Quentin Tarantino believes that the current era of cinema is among the “worst in the history of Hollywood.”
During the last episode of Video podcast archivesdirector and screenwriter Pulp Fiction Roger Avary discussed the film Star 80 Directed by Bob Fosse in 1983.
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As part of the conversation, Tarantino claimed that movies from the ’50s, ’80s, and today aren’t as good as other time periods.
“Although the ’80s was a period when I probably saw more movies in my life than I ever did — at least in terms of movie releases,” he said. “I think the cinema of the eighties is, along with the fifties, the worst era in the history of Hollywood. Matching only now, matching only the present era!”
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However, Tarantino went on to say that the number of low-rated films released in those specific decades means that the quality of the production really stands out.
“The good thing about being in a bad era of Hollywood cinema is (the movies) that don’t fit in, the ones that stand out from the pack. These releases stand out from the pack, and I literally call them archival classics,” the director continued.
Tarantino released his latest movie, Once upon a time in hollywoodin 2019.
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