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The Hateful Eight is a movie starring Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, and Jennifer Jason Leigh. In the dead of a Wyoming winter, a bounty hunter and his prisoner find shelter in a cabin currently inhabited by a collection of...

Western, Crime, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Quentin Tarantino
Samuel L. Jackson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Walton Goggins, Kurt Russell

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Genres Western, Crime, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Director Quentin Tarantino
Writer Quentin Tarantino
Stars Samuel L. Jackson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Walton Goggins, Kurt Russell
Country USA
Also Known As Hasht nefrat angiz, ヘイトフル・エイト, Los 8 más odiados, Shmonat ha'snou'im, Os Oito Odiados, Iyrenc Sekkizlik, Podlih osem, Mrska osmorka, Los odiosos ocho, Les huit salopards, Pretīgais 8nieks, Podlih osam, Οι μισητοί οκτώ, Osm hrozných, 八惡人, Les 8 Salopards, Gresmingasis aštuonetas, Osem hrozných, Les huit enragés, Vihane kaheksa, Nienawistna ósemka, Cei 8 odiosi, The H8ful Eight, Aljas nyolcas, The Hateful 8
Runtime 2 h 48 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In the dead of a Wyoming winter, a bounty hunter and his prisoner find shelter in a cabin currently inhabited by a collection of nefarious characters.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020 23:36

I did not expect much from this movie, but I was pleasantly surprised. Quentin Tarantino's film is a well-thought-out and unique take on the western genre that is still fun and engaging even in its stretched second act. The screenplay is tight and the acting is more than adequate, but I feel that the film could have been better. The best parts of the film have to be the beginning and the end. The first act is a dark and gritty view on the westerns that has me thinking of the pulpy but moving "Tombstone" but it takes a turn to the dark, with a twist that I think Tarantino and his writers executed well. The ending, however, is one of the better endings of any movie I've seen in awhile and it is very surprising. The ending is a bit out of character for Tarantino, but this does not matter as the film works as a great action movie and as a tribute to the western genre. The acting is great. Both Samuel L. Jackson and Mike Colter are fantastic and I felt their scenes were the strongest points of the film. Kurt Russell is just as good as in "Pulp Fiction", although I felt he was a bit too much of an annoying character in "Pulp" to be as good as in this film. I think Russell was perfect for this role and had a great turn in the film. Kurt and Jessica's scenes together were also great. Their chemistry was great. The film is pretty violent at times, but it doesn't take away from the film's storyline. The film has great cinematography. There are many great scenes in the film, including the opening scene, but the best scenes in the film were in the middle section and the last 15 minutes. The film is a dark, dark film, and is more than just a blood-spattered western. I think this is a movie that will be enjoyed by Tarantino fans and others. I think everyone will like this film. It's a great action movie and I think Tarantino has created a great movie. The film is worth a watch and will not disappoint anyone.
Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 13:22

The Hateful Eight has a lot going for it, from a fast-paced story to gorgeous cinematography to a beautiful score to well-thought out acting. I was on the edge of my seat throughout this film, and while I have heard a lot about it, I have only seen a handful of reviews and the critics are mostly negative, so I'm unsure if I'll be too impressed. The first half of this movie is simply amazing. The opening scene of Django and Bob meeting at the train station is one of the best scenes I've ever seen in a film, and while I've seen a few times of Tarantino's films, I've never seen anything like it. The movie begins with a lengthy narrative of Django in the woods, and the first half of this film is almost unbearable to watch because of how slow it is. The narration of the character of Django is, for me, the best part of the movie. The acting is amazing and Tarantino really manages to incorporate the various styles of the actors into their scenes. The most important thing about this film is that it is very different from all of Tarantino's previous films, and he manages to maintain the mood of his previous films while moving into a new direction. This film is like a combination of Silence of the Lambs and Django Unchained, and it is very ambitious and shows that Tarantino is capable of making great movies. The slow pace of this film makes it difficult to keep track of everything that's happening, but in the end, the film is still a fantastic piece of work and I would recommend this film to anyone who likes a fun movie.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 11:51

It's easy to say Tarantino is a cult director. But I would argue that he's also a genius. His films aren't just a series of violent movies. He's also a master of the "chase" genre. Tarantino's films are often thrilling and strange but not necessarily better than the movies he's made before. Tarantino's movies are fun. It's hard to explain why they're so great. The Hateful Eight isn't anything to be proud of. It's a well-made movie that doesn't hold much promise. The movie's main problem is that it's one of the most predictable and dull movies I've seen in a while. There's a scene in the film that's a microcosm of what's wrong with Tarantino's style. It's just a few minutes long but it's so cliched and repetitive that I almost laughed at how tired and boring it was. Tarantino, though, is no one to be taken seriously. If you ask him how he makes movies, he'll give you a strange answer: he puts himself in the middle of a movie and he watches it for a couple hours. He tells stories with the characters and he tells them to others. That's all. That's what he does. He's not a critic. He doesn't think too hard about his movies. His movies are just a series of violent movies with a purpose. It's not a good thing to take him seriously. In fact, it's a great thing to take him seriously. He's that good. And that's what makes his films so fun to watch. If you want to enjoy a good film, you should take Tarantino seriously. If you want to watch a movie that's not predictable, go see the latest Tarantino film. 8/10

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