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Death Proof

2007
Suspense/Thriller
Crime
2h 7m
Two separate pairs of voluptuous women are stalked at different times by a scarred stuntman who uses his "death proof" cars to execute his murderous plans.
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Death Proof

2007
Suspense/Thriller
Crime
2h 7m
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Rated 24 Jun 2011
50
55th
Do you like watching a 40-something man masturbate? Then you'll love Death Proof. Tarantino made this movie so he'd have something to wax on/wax off to those Friday nights Uma Thurman already has plans. Long, drawn-out, profanity-laden dialogue sequences? Check. Samuel L Jackson-esque preachy characters? Check. Director cameo that is longer than it should be? Check. Obscure songs from the 60s that you don't know, therefore you suck? Check. Random appearance by bespectacled Asian girls? Check.
Rated 27 Oct 2007
9
90th
The most fun I had watching a film in ages, I literally applauded at the end, which I rarely do. Make sure you see this one in a movie theatre, awesome time guaranteed!
Rated 26 Sep 2011
8
80th
This movie is split into two parts. Part one is about wanting to fuck a sexy twenty-something so hard her legs fly off. Part two is about getting fucked by a sexy twenty-something so hard your legs fly off. You win some and you lose some, I guess.
Rated 05 Nov 2007
85
83rd
Very thrilling. Russell was terrific as Mike the Stuntman. It had a terrific atmosphere, it seemed like it was also frightening even thought Russell was barely in it. Very intense car chase. Definitely worth a watch.
Rated 22 Nov 2009
25
5th
The only thing worse than hating 90% of the characters in a movie is when 90% of the movie is them having pointless dialogue that has nothing really to do with the movie at all and seems more like an attempt for the writer to show the audience how witty he is. There is not one character in the two groups of girls I liked one bit. A cool crash scene (that fortunately annihilates Group 1 of annoying girls) and a chase scene that has a few cool moments are the only thing worthwhile this movie has.
Rated 28 May 2008
89
90th
Fucking loved it! Thank you Quentin Tarantino for writing some exciting, badass roles for women in recent years; it's great therapy for those of us who are fucking sick of seeing women constantly written as dull, humorless, marriage-hungry baby-chasers that we can't possibly relate to in any way.
Rated 11 Jun 2020
66
30th
While not a bad film, this is obviously the low point in Tarantino's filmography. That's partly because while while his previous pictures have all built off of one another artistically, this one seems more like a one off experiment--more akin to his chapter in Four Rooms or his tv work. Here he's fascinated with giving his dialogue to younger women characters, although the nuance of Kill Bill is lost. The good action sequences make for a marginal recommendation, especially for completists.
Rated 06 Oct 2011
4
70th
Dude, did they just leave Mary Elizabeth Winstead behind to get raped? Uh. That aside, a fine piece of entertaining, trashy fun. It feels far more an actual film than Planet Terror, which is almost cloyingly indulgent of its own excesses and homage; Death Proof isn't a pastiche, it's a spiritual successor to an era. And a very well-made one at that.
Rated 10 Jan 2015
59
36th
When my grandparents used to mention going to see a "talkie" I would just nod. Oh yes, I've seen one of those.
Rated 12 Feb 2008
30
14th
Terrible! Absolutely terrible! The dialogue is awful, the acting's bad but not in a call back to the 70s exploitation movies sort of way, Tarantino's acting is even worse and the car chases are unexciting. I have nothing against real, old exploitation movies but this is nothing but pointless adolescent garbage.
Rated 05 Jan 2008
85
76th
Death Proof is not a film for everyone. Viewers need a basic understanding of old grindhouse/exploitation films (if you know who Toxie is, you're good to go), a general acceptance of Quentin Tarantino films, and some patience. If you have all of those traits, Death Proof can be an extremely fun film. Aside from occasionally annoying banter, something Tarantino often overdoes, Death Proof is... Really good!
Rated 13 Oct 2008
97
97th
Tarantino knows a little secret: If you aim to make a trashy film, you're going to pump it up to the max and you will go all the way, no compromises. And that is exactly what he does here. Ignore the idiotic naysayers who thought the long bridges of dialogue ("people talking!", they say in disgust) were just boring and that the last car chase came in too little too late and give them the finger. Tarantino can certainly write and managed to make one of the most exciting films this year. Grand fun
Rated 19 May 2008
56
11th
Slow moving, and unfulfilling at the end. Actually, to be completely honest, I didn't like the ending and I didn't like the journey there.
