Quentin Tarantino believes violence is what makes movies good. Not just his movies: all movies, according to the London Evening Standard:
In general cinema, that’s the biggest attraction. I’m a big fan of action and violence in cinema… That’s why Thomas Edison created the motion picture camera — because violence is so good. It affects audiences in a big way. You know you’re watching a movie.
Or perhaps because Tarantino got a sneak peak at the director’s cut of Bright Star — which restores the awesome gory duel between poets John Keats and Charles Armitage Brown the studio forced Jane Campion to cut — and really does simply believe the film is stronger and more effective with that shot of Keats’ intestines spilling out onto Hampstead Heath.
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