-budget "Avatar" was groundbreaking. Adam Spunberg likes Bigelow, but don't count out Quentin Tarantino.

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Is this Tarantino’s Year to Shine at the Oscars?

Quentin Tarantino won a screenplay Oscar for "Pulp Fiction" in 1995, but his eyes are on a bigger prize. "Inglourious Basterds" is his best shot yet at Best Picture. Is this Tarantino's year, or is filmmaker too violent and too unusual to win over the Academy? Michaela Zanello reports.

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