BAFTAs 2020: Quentin Tarantino's 'miserable' expression cracks up fans: 'Did he just smell dog sh*t?'
Quentin Tarantino's reaction after he lost to 'Parasite' left viewers dazed and many wondered: 'What are the odds that Quentin Tarantino actually knows how to smile??!!!'
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts 2020 was held at Royal Albert Hall in London and '1917' won seven awards, including the Best Film trophy. While Quentin Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood' raked in many nominations, it didn't win in any of the top categories, including Best Film, Best Director or Best Original Screenplay.
"Tarantino does not look at all happy or impressed that his film lost out to #ParasiteMovie," one viewer wrote. The filmmaker's bizarre expressions was what fans couldn't stop talking about. “Why does Quentin Tarantino always look like he’s just smelt the dog sh*t that he stepped in on the way into the theatre? #BAFTA,” one tweet read and another said, "The face on Tarantino. He just might as well have said "f**k off" while the camera was on him, and stormed out the building."
Most viewers couldn't stop talking about how funny it was to watch him. "Funny speech there by Rebel Wilson. Now cut to a shot of Quentin Tarantino looking miserable to complete the imagery!" one fan wrote and another posted, "Tarantino having the look of a man who needs his colostomy bag changing!"
"Someone give Tarantino a fucking Starburst or something, the miserable f**ker," one tweet read and another said, "And the #BAFTA for most pissed off cunt goes to Quentin Tarantino." Another tweet read, "What are the odds that Quentin Tarantino actually knows how to smile??!!!"
Calling his face "thunder," many fans pinpointed at his frown. "Hahahaha Quentin Tarantino does a shit “good loser” face," one tweet read and another said, "#BAFTA watching on tv - really disjointed, unfunny, poorly produced show - very uncomfortable viewing - not sure what is going to redeem this dogs dinner - although Tarantino’s frown is pretty entertaining."
For several people Tarantino's expression hardly comes as a surprise as it is how he looks most of the time. "They could really do with filming #BAFTA the night before they show it so they have time to edit it, some of the cutaways have been *very* incriminating Looking at you Tarantino," one tweet read and another said, "Quentin Tarantino’s reaction is my mood."