An outstanding example of cult screenwriting and movie making. It doesn't appeal to everyone (hence why it's a cult classic) and a lot of people I've spoken to about it claim the ending is crap. So I ask them "well where would you have taken it?" and they reply "er, don't know" nuff said!
Big fan of this movie. I think Tarantino just went for it with this one. I was pleasantly surprised with his performance too, it was quite convincing actually, he made my blood chill on a couple of occasions. Clooney really did transform himself with a cool and intense turn here though i do think Kietel may have been a little miscast.
Ok, the part before they get to the bar is really interesting. Then it all goes to shit. The whole vampire thing was from left field. Tarantino and Rodriguez shit on us all the time. Tarantino is a hack. Spit on him.
I'm sorry I'm new to this site, but I thought this was a scriptwriting community. I thought I could get away FROM comments like this. Talking about scripts, discussing the issues and successes and how they may be helped is a community. Helping each other battle with an artistic medium, massaging beats and conflict points by discussing the professionals. Maybe I'm wrong but bashing screenwriters, actors and directors doesn't seem to fit this style of website. Opinions are one thing, but "Tarantino is a hack. Spit on him." C'mon guys.