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Can we stop calling them hippies, and refer to them as "communist cultists" instead?
Brad looks best cool as fuck in that Cadillac
Margaret Qualley is excellent at playing a character that is mentally ill.
This is how one deals with hippies.
Best part 0:02
anyone know the song?
Benjamin Wood Don’t Chase Me Around by Robert Corff
What's funny is Brad's character cliff does come from a real guy who was a WWll vet who became an actor/stuntman in the 60's
Margaret Qualley is soooo.......
...good at playing a crazy person.
I don't know the last time I saw a scary bunch like these people...honestly, my heart was beating the entire time.
I love the B-Movie action hero aspect of Cliff's character where sunglasses on is cool, calm, collected Cliff. Then sunglasses off is when he means business
When is this coming out on iTunes? Please!
I bought it two weeks ago. For $25.99
Paul Allen out now
When I saw this scene in the movie theater, somebody in the audience yelled "Hit that Anti-Fa guy again!" and some other people shouted their agreement.
Sam Obispo Wtf.. lmaoo.
So I know they were crazy murdering maniacs, but can someone explain why the girls in this scene were acting so weird? Like one second she’s a cool girl and wants to blow Cliff and a few minutes later she along with all the other girls turn into demented ghostly weirdos.
@Marius cliff is too old to go to jail for poon tang. :D
He rejected her.
It's called being in a cult
"In tyler we trust."
the best scene was the dicaprio best acting scene
I love it
Brad Pitt was the perfect Hollywood tough guy from that era, great performance
Imagine how devastatingly hot it must’ve been there. Shit.
For those wondering how he beat the shit out of him: Brad beat Bruce Lee. Remember?
Hippie girls reaction was the best lol
@Carlos Arias yes she is
Brady Defelice Yeah, to be honest I thought Cliff was gonna say something like “I think we better go to my place instead”. She was insanely attractive.
Goddamn fucking dirty hippies! 🧻🤮🤢🤢🤮🖕
I like this scene a lot better than the ending, because it's better to let the guy live and know he was beaten rather than kill him.
Hippie girls give me a boner
Did anyone get annoyed with the way how those hippies were yelling?
They're hippies, expect nothing more.
Yeah? They're dirty fucking hippies!
Chief Witz ? Well, that’s the point
Chief Witz I think that is the idea
Yeah, i was
"Go get Rex!"
I'll I can say is Margaret has a nice ass.
Eric Cartman was right o.o
@Cristian Lara he means about Cartmans hate of hippies.
FearFukerz where ?
Would have made it better(the scene is perfection im just talking) would be if we only got a foot shot and we see the hippie guy fall to the ground after it implied cliff punched him.
I think the fight only becomes serious once the feet leave the floor in slow motion. Before that it was just a cool setup for a punch, but the punch itself needed to happen.
preston fuller I like that idea
Cliff- Fix it 😠😡
I'm pretty confused with the scene at 0.28 ("You're the blind one!!111"). Somehow this short shot is funny, eerie and poetic and i just cant get rid of feeling it being some reference. Any ideas guys?
@Mike K I had major David Lynch vibes throughout the movie, not in the uncanny way but the way things are paced. Which is odd because he famously trashed David after fire walk with me
In the New Testament Jesus frequently made a comparison between those who were physically blind and those that were spiritually blind. The “Blind leading the blind” . The Bible also frequently used the analogy of being blind to being spiritually lost. This did not mean that the blind themselves were spiritually lost, but that they were unable to see, as someone who is spiritually lost is unable to see the Truth. She is simply saying that Cliff does not understand what she believes to be the Truth. Murder & mayhem equals justice & righteous injustice for . . . oh, who gives a shit what these lazy, pathetic, sycophants believe as truth !
Mike K ‘blind’ meaning metaphorically blind. It’s not an uncommon hippy insult. That said, yeah, it could also be foreshadowing something in the movie, if you saw it... I don’t want to ruin it
You haven't seen the film hahaha
Uh... No reference. It's just dialgoue natural to the scene. Have you not seen the film" it's George Spard, who was a real guy that owned the ranch, that's blind and Cliff justt tricked her to make sure they weren't taking advantage of him. That was the whole reason he acted interested in her. She was just pissed and called him blind because she thought he turned out to just be a normie.And the woke thing doesn't fly considering helter skelter and all. The Family was white supremacist group
Imagine if the movie ended by Cliff saying to Rick "I know where these fuckers live."Then they got into the car with the flamethrower and whatever they could lay their hands on and drove to Spahn Ranch to deliver Hell.
That's what the son bitch gets for flating cliff booth bosses car
A great man once said “You don’t fuck with another man’s automobile”
Music name please ?