Rated 02 Feb 2008
54
22nd
Death Proof could have probably been fifteen minutes long and just as good as its two hour cut. It's incredibly dull for the large majority of the film, focusing on stupid dialog rather than the only interesting element, Kurt Russel and his car Death Proof, for like an hour and a half. The final scene is pretty well done, and it's very exciting, but it's too little too late. Death Proof could very easily be Tarrantino's worst movie to date.
Rated 29 Mar 2008
65
40th
A little bit dissapointing. Too many meaningless and idiotic scenes that didn't contribute to the story whatsoever. And it hasn't reached the true '70 exploitation/B-horror movie feel, contrary to Planet Terror, which is just better in about every way.
Rated 14 Nov 2022
90
98th
Cinéma d'auteur, cinéma d'horreur, cinéma académique, bourrin et sexy. Du pur tarantino fantasme, avec des filles magnifiques et un méchant très méchant. Il y a un peu de sang, avec une jambe arrachée, signature du maître.
Rated 24 Sep 2012
50
44th
Seemingly concocted in order for the filmmaker to be able to include a collection of his favourite things for his own pleasure and profit, this suffers as usual from this director's rather juvenile preoccupation with "cool", but does lead up to a stunt sequence that is genuinely amazing and exciting.
Rated 29 Apr 2008
65
31st
First part: Tarantina masturbating while looking at a picture of himself. Second part: fun but not nearly as much fun as Planet Terror.
Rated 05 Sep 2008
62
31st
I found the first half of the film to be almost unbearably dull, with nothing happening other than awkward and utterly pointless dialogue that I suppose is meant to pass for casual conversation. While this may be true to the spirit of old-fashioned grindhouse cinema, that doesn't change the fact that it's capable of inducing coma. This is almost completely made up for, however, by a pretty spectacular stunt sequence at the climax. The viewer's challenge is to stay awake long enough to see it.
Rated 23 Dec 2007
88
87th
I don't understand anybody who likes Planet Terror more than this. Planet Terror is an enjoyable homage. Death Proof is a thorny, intense, unexpectedly melancholy and ultimately badass piece of cinema. Oh, and its references to B-movies are less exasperatingly wink-wink-nudge-nudge.
Rated 14 Nov 2007
5
57th
It has a sensational final chase, but Tarantino pushes his "unique" dialogue way too far, to the point where you want to scream at the women to shut the fuck up and do something interesting.
Rated 03 Jan 2010
99
99th
Great layout, have to watch multiple times to catch (almost?) everything.
Rated 10 Oct 2007
3
45th
Need to rewatch. I remember thinking much of the exposition was bogus, but having a lot of fun watching Kurt Russell.
Rated 14 Jun 2009
50
23rd
It's talky and boring, and lacks the wit or humor of Pulp Fiction or the style and pacing of Kill Bill. If I didn't know this was conceived by Tarantino, I'd think it was a poor attempt to emulate him.
Rated 03 Nov 2009
88
94th
Massive thrill-ride from Tarantino. While it may lack the complexity of Tarantino's other work, it more than makes up for it with action and a snappy script. The casting is perfect and despite being a film that has a brash and loud exterior there are some lovely subtle touches here too. Massive fun!
Rated 14 Feb 2008
90
90th
Great movie, don't know why Tarantino got so much crap over this film. It's fantastic and perfectly mimics the style he was going for, anyone who didn't like this film obviously doesn't understand the exploitation movies.
Rated 26 May 2008
4
83rd
Awesome female revenge movie! Some of the dialog in the first part is pretty brutal, but once you get past that the movie picks up a lot of speed. That car chase was fucking intense! One of my recent favorites. I can't believe some people actually preferred Planet Terror. I guess this needed more gun-leg and minibikes or something.
Rated 10 Nov 2009
78
56th
One of the under-rated movies directed by Tarantino. This movie had the potential to become a really good movie but the witless dialogues in between spoil the party.
Rated 01 Jun 2012
78
64th
I liked this quite a lot, from the unconventional story structure to the incredible final scene. Very Tarantino-ish.
