"The Hateful Eight" Composer Accuses Quentin Tarantino Of "Stealing From Others"

Illustrious movie composer Ennio Morricone has come out and accused American filmmaker Quentin Tarantino blatant unoriginality. The two males labored collectively on Quention’s 2015 movie The Hateful Eight, with Morricone producing the movie’s musical rating, one thing he is performed for nearly half-a-century now. In concept, for theft to happen (from a artistic standpoint), credit score should be withheld – and that is precisely what Morricone is accusing Tarantino doing in an unique interview with Playboy.

“The man is a cretin. He solely steals from others and places stuff again collectively once more. There’s nothing unique about that. That doesn’t make him a director,” the 90-year-old composer informed Playboy Magazine. “He is nothing in contrast with the Hollywood greats, equivalent to John Huston, Alfred Hitchcock or Billy Wilder. They had class. Tarantino merely recooks outdated dishes.”

Morricone went on to explain Tarantino as an “completely chaotic” director to work below, and I do specify “below” because the sentiment the 90-year-old composer is attempting to convey. Back in 2013, Ennio complained that Quentin Tarantino positioned music in his movies, ten out sequence. His precise phrases: “(Tarantino) locations music in his movies with out coherence.” But alas, they might collectively two years later, seemingly for the final time.