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Walton Goggins and his popular movies

The Hateful Eight

The Hateful Eight is the last work of Quentin Tarantino. It was released on December 25, 2015. A wide release started on 30 December, 2015. It should be noted that the movie has many distinguishing features.

It is the first Quentin Tarantino film that features an original score. The soundtrack of the movie won a Golden Globe for the Best Original Score and nominated for Oscar. It was composed by probably the most famous film composer of the twentieth century, Ennio Morricone. Walton Goggins wasnt able to perform a soundtrack to Quentins movie, but he had another talent in the childhood. When he was 10 years old, he and his mother Janet Goggins became cloggers champion with the name of Mountain Dancing. They also had an honor to open a B. Kings concert in Atlanta. By the way, W. Goggings likes listening to of American singer and guitarist Michael Hurley, rock and country band Drive by Truckers, Joe Henry. It isnt a widely know fact, but you know about it now. The film is about the following:

Years after the Civil War, bounty hunter Major Marquis Warren is transporting three dead bounties to Red Rock, Wyoming and hitches a ride on a stagecoach driven by a man named O.B. Inside is bounty hunter John Ruth, known for bringing in outlaws alive to see them hang. Ruth is handcuffed to fugitive Daisy Domergue, whom he is escorting to Red Rock, and is suspicious of anyone who might steal her substantial bounty from him. The two hunters bond over Warren's personal letter from Abraham Lincoln. Former Lost-Causer militiaman Chris Mannix, who claims he is travelling to Red Rock to be the town's new sheriff, persuades Ruth and Warren to let him on the stagecoach. Warren and Ruth form an alliance to protect each other's bounties. Mannix and Warren almost come to blows over their controversial war records. The group is forced to seek refuge from a powerful blizzard at Minnie's Haberdashery, a stagecoach lodge. They are greeted by Bob, a Mexican who says owner Minnie is visiting her mother and left him in charge. The other lodgers are Oswaldo Mobray, the Red Rock hangman; Joe Gage, a quiet cowboy en-route to his mother's; and Sanford Smithers, a former Confederate general. A suspicious Ruth disarms all but Warren. As the group eats, Mannix surmises that Warren's Lincoln letter is a forgery. Warren admits this, saying the letter buys him leeway with whites, outraging Ruth. Warren leaves a gun next to Smithers and provokes him into reaching for it by telling him how he humiliated and killed Smithers' son. Warren then shoots him first in lawful self-defense as revenge for Smithers executing black soldiers at the Battle of Baton Rouge. While everyone is distracted by the confrontation, someone seen only by Domergue poisons the brewing coffee. Ruth and O.B. drink it, vomit blood and collapse. The dying Ruth attacks Domergue, but she kills him with his own gun. Warren disarms Domergue, holds the men at gunpoint and leaves Domergue cuffed to Ruth's corpse. He is joined by Mannix, whom Warren trusts because he nearly drank the poisoned coffee. Warren deduces Bob is an impostor who killed the original lodge owners and executes him. However, Bob had an alibi for the poisoning. When Warren threatens to execute Domergue too, Gage admits he is the poisoner. A man hiding in the cellar shoots Warren in the groin. Mobray draws a concealed gun and shoots Mannix, who returns fire, wounding Mobray and forcing Gage against the wall. Earlier that day, Bob, Mobray, Gage, and a fourth man, Jody, arrive at Minnie's Haberdashery and kill everyone but Smithers. Jody reveals himself as Domergue's brother and strikes a deal with Smithers to spare him, as the presence of an extra lodger makes the set-up more believable. The bandits dispose of the bodies, hide the evidence, and conceal guns around the lodge. Jody hides in the cellar. Mannix and Warren, both seriously wounded, hold Domergue, Gage, and the dying Mobray at gunpoint. They flush Jody out by threatening to kill Domergue, and Warren kills him. Domergue claims more of her brother's men are waiting in Red Rock to kill Mannix and ransack the town; if Mannix kills Warren and allows her to escape, the gang will spare him and let him claim the bounties of the deceased. As Domergue and Mobray taunt Warren, he shoots Domergue in the foot, then Mobray in the leg; Mobray dies from his wounds. Gage draws a hidden revolver but is shot dead by Mannix and Warren. Warren tries to shoot Domergue but is out of bullets. Mannix calls Domergue's bluff and rejects her alliance, but faints from blood loss. Domergue hacks off Ruth's handcuffed arm and frees herself. As she reaches for Mannix's gun, he regains consciousness and wounds her. Warren persuades Mannix to hang her from the rafters in honor of Ruth. Afterward, as the two lie dying, Mannix reads aloud Warren's forged Lincoln letter.

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