Rated 05 Jan 2019
55
24th
Maybe the most self-indulgent work from Tarantino yet, and that's including Kill Bill. Can't deny that final car chase is pretty fire though.
Rated 30 Sep 2010
80
85th
"Death Proof" is the most entertaining piece of trash I have ever seen. Only Tarantino could turn this simplistic exploitation chick-flick into a completely absorbing, hilarious, dark and thrilling tale, containing the best car chase ever filmed and typically witty and unpredictable dialogues. "Death Proof" is a treat, a treat not to be dismissed, and one of the most wholly entertaining films of the last decade.
Rated 15 Jun 2014
55
6th
Yes, yes, Tarantino deconstructs & subverts usual grindhouse fare by swapping the killer/victims roles, but does the rest of this have 2 be so terminally boring? The man proves he's bought in2 his own hype here as an editor's sorely needed 2 hack through all his unfunny, unnecessary & repetitive Tarantino-ESQUE dialogue. Worse is how little his dialogue here actually develops character; all it does is promote the pandering, PC idea that women speak exactly as lewdly& crudely as men. No thanks.
Rated 14 Jan 2017
75
88th
3. ZOE. FUCKING. BELL. Jeepster and creepy Tarantino. This is so damn fun. Laugh out loud hilarious. Favourite Tarantino.
Rated 11 Dec 2013
70
58th
A fun, silly, well-made film.
Rated 23 Oct 2013
93
94th
Another awesome Tarantino movie.
Rated 08 Jun 2009
81
93rd
Love it, absolutely love it. And what a soundtrack, from that song one of the girls do that lapdance to, to Davy, Dee, Dozy, Mick and Tich right before the climax in part one. Chuckled really hard when Kurt Russel's character goes through that transformation as well. Hunter becomes the hunted...
Rated 10 Jan 2010
53
53rd
Tarantino made this to get laid.
Rated 16 Mar 2021
70
57th
formal mimicking gets tired after a while but tarantino manages to add something of his own to this homage of a movie: a brilliant flow of dialogue. it's an incredibly fun movie.
Rated 08 Oct 2007
75
44th
It's not good enough to be a good movie on its own and not quite over the top enough to be a great parody. There are still some great moments, but it's probably something that works better for someone with a previous affinity for grindhouse cinema, which is not me.
Rated 15 Oct 2008
95
86th
brilliant
Rated 03 Aug 2009
85
85th
I prefer Planet Terror over this, but it is still quite the thrill. Every scene with Kurt Russel is ace. The dialogue, although witty and snappy at times, was drawn out a bit to far. The car chase towards the end makes up for it ten-fold, though. Plus, there's a '71 Nova AND a '69 Charger AND a '70 Challenger, all in the same movie. That has to account for something.
Rated 20 Nov 2011
95
66th
I liked it. I'm a Kirk Russell fan anyway and I was just happy he wasn't the good guy for once. Good ol' fashioned boot stomping sealed the deal.
Rated 21 Jan 2013
68
28th
I understand there's a certain camp aesthetic that recalls the exploitation films of the 70s, but is it too much to ask for a little narrative with my camp as well? This entire film couldv'e been condensed into a 40-minute film, and it wouldn't have lost anything.
Rated 21 Feb 2015
75
53rd
"I'm afraid you're gonna have to start getting scared immediately."
Rated 18 Feb 2012
65
63rd
You should watch the Unrated Edition.
Rated 19 Jan 2013
35
8th
Infuriatingly annoying characters, the complete change of main characters to a set of equally annoying new main characters, awful dialogue which wouldn't be so boring if not for the fact that Tarantino makes us listen to it for 80 minutes, inconsistency (where'd my grindhouse style go Tarantino?) and a huge amount of bloatedness make this a terrible film. The final car chase is awesome, the film is decidedly not.
Rated 19 May 2009
70
51st
Forget everything else. This is a 100% fun ride.
Rated 18 Dec 2009
75
77th
Having seen the Planet Terror shit earlier, I was very doubtful about this one but thank god this one had nothing to do with it. I was neither entartained nor bored until the end but the final car chase was worth waiting for.
Rated 16 Dec 2007
95
91st
Heart.
Rated 15 May 2009
45
29th
The dialogue is fuckin stupid, and the characters are fuckin annoying, but Tarantino makes it so fuckin cool. Fuckin.
