Quentin Tarantino’s 36-minute film-making debut is now available on-line. We all have 36 spare minutes this morning, right? Perfect.
Is this a sequel to My Best Friend’s Wedding? And if so, WHY?
Or maybe this? (Oh God Why?!?!)
I called out sick today…so i’ll watch it tomorrow so I can waste work minutes, not home minutes.
I can’t believe they were able to k.d. lang for this.
“Ehhhhhhh… No thanks.” – all the movies he’s made since
Is ‘Quentin Tarantino: Actor’ in this? Hmm, I’ll pass. You now what? I’ll get back to you. Yeah, that’s better. Let me get back to you on watching this. I got some things to think over. Some rules I have in place regarding my stance on watching Quentin Tarantino: Actor.
I’m just playing. I will watch him in the things he does.
Or I could make 36 Minute Steaks.
Or 12 soft boiled eggs (which I’m cooking consecutively, for some reason)
You can soft boil an egg in 3 minutes? Or are you doing 6 batches of 3 eggs?
If you like your soft boiled eggs runny, then 3 minutes will do the trick. However, an optimal soft boiled egg takes about 4 minutes.
You are a good egg.
I actually just did this experiment the other night, and found that for the ideal texture, 6:20 will get you a solid white and a soft yellow with a runny center. These are for medium eggs, taken out of the fridge half an hour before boiling.
Also important. Make sure you plunge in ice water immediately after taking out of the boiling water. This will keep them from continuing to cook after removal.
Or 5.14 sets of 7-minute abs.
Unfortunately I don’t have 36 minutes at work where I won’t be noticed. However, based on my past experience with Tarantino, I expect:
-A great monologue featuring some minute pop culture detail
-The soundtrack to be ‘hip’
-No less than 3 shots of a woman’s bare feet.
::Cut to Rex Ryan nodding gleefully::
Relevant sports joke gum!
Haven’t you figured it out yet? We don’t get your Tony Romo references!
I was really surprised when he did cocaine.
no matter what tone i read this in, it’s hilarious.
Taratino has always been one the best at stealing and repackaging it as his own, no biggie we all do it. My only concern of late is I have notice he has begun to steal from himself.
Nope, not doing this. Not unless the torture scene of this movie is Quentin Tarantino, himself, getting tortured for real. Well, even then, no, no interested.
Am I the only one who watched this and actually (mildly) enjoyed it?
Maybe “enjoy” is too strong of a word, but I didn’t hate it!
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