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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Work
Another Terentino addition to my library of favourites !!! If you like Terentino stuff then you'll like this one, for sure!
Published 13 months ago by Gregory McCamis

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1.0 out of 5 stars Not widescreen, less than fullscreen.
I love this movie, but the widescreen version isn't widescreen, it is fullscreen with black bars that erase the top and bottom of the picture. See also my reviews of the Shawshank Redemption DVD as it is also flawed. Compare the two versions of Jackie Brown. It is easy enough to see in the scene where Bridgit Fonda services Robert DeNiro. Her buns disappear in the...
Published on June 12 2000 by Bill Richards


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5.0 out of 5 stars The Best, Jan. 10 1999
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This is the best Quentin Tarantino movie. It is full of great actors and characters. The atmosphere in the movie just adds to it. It's funny and at the same time makes you wonder what's going to happen next.
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5.0 out of 5 stars INCREDIBLE!!!, Dec 21 1998
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This movie will show one the true genius of Quentin T. What makes this movie so great besides a great cast is the dialogue that takes place between its characters. Samuel Jackson is incredibly believable in the part of Ordell, a small-time gun-runner. Robert De Niro plays a complete idiot (Ordell's sidekick). If you don't enjoy this movie, maybe you should go rent Snow White!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Did not meet my expectations, Dec 27 2012
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The storyline was too long drawn and generally did not enjoy this movie too much. The build up was greater than the story.
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2.0 out of 5 stars I didn't like it., June 3 2004
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After seeing the brilliant "Pulp fiction" I went and had a look at the trailer for "Jackie Brwon", it looked good -- but think again. Trailers can sometimes be wrong. It was meant that this would have more action than Pulp fiction, but this didn't have any sort od action what so ever. The cast is quite nice though, Quentin always knows to pick the right people, they played their interesting characters well. The story was quite cool, but it jjust got to complicated. There was lots of dialogue, but it wasn't interesting at all. Un-intersting dialogue=boring. The movie dragged a lot too, it seemed like Quentin was making the film long on purpose. If you're expecting anything like "Pulp fiction" then you won't like this. It's nothing like it. I wouldn't buy this, Pulp fiction fans. Probably just Tarantino fans. However, Chris Tucker did shine some light in the movie, but he isn't in it for long.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Quintin Tarrentino is a Counterfitter of Talent., April 22 2004
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It's sad that Quentin Tarentino can only talk about himself these days. But it makes sense that his head has expanded beyond control with his success. A success written and unversally lauded by film critics who might as well be giving away awards to counterfitters, because that's the substance of the mans talent. Tarentino's films are universally and fundamentally boring for anyone who has ever lived a real life and not just fantasized about having one. His dipictions of violence are eminate from his own personal lack of sexual energy. Sadly, teenage males without girlfriends seem to like these slammed together video games that are being called brilliant, and continue to support the trash factory that generates this type of hyper garbage. It's especially sad when a true film afficienado understands the brilliance of all of the original pictures which he doggedly ripped off and claimed the scenes for his own. If one more person calls this sad, pathetic, lack of a man a genious, I will become even more sick of him. Please get a life and buy a real movie.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Jackie Brown is truely the worst movie in '98, July 1 1999
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I am a great fan of Quentin Tarantino's movies... But, Jackie Brown is truly the worst movie for the fiscal year of '98. Sour acting and bad puns run through out this poor excuse for a Tarantino movie. After seeing Reservoir Dogs and From Dusk to Dawn numerous times and thoroughly enjoying them, this movies make my hemorrhoids keep filling with puss causing great pain.
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