Quentin Tarantino’s legacy is something everybody knows about. He has made many astonishing films which are appreciated by nearly every critic and film enthusiast in the world.
If you are one of them and Quentin Tarantino’s films became a major part of your life then this article is for you.
According to reports, the great Quentin Tarantino is working on his final film. Yes, you read that right. The legendary filmmaker is currently working on a script for a film with the title, “Movie Critic” and will be directing the film as well.
And if the news is true, the film “Movie Critic” will be the end of the Quentin Tarantino saga that he has maintained every now and then.
But why did he retire from his passion for directing movies? Is it something personal? Does he have creative block? Or is it just his age that bothers him? Scroll down further for answers to these questions.
Quentin Tarantino Retires – Truth or Rumor?
Reports have emerged that filmmaker great Quentin Tarantino is retiring from directing the film and his upcoming direction, “Movie Critic” will be his last.
Tarantino has at all times said that he only has a limited number of films and that he will only direct a few masterpieces.
He has long said whether he will direct 10 films and then retire or if he will go the final route after turning 60.
So far, Quentin has directed a total of 9 films (after counting the two Kill Bill films as one) and is about to live up to the way of life 60 years on this planet. Thus, he’s sticking to his statement and will be taking an endless break from filming.
More About Film Critics
According to reports, Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film “Movie Critic” is set in late 1970s Los Angeles. And the main character of this film is someone special.
The female character that will be starring in the film is Pauline Kael. But who is he? Read further to find out more.
Pauline Kael is an incredible critic who is known for her main skills such as writing hard-hitting essays and novels. In the late 1970s, he worked with Paramount. And it seems that the film “Movie Critic” is also set in that time period.