Don't chase me around
Don't Chase Me Around by Robert Corff
This is a fucking awesome film the best tarintino movie
Django and Kill Bill movies are still my favourites but each one their own opinions
benny &jets FromChicago or it could be in his own opinion it’s the best Tarantino movie people have different opinions you know
alex summers why are you watching a clip if it sucked?
This is my favorite movie!!!
I don't know rankings of tarantino films but number 1 is Pulp Fiction it's a UNIVERSAL FACT 🔫
That's a big trunk
It’s Michael Madsen’s car, the one from Reservoir Dogs which the cop is held in ;)
"Nope, tire first."
Fuck the hippies
The real Manson gang would have had Brad in a shallow hillside grave within 30 minutes. (The punk with the bad teeth, btw, is supposed to be murderer Steve/Clem "Scramblehead" Grogan.)
@Carlos Arias i can only imagine if bruce was there. gouged out eyes from one person. snap the neck of another. Then bash in someones head for the 3rd baddie. it would've been poetic.
@srbaruchi Well Cliff being an ex Green Beret I doubt he'll blindly go there in the first place.
@DwightSmith You're pretty flippant about the actual murders. Cliff is a fictitious Tarantino hero character. Like Django and the Bride. A war veteran, Jay Sebrig, was killed that night. I don't know what you're implying saying that those killed were only capital-V "Victims", but it sounds pretty fuckin' goofy. Life isn't a movie. When someone w a gun wants to kill an unarmed person, it doesn't matter who they are, that's not "the movie for us"
Ha tool? Brad is not Brad, he's fucking Cliff Booth war veteran probably special forces. Those hippie fucks are only tough on women and helpless men on a gun point.
DwightSmith I just wish Bruce Lee was at Sharon’s house that night, since they were good friends. I’ve read Lee wished that too. Just a couple of feet close to Tex Watson to get rid of his gun and him and the other two girls would be creamed.
Dude when I first saw this whole scene I thought something terrible was gonna happen to cliff... like a hippie torture scene ... but he just straight kicked the shit out of everyone in this movie
@Alex Weiner lol
Reading up on what really happened at the Spahn Ranch I found out that the hippy who gets his ass kicked in this scene was a real person Clem Grogan. He was convicted of helping to torture and kill a real ranch hand and stuntman Bruce Davis. So if as in the comments here someone mentioned that Cliff was going to be tortured and killed , you weren't that far off. But this being a Tarantino film , the reverse happened just like at the end of the film.
@Brett Stanton you do understand that he made the script and after that casted? He wouldn't change a word because of an actor, if he wasn't a game to do what the script says then that's it. Also yeah he wanted Leo and Brad from the get go but it isn't so easy in Hollywood because everyone has their schedule and those two parts had to be cast to look somewhat same because the other one is the stuntman for the other and as I said Tarantino couldn't rely he would just get these two on board for a various reasons while writing.
@Brett Stanton He got Christoph Waltz and Leonardo Dicaprio Killed in the same movie, so shut up man, expect everything coming from Quentin.
i like this movie loool
The shot of cliff footwork when he punches the fuckin hippie is pretty neat. Makes you wonder why they show the feet instead of entire shot. I like to think it shows cliffs footwork when he throws that punch. Showing and telling the audience that he knows how to punch and handle himself let alone the rest of the scene showing that. Just a thought. Intresting choice of camera position for a fight scene though.
No the ending was the best lol
Rick f**king Dalton is the best scene of the movie.
..na kid,, the bruce lee scenes were the best
I love the idea of Booth tripping on acid, trying to open a dog food can, and getting attacked by the Manson clan and wondering if it's real...hilarious.
@Jarrett Mazza This is one of my favorite scenes, it's really hard to say I just loved the whole movie! So much I went back again the following week, Hollywood just doesn't make enough movies like this anymore! The humor in this movie was just great!
@Larry Johnson That was an inspiration for the character. Any scenes of reference you would recommend.
“One step close and I’ll knock his teeth out!”
MrHoppers002 his character is the same age as his real age
@Captain John Soap Mactavish ww2 he would definitely be too old for stunts
MrHoppers002 he fought in WW2 army or marines
@anywaythewindblows 89 in this movie they say cliff is a war veteran. since this scene takes place in 1969 I don't know if cliff coudl've fought in vietnam but he looks to be too old to fight in vietnam. But I don't know if he's old enough to have fought in korea. But then again cliff would be kind of old to be a stuntman...? I mean if cliff did fight in korea and this scene takes place in 1969 he would be pushing 40.
Super Saitama you’re so sweet