December 16, 2011 7 Comments
If you are a big Tarantino fan, you probably have realized that all of his movies (directed, written or both) are a vast interlocking parallel reality.
Ranging from Pulp Fiction all the way to From Dusk Till Dawn, Tarantino offers a variety of exciting movies that in some way interlock with each other.
His style has become very popular in the Entertainment business, and young directors are following it. Everyone knows him for directing out of sequence. He starts his movie off at the end, and then he leaves you hanging off a cliff when the movie ends up where it began( Pulp Fiction and the unknown suitcase). Everything that he does is basically the complete opposite of what other directors do, and this is what makes him so successful.
Even his camera angles are different. For example, my favorite angle that he uses is from inside the trunk of a car. He uses this camera angle in at least three of his movies. If you have seen Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, you probably remember these scenes very distinctively because of their uniqueness.
Now let me focus on the interlocking universe within his movies. Read more of this post