True Romance (1993)

Jun 18, 02:06 AM
The Knights unveil a hidden Tarantino treasure in 1993’s “True Romance”!

Marking the beginning of Quentin Tarantino’s reign over the crime-infested, ultra-violent backstreets of Hollywood’s underbelly, “True Romance” is a truly modern take on the classic Bonnie and Clyde love story with a twist that only its writer could conceptualize. Directed by Tony Scott, and full of a cast of up and coming stars that shortly thereafter took their place in the upper-echelons of Hollywood, “True Romance” offers a unique opportunity to see the mind of Quentin Tarantino as it is just beginning to blossom—laying the groundwork for the instant-classics that he is known for. 

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