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it really was quite the one-two punch. QT has done some cool meta type things like this with his casting
Casting Leo and Pitt in Once Upon a Time In Hollywood, a movie where Pitt’s character doesn’t get the credit he deserves, then crediting Leo as the lead of the movie when Cliff is the main character.
Has any other actor won twice with the same director/writer?
Others I know of are Dianne Wiest (Woody Allen) and Walter Brennan (William Wyler).
Well, if you insist
Dude could play a shoe and win awards
I love Christolph Waltz.
Who the f*** doesn’t? No seriously if you don’t love him then I’m going to harm you physically!
I think that was referred to by Private Joker in 'Full Metal Jacket,' in a slightly different context I guess, as the duality of man.
The scene where Schultz explains to the Marshall why he shit the sheriff is epic.
shit the sheriff?
Yes. It was messy. That’s what happens when you type too fast and don’t proofread.
He needs to have a part in Tarantino’s last film
And then Tim Roth played Christoph Waltz in The Hateful Eight
perfectly Balanced as all things should be.
I've always thought Phillip Seymour Hoffman (The Master) should have won over Waltz in 2012.
and then sadly he disappeared into obscurity.
Scorsese and DeNiro had a good run together also. Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Cape Fear, GoodFellas, Casino
Agreed. Inglorious Basterds and Django Unchained are two of my favorite movies.
I hope they have more projects together. Must watch.
Now we need a medium racist movie