Quentin Tarantino’s Favorite Film of 2011: Midnight in Paris
It’s official: Quentin Tarantino‘s favorite film of the past year is Woody Allen‘s ‘Midnight in Paris’ (of which Woody recently won the Golden Globe for Best Screenplay) but that shouldn’t be the only reason to check out the film that has everyone buzzing. That fact that Tarantino does herald its merits, however, just goes to show how films can transcend expectations and reach a wider audience. (You can check out his entire Top 11 list at The Quentin Tarantino Archives)
Here at Hark, we try and reach a wider audience through sharing and exploring films, so we have brought together a ‘Midnight in Paris’ Sound Quote Collection page highlighting the witty dialogue and interesting characters introduced throughout this acclaimed film for you to enjoy, explore, and share with others.
If you are unfamiliar with the film, it is a tale of a troubled Hollywood screenwriter’s journey (Owen Wilson) into enlightenment and self-discovery through the magic of Paris at midnight every night, opening cosmic doors to the Paris of the 1920′s and introducing a host of celebrated, historical individuals who resided there at that time.
Is there time travel? Possibly.
Is there romance? Sure.
Is it clearly a Woody Allen film? Absolutely.