Quentin Tarantino: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

Published on June 25, 2021

Quentin Tarantino joins Bill discuss the novelization of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” and his decision to quit filmmaking at the top of his game.

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  • Brian Michael Finn 5 months ago

    Tarantino: “I want to retire on top. Directors get worse the longer they make movies.”

    Maybe you’re right, hence, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood……. seriously, that movie has no story and is painful to watch because there is no meaning behind any of the characters. Yet he still thinks he’s on top with that film? ……….no.

  • Up Level 5 months ago

    QT is getting old and wants to retire, he’s had enough. He isn’t like these scamming politicians that you want to see leave The stage. He has done it, nothing else to prove. He is smart enough to know and he said it, history says he won’t get any better.

  • 24hr Diner 5 months ago

    You are one of my favorite directors and you do not have my permission to quit! I will keep going to see your films.

  • M J M 5 months ago

    ❤ QT 🎥

  • Gaz TinTin 5 months ago

    Final film pitch….remake Pulp Fiction but set in Japan & in Japanese /w English subtitles….OH YEAH 😜😜🤞🏾🤞🏾🤞🏾🤞🏾🤞🏾

  • transformer889 5 months ago

    he is going to stop because Harvey Weinstein stopped financing his blood and gore movies

  • ConstantineAtByron 5 months ago

    Let your guests speak. Try to not interrupt when they take a breath.

  • Ninja 5 months ago

    If Scorsese can still do it then Tarantino better stay

  • SZRLM 5 months ago

    Tarantino can stop whenever he damn well pleases. If the inspiration isn’t there or if he needs a break, let him. Sure, there’s examples of other directors that continue to do great work in their old age. George Miller comes to mind with being 70 when Fury Road came out. But then you see many others that stick around for ego or money and completely fall apart. I don’t think that fear of being one of those directors that falls apart is a good reason to stop, but I’d never pressure him to continue just because we currently like his work. Art is complicated.

  • Tony T 5 months ago

    Watched him on Kimmel last night — true genius.
    (Any of my fellow old farts seeing a young Hubert Humphrey?)

  • GrubHub Guy 5 months ago

    His movies are amazing, but god he’s so damn weird hahahah

  • David Edgar 5 months ago

    Sad sad sad? Mr D T
    Trump wanna be
    Where’s your balls , Mr oh so better than thou??? Where is Israel on such kkk issues???

  • Rayzersword 5 months ago

    Wow, an actual intelligent person on this show. Been a while since Bill had one of those (except for Neil Degrasse Tyson). Mostly he’s been getting on idiots so he can talk foolish about science without being corrected. Then when he had Tyson on he mostly talked about cancel culture or some shit lol.

  • skycat04 5 months ago

    Hmmm… he sounds like he can be talked out of this retirement thing…👀

  • ShivaShaktification 5 months ago

    I agree with Bill, huge fan here, BTW. You are Quentin fucking Tarantino. Stop comparing yourself to other directors and slow down, just relax and enjoy life , don’t force ANYTHING, and when you get an obsessive idea which you just can’t resist making, then and only then, make it, no retirement!!

  • H K 5 months ago

    He’s right to stop at the 10th.

  • jrglenn2 5 months ago

    Just let the dude retire, he’s worked his a$% off his whole life. My favorite director but he deserves it at this point

  • 24james 5 months ago

    Instead of spending his $ on Grecian Formula, Quentin should opt for a gym membership. The guy is a soft pile mush😫👎🏽

  • koayogi 5 months ago

    Thank god Bill didn’t let him do his talking points and rattled him instead. REAL shit.

  • ElRadioDJ913 5 months ago

    Kill Bill 3?


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