elliot-wolf - December 26, 2018
Quentin Tarantino’s house is one of the last houses anyone should ever want to break into. Because I’d imagine he’d aggressively defend his property the same way he aggressively defends Roman Polanski’s preference for pilled 13-year-old girls at house parties. I mean, anyone openly defending Polanski doesn’t give a damn about much. So dying to safeguard the director’s cut version of the Uma Thurman Kill Bill car crash snuff film kept under his bed is something he lives for. Quentin probably got harder than a high school Mandarin test after finding out Lars von Trier sanctioned Matt Dillon giving Uma’s face a scissor jack high five in The House That Jack Built.
Quentin Tarantino scared off two burglars who broke into his home December 16, law enforcement sources confirmed to TMZ. The incident occurred around midnight at Tarantino’s Los Angeles home on Woodrow Wilson Drive. Two male suspects broke into Tarantino’s home to steal “jewelry and other property,” but the director was home and heard the men.
Tarantino reportedly “confronted” the burglars, who immediately took off with some of the director’s possessions. The two male suspects are believed to have entered Tarantino’s home by breaking a window in the backyard.
If we’re looking at the cup half full here, the thieves that broke into Tarantino’s home were probably exposed to hearing an awesome playlist they probably won't experience again until Once Upon A Time In Hollywood happens in July 2019. Quentin is lucky the burglars weren’t top of the line criminals. My guess is that they recently graduated from porch pirating. And it looks like it’s back to stealing Amazon packages if a they were startled by a 55-year-old Quentin channeling his inner Clint Eastwood from Gran Torino.
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