In Case You Want to Know What Quentin Tarantino Thought of Prometheus…

That divisive movie of 2012 that insists on permeating cinephile blogs – Prometheus – isn’t prepared to go away just yet.

No doubt you have your thoughts on Ridley Scott’s Alien prequel and no doubt your friends, family, and hell, family pet, have their own opinion on Prometheus, too.  But what did Quentin Tarantino, king cinephile, himself think?

The Django Unchained director hit Craig Ferguson and expressed his opinion.  Perhaps his thoughts will make you feel better about your own…or perhaps can simply stand steadfast by your own opinion and not give a crap about what Tarantino thinks.  Regardless, head inside for more.

“I saw Prometheus.  I loved it and I was disappointed at the same time. On one hand I was a little disappointed about it.  On the other hand, it was actually kind of cool to see such a big deal, serious, science fiction epic by a director like Ridley Scott.  There were parts of it I actually did like and over-all the experience was really cool having been in it.  There was also a lot of dumb stuff in it, though.”

Here’s the video if you’d like to see the conversation.  Prometheus talk begins around 4:48.

Thanks to Germain at /Film for directing us to this one.

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  • robweeve

    “the video does not exist”…..the history rewriters have impinged on our dimension

  • iknitall .

    Prometheus sucked


    who the hell cares what he thinks
    I just had a big crap, what does he think about that?

  • Mick Aldighty

    Yeah Prometheus blew goat balls.

  • Head_Tinkler

    Really don’t care re: what Tarentino thinks….Ridley Scott, however hit it out of the ball park!

  • Sig Ruman

    over-all the experience was really cool – the man is a genius [and that would make Hitchcock, what? - the Futon]

  • Sully

    Prometheus was great. Some people didn’t like it, I understand, but most of those people have a hundred questions about the movie as well, which ultimately negates their opinion. A film being over your head doesn’t mean it’s a bad movie. It just means the movie isn’t for you.