Tarantino & Friends Movie Marathon

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Tarantino & Friends Movie Marathon
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Quentin Tarantino's latest film, The Hateful Eight, hits theaters on Christmas Day and the Music Box Theater is celebrating by screening a marathon of the director’s films from Friday, December 4 to Thursday, December 10.

In addition to Tarantino’s own movies, the theater will also screen films that inspired his signature cinematographic style and storytelling technique. Viewers will be able to take in Clint Eastwood’s spaghetti Westerns, kung fu hallmark Five Fingers of Death, John Travolta's underrated performance in Blow Out and Stanley Kubrick's 1956 crime classic The Killing.

All the movies will be shown in 35mm, Tarantino's preferred medium (yes, he still uses actual film). Find a full schedule below.

At 7:30pm on Tuesday, December 8, a discussion will be held with Tom Roston, author of I Lost It at the Video Store, a book about filmmakers learning their craft while working in video rental stores. In the book, he interviews Tarantino as well as David O. Russell, Kevin Smith, Darren Aronofsky and others about their formative experiences during that bygone age.

Friday, December 4th
2:30pm: A Fistful of Dollars
5:00pm: The Killing
7:00pm: Pulp Fiction
9:45pm: Five Fingers of Death

Saturday, December 5th
4:00pm: Five Fingers of Death
9:45pm: Blow Out

Sunday, December 6th
4:00pm: A Fistful of Dollars
6:00pm: For A Few Dollars More
8:45pm: Pulp Fiction

Monday, December 7th
4:30pm: For A Few Dollars More
9:45pm: Blow Out

Tuesday, December 8th
6:00pm: The Killing
8:30pm: Reservoir Dogs

Wednesday, December 9th
6:00pm: Coffy
8:00pm: Jackie Brown

Thursday, December 10th
6:00pm: Reservoir Dogs
8:00pm: Inglourious Basterds

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