Quentin Tarantino Once Again Swears He Will Retire After Making Two More Movies
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Quentin Tarantino promises his filmmaking days are nearing the finish line.
In 2014, the director said he would retire after making 10 films. Then, earlier this year, he said that if he decided to make another movie when he’s an “old fucking man,” it wouldn’t count toward the definitive Tarantino Ten. (As we well know, Tarantino prefers his own logic.) But now the Oscar winner has pledged not to make anything at all after finishing his 10th project.
“Drop the mic. Boom. Tell everybody, ‘Match that shit,’” Tarantino said Thursday at an Adobe-sponsored creativity conference in San Francisco, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
So, let’s recap what comprises the Tarantino oeuvre. Since it’s only movies he’s directed by himself, we can discount his scripts for “True Romance” and “From Dusk Till Dawn,” as well as the segments he helmed in “Four Rooms,” “Sin City” and “Grindhouse.” His first feature, “My Best Friend’s Birthday,” never received proper distribution. That leaves “
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