Because the “Royale with Cheese” monologue isn’t as tasty the 10th time around, cut the fatty dialogue and check out the Texas premiere of For The Record: Tarantino, featuring reenactments of famous QT scenes and the tunes that made them that way, performed by an LA troupe known for song-and-dance tributes to directors like the Coen Bros and John Hughes — who even the simplest minds will never forget. The 27 selections include songs for:
People Who Swear They’re Only Having One Drink Then Leaving
Neil Diamond, “Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon”
This Pulp scene marks the first and last time anyone OD’d to The Diamond.
The Hard of Earing
Stealers Wheel, “Stuck in the Middle With You”
Trying not to dance to this is torture.
The Handful Of People That Liked Jackie Brown
Bobby Womack, “Across 110th St”
You didn’t even have to get past the opening credits to hear this track.
Those Who’ve Memorized “Stopping By The Woods On A Snowy Evening”
The Coasters, “Down in Mexico”
In case you missed Death Proof, Vanessa Ferlito’s ass has a starring role!
Those Not Too Attached To Their Family’s Historic Movie Theater
David Bowie, “Cat People (Putting Out Fire)”
If Quentin can go back to the ’40s and kill Hitler, he can go back to the ’80s and steal from Cat People, a movie that minds of all intelligence levels were forced to forget, due to the incest, and the Ed Begley, Jr.