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The third movie usually is linked by genre to some degree or another to the first two, but it almost exists as a rebuke to the first two.
It almost exists as a bastard child of the first two and is usually never as popular as the first two.’ He’s on to something — even the idea that the third one is almost, in its own way, a critique of the first two.
“Reservoir Dogs,” ”Pulp Fiction,” “Jackie Brown.” Then ‘Kill Bill 1’ — I consider ‘Kill Bill’ as one movie but for the sake of his hypothesis — so ‘Kill Bill 1,’ ‘Kill Bill 2,’ ‘Death Proof’ and then ‘Inglourious Basterds,’ ‘Django’ and ‘The Hateful Eight.’ [The critic] goes: ‘He makes movies in threes.
And show how smart they are with all their film references.” About how he gives direction: “I am the captain of the ship, and they have to follow my orders as far as that’s concerned.
So it doesn’t contaminate the other 10.” On the theory that he makes movies in threes: “I was listening to a podcast and there was a British critic pontificating about my work.
And he said something to the degree of: ‘Well, Tarantino makes movies in threes.
And I thought that was really interesting and it held more water the more I thought about it.” About his films being packed with references to other movies: “Not as many as critics think there are.
It’s one of those things where it becomes quite annoying. In ‘Pulp Fiction,’ when Marsellus walks in front of the car which is similar to the one in ‘Psycho,’ I think that might be the only ‘shot for shot’ I’ve ever taken from another movie exactly. It’s one of those things where it becomes annoying because anything in my movie – critics are trying to write a laundry list.