Rated 28 Nov 2010
16
9th
Goddamn, I seriously don't get how anyone can like this boring and shitty movie. The pacing was terrible, the characters annoying and obnoxious, lame and pretentious dialog{Tarantino's self references} and the entire basis of the plot is said annoying characters doing nothing but spout said annoying and lame dialog. The only good qualities this movie has is Kurt Russel's manliness and his car. But not even that saves this god awful piece of shit movie. What's the appeal of this movie? Seriously?
Rated 27 Feb 2018
78
92nd
Pure Tarantino 70s style entertainment. It's kinda-sorta two films in one. My preference was the more violent second half, but it's all good. Fuckin A! QT, keep em comin'.
Rated 16 Mar 2008
15
4th
Easily Tarantino's worst film. While the notion of 'more talk than action' might be true to the source material he's so desparately trying to recreate, it doesn't make for an interesting movie in the least. It basically boils down to talk talk talk talk talk car crash talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk car chase car crash.
Rated 14 May 2021
86
61st
This is undeniably Tarantino but also proves he's more versatile than I thought
Rated 17 Apr 2009
8
79th
Best car chase ever. Hits its mark and is the stronger of the two Grindhouse flicks.
Rated 19 Sep 2008
9
96th
The better half of the Grindhouse double bill (PT is fun, but little else), it's arguably the most underrated film in Tarantino's canon. First half: girls are exploited as eye candy and ultimately become roadkill. Second half: the antithesis, wherein the girls--seemingly descendants of Russ Meyer's go-go dancers--fight back without losing an ounce of femininity and unmask their assailer as the macho-posturing fraud he is. Should have shushed anyone who still thinks of Tarantino as a misogynist.
Rated 06 Dec 2007
38
12th
Not unwatchable, but pretty close. As opposed to the Grindhouse twin Planet Terror, which, although also a hat tip to the heyday of drive-in theaters, was not obnoxiously stupid. Tarentino can do much better than this.
Rated 11 Sep 2007
72
55th
After a couple of months, you look back and think "It wasn't that bad"..
Rated 11 Feb 2015
75
63rd
Okay, honestly, I really like Death Proof. I find the understated comedy hilarious (for example, the fact that the first set of characters is introduced so thoroughly for so long and then just slashed abruptly out of the movie for another set of characters). The climactic car chase is also great fun, of course, but the rest of the movie tends to get underrated by people who just want over-the-top Grindhouse-y action, which honestly isn't why I watch Tarantino to begin with.
Rated 10 Dec 2012
35
1st
Overly long, boring, and self indulgent
Rated 18 Jul 2009
65
29th
Utterly pointless first half. The second part was mostly fun...so that adds up to about one-third of a real Tarantino film. Features 2 uncommonly beautiful women (Poitier and Winstead). Unfortunately for QT, his stuff slides rather easily into self-parody (retro refs, goofy old tunes and huge chunks of dialogue) when he isn't firing on all cylinders. And why didn't the chick with the gun shoot Russell 5 seconds after he started chasing them? (Neh, Kurt Russell got beat up by a bunch of girls!)
Rated 21 Jun 2008
60
9th
Tarantino's least-accessible film is overly long-winded, tiring, and while the climax of the film is an incredible crescendo of action, it leaves you wondering what happened to the rest of the story.
Rated 09 Dec 2009
45
36th
The weaker outing of the two films that comprised the excellent idea that was Grindhouse. Tarantino misfires, too lost in his pointless dialogues that ruined the 90s, and the movie never really gets that exploitation-feel, that Planet Terror hit so well. Still, the scene when stunt-man Mike claims his first victims is probably the best I've ever seen from Tarantino, excluding that time when he hit that paparazzo dude in the face.
Rated 07 Mar 2013
51
17th
It feels mostly mailed in. The dialogue isn't even close to Tarantino's other movies. The characters are really forgettable. But the final chase (more than a quarter of the run time) is really awesome. Certainly the weakest in the Tarantino oeuvre, but it's got enough cheap thrills to get you through the day
Rated 27 Feb 2010
82
76th
Russell is superb as Stuntman mike, certainly one of the best roles he's had in years. The extended car chase is absolutely incredible and I am thoroughly impressed with Zoe Bell. Personally I slightly prefer Planet Terror because it's a bit more cheesy but this is a very mild personal preference so your mileage may very. Certainly enjoyable if you like Quentin Tarantino.
