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https://finance.yahoo.com/news/quentin-tarantino-vowed-never-mom-231247995.html

It doesn't take much for these guys to turn on a woman, even their own mother who has otherwise given them a great life, and considering the misogynist that he became doesn't take much for them to turn on all women either. Go listen to this little shit publicly berate his mother for a minor comment she said in anger 50 years ago.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/quentin-tarantino-vowed-never-mom-231247995.html It doesn't take much for these guys to turn on a woman, even their own mother who has otherwise given them a great life, and considering the misogynist that he became doesn't take much for them to turn on all women either. Go listen to this little shit publicly berate his mother for a minor comment she said in anger 50 years ago.

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Men hold moronic grudges like this for literally half an entire century, and then call women emotional and whiny.

I love Gail Dines take on him, which is that he watches a lot of porn and she can tell from the way he djrects his moviea

I never thought my mother liked me until 2 months before she died. I had so much trauma and hatred for her. It wasn't until after getting therapy that I could finally let go and heal.

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Kind of sad about the reply that mom doesn’t care about the money and just wants to hang out with her grandkids. It completely misses the mark. I can’t imagine being that rich and not giving anything to your own mom. He’s a total ass. (I though this about him before I read this article.)

It’s a guy thing. My brother is on subreddits in order to confirm his victim status against our horribly evil (🙄) mom. He cannot see her as human and fallible. Our dad was a lot worse and gets a free pass. Surprise, surprise.

I'm honestly shocked Tarantino hasn't had a major #metoo scandal yet. He nearly killed 2 actresses by making them do dangerous shit they didn't need to do (a car stunt for Uma Thurman, and a choking scene for an actress in Inglorious Basterds). And he has a reputation in the industry amongst the nobodies who work behind the scenes.

This is all anecdotal; but I know a young woman in the entertainment industry (not a celebrity, she does behind the scenes stuff). She once had an opportunity to work on one of Tarantino's projects. It would have been great for her career. But she opted not to because both men and women warned her about how creepy Tarantino is and that she was "his type" (she's in her early 20s; but she's small and thin and looks far younger than she is). This is VERY well known if you run in entertainment circles. But, like Weinstein, people cover for him because he can make or break careers

Well, when my kid is famous, then I'm really in for a public castigation then!

I hate Quidnunc Tarantula. All his movies are misogynistic sludgefests.

I used to love his movies and now I just realized how much internalized misogyny I had... They're also not even that good now I look back tbh.

Yeah I remember trying to like his stuff as an aspiring "cinephile" and just feeling viscerally uncomfortable, without consciously knowing why.

Now all I can think of when I think of the Hateful Eight is that he really made a whole movie around wanting to show a woman getting her face beaten in.

Why does anybody here think for a second that that abusive prick is telling the truth?

You mean the guy who abused and injured Uma Thurman on the set of Kill Bill? Fuck that prick.

It was a shitty comment and I can understand how it would stick with him and even why he would continue to bring it up as a 'this is why I started this career' comment. But to still speak about it with such venom and delight in still punishing his mother. Very creepy and weird.

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