Every Pop Culture Reference From Tarantino's Movies; Director Calls PROMETHEUS "Dumb"
The most pertinent ones are Bill's Clark Kent analogy from Kill Bill Volume 2 and the Fantastic Four stuff from Reservoir Dogs, but there are plenty more too, some I hadn't actually noticed before. Have a watch and see if any slipped you by first time around..
The iconic director may have no interest in helming a CBM, but that hasn't stopped him peppering his movies with comic book references! The following vid documents every reference to popular culture from Reservoir Dogs to Inglorious Basterds..
Apparently there are some great ones in Django Unchained too, but you'll have to head to theaters to check them out. And as a bonus, here's video from the director's appearance on the Craig Ferguson show in which he calls out one of the more fan-bashed elements of Ridley Scott's Prometheus as being "dumb"..
"On one hand I was a little disappointed by it. On the other hand it was actually kind of cool to see a big deal, serious science-fiction epic by a director like Ridley Scott. Overall the experience was pretty cool having been in it. But there was also a lot of dumb stuff in it. When it got to the point where they're on another planet and then a space cobra literally shows up, opens up its hood and the guy who's in charge of alien creatures goes, 'Hey, little fella! How ya doin'?' I was like, 'Uhhhhh... It's a space cobra!'"
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