Rated 18 Jan 2009
65
63rd
The way the two chasing 70s muscle cars are shown shaking up the modern SUV-type cars on the road suggested to me Tarantino's intention to defy and derail expectations. Some awesome thrilling chase scenes, Kurt Russell is perfect, the broads are hot.
Rated 26 Sep 2019
3
22nd
The pacing is kinda weird. The climax begins 39:12 into a 1:53.45 film and lasts about 2 minutes.
Rated 31 Jan 2008
65
50th
A really weird film(not in a good way) and occasionally too sick for me,but in the whole a pretty good movie. Tarantinos strength is really the dialogues. Also I njoyed the car-chase.
Rated 25 Jun 2013
71
53rd
Entertaining enough but not that interesting for the most part, the first part dragged on, I liked the second half a lot better though, the car-chase and the finale were well done and entertaining.
Rated 21 Oct 2011
82
66th
The sexiest women I have ever seen (Butterfly and Jungle Julia). I loved the fact that there was a lot of talk in this film. The car chase at the end was awesome, but the dialogue was even better.
Rated 31 Oct 2007
45
31st
The last part, especially the very last minute is hilarious, I couldn't stop bursting into tears.
Rated 06 Jun 2011
70
44th
A more accurate representation of grindhouse cinema than Planet Terror, but that means it also suffers more of the issues common to grindhouse films. Things like meandering dialog and odd pacing. It gets points for at least being accurate.
Rated 07 Apr 2012
51
2nd
Pretty bland stuff. The usual blabbering in a Tarantino movie, but this time I didn't find any of it interesting. Has no real point unlike Kill Bill or Inglourious Basterds, and has no real interesting scenes like Pulp Fiction.
Rated 08 Sep 2008
83
79th
Strong, badass women, in this age, are surprisingly hard to come by and I'm SO glad we have a film that turned the tables on both the evil dude and the audience, flipping them both off and having a blast doing it.
Rated 23 Apr 2015
68
48th
I enjoyed a bunch of things on a 'cinematic' level (oh god that sounds so douchey): subverting expectations about the time period in which it takes place, more than once. Going from slasher to a 'Faster Pussycat' flick, and the feeling we're watching two different stitched-together movies (which would explain the cast switcheroo). Sure, there's a lot of babbling and I felt some parts were miscast, but Russell was fantastic and the driving stunts were cool.
Rated 09 Jun 2011
59
17th
A group of people talk about wind and weather for half an hour then Kurt Russel shows up and kills some of them. This happens twice and it does not a good movie make. I usually like QT's dialogue-driven films but this is a slasher film with 90% dialogue and almost a 100% of it has nothing to do with the plot. The first act was ok but once I realized the second act was filled with possibly even more meaningless dialogue I started getting really bored. The car chase was ok, but the final sucks too
Rated 18 Feb 2011
50
7th
Obnoxious offering from Tarantino plays like a bad home movie. The director's masturbatory predilection for film quotes and foot fetishism are on blatant display, but without an engaging scenario to back it up, it all seems self-indulgent. Russell is very good, but he doesn't have enough to do.
Rated 26 Jan 2010
20
2nd
Drawn-out. Female dialog in particular was awful.
Rated 25 Mar 2010
72
65th
Was quite a fun movie. It didn't seem it was 1 hour and 45 mins long. The dialogue wasn't too great sometimes though, but the car scene was awesome. But what the hell happened to the ending? Those last girls were annoying, but they were quite badass
Rated 29 Mar 2008
4
35th
Most unsatisfying ending ever. Somehow this film is getting labeled as having the best car chase ever. I'd still rather watch Blues Brothers any day over this.
Rated 06 May 2008
48
8th
Too drawn out and talky for my taste. I felt bored going through almost the whole thing.
Rated 26 Nov 2012
63
78th
I found this very difficult to rank.First half was a very faithful homage to 70's B movies,ok but not all that.Second half dialogue was an utter chore but my,oh my,what a couple of chase scenes. Superb! And loved the ending,stomp on that head baby!
Rated 01 Jun 2008
50
38th
First half is greatness at it's most great. Second half is meh. As with Kill Bill, I find myself caring much, much more for the main guy "villain" and being generally pissed at the girls. He only roughed up their car a bit, jeez. The first half up until the front collision scene (incidentally THE BEST THING EVER), is excellent. I actually recommend just watching this, then switching it off. There are some great scenes throughout though, so if you can bear female nonsense go for it.
Rated 01 Apr 2008
82
78th
This version is far superior to the double-feature Grindhouse version, which misses a lot of scenes that are quite frankly vital to understanding the aesthetic of this film.
Rated 27 Dec 2018
85
55th
Refreshing old-style murder/chase movie.
Rated 18 Jan 2009
30
3rd
What a boring piece of shit. I cant describe how dissapointed I am with tarintino. Kurt Russell saves a few scenes with some unexpectedly great acting.
Rated 02 Dec 2013
50
49th
This is another example of Tarantino producing a movie purely for shock value with very little substance. You have to laugh at the cheesy special effect layered over the movie to make it seem more retro. I liked the crazy stupid over the top ending, but the build up was at times a bit tedious. The plot is hollow as there doesn't seem to be any motive to the characters actions. A few good car chase scenes, and a blooper with cars whizzing by during a high speed chase.
Rated 28 Sep 2008
80
62nd
Campy fun. Not nearly as 'impressive' as most of Tarantino's other works, but the chase scenes are both intense and incredibly filmed. I didn't mind the dialogue (seems to be a main gripe) and enjoyed the classic exploitation devices. The film is exactly what I anticipated based on the trailer; Russell is great as a villain and most of the ladies put on their best seduction show. Admittedly, dialogue scenes do cut some of the tension of the car chases, but those willing will find a happy medium.
Rated 15 Mar 2008
50
56th
A revolving table shot with four women talking about nothing for thirty minutes. THIRTY MINUTES. No matter how good the car chase was or how good any other parts of the movie where, I will always remember the film for that indulgant, abusive, wasted chunk of time devoted to inane breakfast dialogue.
Rated 03 Jul 2011
54
18th
This movie would be a much better without those boring scenes where people are only talking bullshit. I give the 54 points for the cool action scenes but the rest is just plain waste of time.
Rated 19 Aug 2015
80
77th
Vroom vroom.
Rated 15 Mar 2009
9
1st
A complete waste of a movie. Except for a few great scenes with Russell, it didn't do anything well. 80% of this "slasher" movie was girls driving in cars talking about boys. Tarantino does whatever he wants for no reason and just hopes that fanboys will eat it up. Just awful.
Rated 09 May 2008
55
24th
Good marks for the fantastic chase sequence at the end. A nice reward for managing to sit through the rest.
Rated 27 Apr 2008
80
76th
Cosy. Quite delicious trash. There's really not that much to say. Kurt Russel is a pleasure to watch.
Rated 16 May 2012
45
15th
Outside of the action sequences, which were great fun and very well handled, I found this tedious and annoying. The dialogue, and the there was a lot of it, all sounded as though it was straight from Tarantino's mouth; having a lot of chat between the key scenes shouldn't be a problem, but this felt very one-note. With a bit of restructuring, this could have been a winner, but on a first viewing it left me cold.
Rated 03 Jan 2018
55
22nd
The low point in Tarantino's film making career comes with a great performance from Kurt Russel and some incredibly well shot driving scenes. As well as cinematography shot by Tarantino himself and his signature dialogue is still present. Albeit assisting in a story hardly worth the richness.
Rated 12 Aug 2008
74
61st
Its not bad but it just doesn't decide what it wants to be, action or talky. Also, the central idea just feels silly. Also, more Mary Elizabeth Winstead plz. Kudos though for staging a car chase with cars that could realistically keep up with each other.
Rated 18 Sep 2012
75
53rd
Kurt Russell is fantastic, but this has to stand as Tarantino's worst. The two groups of females don't really have any likable characters amongst them, and the first half of the movie is a bore anyway you look at it. That crazy intense closing car chase makes up for at least some of it, however.
Rated 13 Apr 2009
68
49th
Sacrifices entertainment for style and seems to delight in fighting against its premise. It's a faux B-movie about a killer in a car, so cut down on the chatter and make with the vroom. This was supposed to be fun. I was promised more fun! (Great finish, though)
Rated 07 Feb 2008
74
47th
It has it moments that make you want to like it, but a dull lull which is all dialogue (and not as good as you'd expect from Tarantino).

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