Hateful Eight Composer Trashes Tarantino's Movies, Calls Him a Cretin

Hateful Eight Composer Trashes Tarantino's Movies, Calls Him a Cretin
The Hateful Eight composer Ennio Morricone doesn't like Quentin Tarantino. The legendary Italian composer has scored over 500 movies during the course of his long career, including Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars, Roland Joffe's The Mission, and Guiseppe Tornatore's Cinema Paradiso. Morricone, who turned 90-years old over the weekend, also had some opinions to share about America and the Academy Awards, though they weren't as harsh as his Tarantino criticisms.

Quentin Tarantino announced at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con that Ennio Morricone would score The Hateful Eight. It was the first western score that Morricone had done in 34 years. It's believed that the composer wrote the score without even seeing the movie. In a new interview, Morricone called Tarantino's movies "trash," and slammed his creativity. The composer had this to say about Tarantino.

"The man is a cretin. He only steals from others and puts stuff back together again. There's nothing original about that.
See full article at MovieWeb »

Similar News


Recently Viewed