Grindhouse: The Best Reviewed Wide Release Film of 2007!

April 6, 2007
Source: SlashFilm


I'm amazed this wasn't 300, I thought everyone enjoyed every last bit of that movie, but I guessed wrong. The current best reviewed wide release (not counting independent limited releases) movie of 2007, and the one you should be seeing right now, is the Robert Rodriguez / Quentin Tarantino collaboration Grindhouse! It has 85 reviews in and an 86% on Rotten Tomatoes, meaning it's tied with David Fincher's Zodiac.

We've just about covered every last tiny bit of hype for this film, and there's nothing left to do but go see it today! So stop reading this and get out to the movie theaters and experience Grindhouse!

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I wasn't huge on 300.

Zach on Apr 6, 2007


Great film!

Mateja on Apr 7, 2007


I will not be seeing this movie, no, not in any format. My heavily nuanced argument, that regular Joe 6-pack critics won't get: the protagonist has a *GUN* for a LEG! A Gun leg. An actual Colt M4 literally substituting for a leg. I'm proud to be an American on this weekend.

Pop Culture Crank on Apr 8, 2007


Hello everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!!: I just watched Grindhouse.There are a three hommages in these two movies (The night of the living dead, vanishing point and Pussycat girls, kill, kill)!!. I liked it because it remembered me vanishing point . Vanishing point is a very good movie, and specially Vanishing point liked me, because the screenplay was written by a very good Cuban novelist (Guillermo Cabrera Infante under the name James G. Cain). I liked it also because it has some hommages to some of type B Mexican movies. I noticed one poster that had the wrong name of one movie. "Las tres Elenas". The name of the movie was "Las dos Elenas", based in one shor-story writen by the Mexican novelist Carlos Fuentes. I liked it part of Grindhouse, but it is a extremely looooooooooooooooooooooong movie and, of course, the movie ruined completely my appetite. I could not have my dinner that night. I noticed also some couples left the cinema before the movie ended, because there were some very gory and disgusting scenes. I think, the movie survived and it will have some success because it has the signature Tarantino/Rodriguez, but not specially for its quality. If the film Planet Terror would be made by another director, probably the movie would not be distributed in commercial Cinemas. The movie it is a good experiment, but the time will forget this movie. Jaime Perales

Jaime Perales on Apr 8, 2007

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