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Fuck Me! I can't believe I'm going to die in this place. But, as far as headstones go, a man could do a lot worse. I'm Charlie Wolfe, and as I lie here waiting for death's cold embrace, I find myself asking the question, how the fuck did it come to this? I don't die, I thrive.
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A Tarantino inspired? film that lacks that director's touch to be something special. The plot involves complications that make sense given the characters. There are a couple of plot contrivances that stretch reality but aren't totally off the wall. The acting is fine but without the pizazz that makes Tarantino's characters so interesting. The main faults with KMTT are the lack of imagination in the cinematography and the pace. Careful editing could have taken a few minutes off the film, watching folks drive especially gets a bit old. Most of the scenes could have a bit shorter, for example someone opening a safe doesn't need to be seen several times. We get that safes have combinations and get opened. The comic timing, therefore, falls short and what could have been a very good movie is just above average. I can't quite give it a six, but a 7 seems too high. Call it 6.5.
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