Which 10 Cinemassociations Get Us from Hooker to Quentin Tarantino?

It seems like there ought to be some sort of snide joke to offer here connecting “hooker” to Quentin Tarantino. Cheap snark is never our (primary) goal, though. Are the connections Irv makes scandalous? Sexy? Silly? Or surprising? Let’s see the path he takes:

Need a refresher course on “the rules”? Watch the first installment.

Now, go ahead pick up where Irv left off!

 

 

  • Masterofoneinchpunch

    Quentin Tarantino

    Django Unchained (directed by QT)
    Django (an influence to the above film)
    Franco Nero (stars in Django)
    Enter the Ninja (Franco again)
    Sho Kosugi (in Enter the Ninja)
    Revenge of the Ninja (Sho Kosugi in his only good guy role I think)
    Revenge of the Pink Panther (because sooner or later Sellers has to be involved)
    Trail of the Pink Panther (released after Sellers death; piecemeal film)

    Game of Death (released after Bruce Lee’s death; piecemeal film)
    Bruce Lee (want to make it an easy handoff, I dare George to continue …)

    • GeorgeDAllen

      MOIIP, I’m glad to take up that challenge right before starting my weekend!

      Taking up the list from Bruce Lee….

      Jason Scott Lee (played Bruce in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story)
      Hawaii (where Lee was raised)
      Max von Sydow (starred as missionary in 1966 film “Hawaii”)
      Hannah and Her Sisters (in which von Sydow jokes about Jesus throwing up)
      Dianne Wiest (wound up with Woody in that film)
      Little Man Tate (Wiest plays psychologist)
      Warwick Davis (another little man)
      Ricky Gervais (co-creator with Davis of “Life’s Too Short”)
      Liam Neeson (just YouTube-Google “Life’s Too Short Liam Neeson” and get ready to laugh)
      Gangs of New York (can anyone else name a better movie where Neeson dies in the first 10 minutes?)