We get pretty particular at ReviewMyScript. One of these days we’ll probably take on something like “How to Name Your Fictional Country”, but this week we’d like to point you in the direction of a much looser collection of general
We’re a little late to the party/funeral, but Rick Dalton isn’t real so we hope you can forgive the tardiness. The 90-year-old veteran Hollywood star apparently died, peacefully in his sleep in Honolulu, Hawaii, and is survived by his mutually
Quentin Tarantino’s 10th and (supposedly) final film has been named: The Movie Critic. Plot details indicate that the film will likely revolve around a particular critic with an immeasurable influence over Quentin’s, and likely many other creatives’, work. Uncompromising. Brilliant.
We’re not talking about writing a scene with a particular track in mind for use in your film’s soundtrack (an article for another time perhaps) but taking the time to curate a playlist for the purpose of the tone for
Considering the rate at which Quentin Tarantino intravenously injects films from every country on earth, every year imaginable, and of every quality level endurable, it’s a wonder he ever gets around to making films of his own. He’s been on
Famous for his elaborately indulgent screenplays, filled with non-sequiturs, it can be difficult to imagine the sort of scenes that even Quentin Tarantino decided he could part with. As a writer he’s a savant, so what was so wrong with
Tarantino is known as the video clerk turned director, a guy who’s raw passion for cinema and pastiche taste when it comes to making movies filters into every fibre of his being. Often referencing the kung fu and spaghetti western
Samuel L. Jackson is probably one of the most recognisable actors on the face of the planet. Having made a name for himself in films like Jungle Fever, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Snakes on a Plane, The Hateful Eight and