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Jordan Schwarzenberger on 'The Tarantino Factor'...

Since 1992, Quentin Tarantino has been an everlasting light in cinema. Post the release of his quirky, cleverly written and still brilliant Reservoir Dogs, Tarantino has risen in both power and international prowess to become one of the most recognized directors of our time, and to me, the most overrated.

Tarantino is like the Kanye West of cinema. He can say as he pleases, treat people with an ego assertive nature and have people adore him as a Godlike figure. Much like West, his early work landed him a few modern classics under his belt, and Tarantino showed that he possessed some actual talent and individuality; however again, much like West, his work since his early days has severely declined. Tarantino has now become a lazy artist, producing films where the actual quality is overshadowed by the backbreaking arrogance and carefree persona of the man himself. »

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