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Tarantino Minute

By Too Old Media

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Welcome to Tarantino Minute! The daily podcast in which Mike, Mark, and Nate discuss and analyze each of Quentin Tarantino's films one individual minute at a time! Currently watching Jackie Brown!

Customer Reviews

Full of misremembered misinformation

Six minutes into their first Jackie Brown episode and they’ve already said four totally incorrect “facts”. Not expecting perfection, but a bit of research and fact checking couldn’t hurt.

A new experience

The first minute-by-minute podcast I've gotten in to! I wasn't sure what to expect, but this podcast definitely got me to really think about every little detail in a scene. When you take one minute of a film, break it down, and really analyze it- it can make you take a completely different take on the whole movie! You see characters differently, things that you never noticed are brought to your attention, and you really learn to appreciate the little easter eggs that directors and writers plant for us in a film. New found respect for all entities that helped make the movie. They picked a great director to examine and I am really looking forward to analyzing the rest of Tarantino's films with these dudes!

The Dopest Dope

Not only hilarious but very knowledgeable and respectful of Tarantino's work!

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