Michael Madsen, best known for appearing in Quentin Tarantino films Reservoir Dogs and Kill Bill: Vol. I and II, was arrested Friday for child endangerment, People reports.
Madsen, 54, was booked at a Los Angeles County Sheriff's station following a fight with his teenage son. He was charged with a...
Film editor Sally Menke, best known for her work with Quentin Tarantino, was found dead in Los Angeles on Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times reported. She was 56.
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DVD Tuesday Kill Bill A trip down exploitation-movie memory laneI like Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguezs Grindhouse 2007 But I love Tarantinos Kill Bill Both tap into fond memories of haunting the real grindhouses of New Yorks then notorious Times Square Times Square was never what it used to be There was always someone around to tell you that you should have seen it when Cue some nostalgic tale that starts it was so sleazy that Trust me back in the 1970s it was plenty sleazy and today its like the Las Vegas casino version of its bad old self But what a place to see low-budget American horror yakuza pictures spaghetti Westerns Eurotrash thrillers and sexploitation martial arts epics mondo movies and assorted weirdness all of which and more go into the Kill Bill mixThe plot is simple if digressive A professional assassin code named Black Mamba Uma Thurman is murdered on her wedding on her wedding day Except that she doesnt die After
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Questions about Pirates the He-Man movie and what became of that extended DVD of Kill BillSend your movie questions to FlickChickSee Maitland McDonagh and Ken Fox review this weeks new flicks in Movie TalkQuestion Is this the last Pirates of the Caribbean movie or are they going to make a fourth -- RussellFlickChick Id say the odds are good that there will be a fourth Pirates of the Caribbean film but its not a sure thing Assuming that youve seen Pirates of the Caribbean At Worlds End and why would you be asking otherwise you know it sets up the possibility that Captain Jack Sparrow Johnny Depp and who knows who else will embark on a quest for the fountain of youth Involved parties have alluded vaguely to various possibilities in promotional interviews for Worlds EndProducer Jerry Bruckheimer told Australias Herald Sun that This is the end [of the current trilogy] but whether one of the characters or a couple of the characters continue on its
As the Punisher, Marvel Comics' iconic gun-toting vigilante, Thomas Jane squares off against an army of gangsters led by über-baddie John Travolta. But his bloodiest battle is actually happening offscreen, and it can't be won with bullets or hand grenades. That's the showdown between The Punisher and Quentin Tarantino's highly anticipated Kill Bill, Vol. 2 — which both hit theaters today, competing for the same action-hungry audience.
"I'm sure they'll hurt each other at the box office," Jane sighs resignedly. "It's inevitable. But The Punisher will find its audience. It's a niche movie; it doesn't have to make $150 million to be successful. Besides, as a kid, I loved going to the theater and seeing two films I really wanted to see up on the marquee. It's going to be a fantastic weekend for people who love these kinds of movies."
Unlike other actors-turned-superheroes, Jane genuinely can count himself as a lifelong