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Quentin Tarantino RAGES On An Interviewer For LOADED Violent Movie Question!

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Two wrongs don't make a right.

Quentin Tarantino has constantly been talking in the news lately — but not for his legacy or his brilliant film Django Unchained — but rather for questions about whether violence in movies somehow leads to violence in real life.

And apparently he had enough of it, because in this interview he refuses to answer a question and, when pressed, proceeds to literally just tear this interviewer to pieces!

We're pretty sure even Quentin felt bad by the end of it.

The ranting and raving starts around the 4:35 mark if you want to skip the build up and just see Quentin yell ridiculous things, but if you want to get the whole experience then we recommend you start from the beginning.

Ch-ch-check it out by clicking PLAY directly (above) !!!

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9 comments to “Quentin Tarantino RAGES On An Interviewer For LOADED Violent Movie Question!”

  1. 1

    I thought they were both great, they both are smart and passionate and funny. The one thing I am shocked about is this fact that Quinten says we addressed somehow the genocide of the Indians lololololz maybe it was a joke or a misspeak.

  2. 2

    Enough already on trying to blame violence with the contents of fiction! Next will be questioning authors who dare to write vividly about a violent topic! Maybe the people could start blaming sex assault, slavery, rape, etc on Fifty shades of gray or anemia in vampires, or depresion in drama films, etc etc etc
    Good for Tarantino for putting his foot down and not playing that game. His things is making movies, not politics! The journalist was good though, he was very posed and professional and moved on brilliantly

  3. 3

    That interviewer was a complete dick. If Tarantino didn't want to answer the question… move on. I would have got up and left if I was him. He kept slamming it down his throat.

  4. blacksonia says – reply to this


    Quentin is awesome! First that was hardly a rage. He wasn't even angry. I was disappointed because I was lured into watching the video for a mild pissing contest between two male egos. And Quentin's right, it's been answered. Moreover, the question itself is ridiculous. The real answer to societal violence is addressing the issue of mental illness: more time, money, programs, identification and especially help for the families of those who are mentally ill. I have watched all of Quentin Tarantino's movies and never once have I finished watching a movie and then wanted to punch, hit, kick, shoot, gut or otherwise do violence to another person no matter how cool I thought Uma Thurman was. People were hearing voices and committing massive unthinkable acts of violence to others decades/centuries/thousands of years before video games, television and cinema. It is mental illness and the high death rate per incident is due to the ease of attaining bullets for weapons.

  5. sldfka says – reply to this


    he did not handle that professionally or brilliantly. when Quinton said no the first time is when he should have moved on this was just ridiculous.

  6. Kayte says – reply to this


    The interview was provoking quentin, he was trying to portray his work in a negative light, and quentin show through that.

  7. teeter totter says – reply to this


    His movies are violent, no doubt about it, have only seen one of his fllicks.
    He has come a long way from being a clerk in a video store but still not a fan, sorry.

  8. teeter totter says – reply to this


    His movies are violent, no doubt about it, have only seen one of his flicks.
    He has come a long way from being a clerk in a video store but still not a fan, sorry.

  9. DrPsarcasm says – reply to this


    It reminded me when Dirty Harry "interviewed" the serial killer in the football stadium. Same narcissism, same contorted features: