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Your Top 3 Quentin Tarantino movies?


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FanEu7

He is one of the most iconic directors of the past few decades. Which are your favourite Tarantino movies?

 

For me:

 

1. Pulp Fiction

2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

3. Django Unchained

 

 

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TwistOfLime21

While his earlier work is great, I’m more of a fan of his movies after Kill Bill. 
 

1. Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. 

2. Inglorious Basterds (I even named my dog after Aldo Raine). 

3. The Hateful Eight. 

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TheSantader25

1. Pulp Fiction 

2. The Hateful Eight 

3. Reservoir Dogs 

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Wayne Kerr

Reservoir Dogs

Pulp Fiction

The Hateful Eight

 

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Mister Pink

True Romance

Jackie Brown

Once Upon a Time In Hollywood

 

In no order. I rate them all to be relatively of consistent quality but True Romance is my absolute favourite. 

 

OK, Jackie Brown is a book adaptation but I think it often gets overlooked. 

 

 

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Lonely-Martin

Dunno how you guys can do it, lol. I just can't. As soon as I think about why I love one, I start thinking about the others and why I love those so much.

 

And I include Death Proof of course, love that flick. Plus others like True Romance or Natural Born Killers that he didn't direct, no matter that Quentin himself disliked what NBK became, it's still a classic. And with that, plenty he did with Robert Rodriguez like From Dusk Till Dawn or Sin City, even Desperado with a brief cameo from the man (and surely had a bit of creative input) or Machete from the Grindhouse era of theirs count on my list, lol. Just too many great movies for me. All way up there on my all time favourites.

 

So entertaining and can't wait to see what #10 will be.

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Algonquin Assassin

1) Pulp Fiction

2) The Hateful Eight

3) Kill Bill Vol 1/2

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Mr. Galloway

1. Pulp Fiction

2. Inglorious Basterds

3. Kill Bill 1+2

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GTA-Biker

Pulp Fiction, Inglorious Basterds and Hell Ride (he was an executive producer for the latter,so I guess it counts)

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vcfan1991

Good to see at least one person here mentioning True Romance. That movie is slept on. Can't miss Gary Oldman in that, what a character!

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Mister Pink

If there was a 4th option Pulp Fiction. Think I watched it too many times back in the day. Watched a few clips of it recently and it was brilliant. Will re-watch it soon. I have it in an unopened DVD. Going to keep that unopened and probably just buy a copy I can open. It's only like €2 in those Eurosaver type shops. 

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DownInThePMs

Reservoir Dogs

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Inglorious Basterds

 

Yep foot fetish guy makes good film, and these three films best encapsulates his style imo

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paperbagdude

Pulp Fiction

Kill Bill vol. 1/2

Inglorious Basterds

 

I didn't mention Django Unchained, but god do I love Christoph Waltz and his performance in both that and in Inglorious Basterds 🥰

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Tonesta

Man, it seems like an unpopular opinion from reading the rest of this thread, but I think Inglorious Basterds is by far his best movie. 

The level of tension he manages to create purely thanks to the quality of the screenwriting and the acting (Christoph Waltz is unbelievably sinister and brilliant - but Michael Fassbender is terrific as well) is second to none. The movie has multiple scenes that are amongst my favorites of all time (the opening, the cafe scene, the basement*). There's obviously a ton of violence (it's Tarantino, after all) but it's what leads up to the violence that makes it special

 

After that, it's a lot closer, but I think I'd go:

2) Reservoir Dogs

3) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

 

 

 

*as an aside, the moment where Fassbender puts his three fingers up and gives himself away is apparently perfectly accurate. I saw the movie in a theater with a Swiss woman, and as soon as she saw him do that, she gasped in shock - because she knew a German would never order drinks that way. Just another small detail that made me love the scene, and the movie!

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RenegadeAngel

Pulp Fiction

Jackie Brown

Reservoir Dogs

 

Tarantino was at his absolute prime in the 90's. I think he's been getting more and more self-indulgent and predictible since Kill Bill, but it's just me.

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