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Forums - Movies Discussion - Quentin Tarantino's best film?

 

I think the best is...

Reservoir Dogs 4 9.76%
 
Pulp Fiction 13 31.71%
 
Jackie Brown 4 9.76%
 
Kill Bill Vol.1 6 14.63%
 
Kill Bill Vol.2 0 0%
 
Death Proof 0 0%
 
Inglorious Basterds 9 21.95%
 
Django Unchained 2 4.88%
 
The Hateful Eight 1 2.44%
 
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 2 4.88%
 
Total:41

I’ve seen them all and Reservoir Dogs is without a doubt the best for me. It showcases in full display the creative dialogue and film execution that Tarantino would use for every film he’d do afterwards and honestly the great values and high quality of these elements when used in such a self-contained low budget film always gets to me, its always exceptional to pull this off.


Pulp Fiction and Inglorious Basterds would be my second pick, both fantastic films. Maybe Once Upon a Time would be next, I haven´t given much thought to it, but the rest of them follow after these. I don’t really think he has done a geniunly bad film to be honest, even Death Proof which is the one I’d consider his worst is still decent all in all.



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1) Pulp Fiction

2) Inglourious Basterds

3) Django Unchained

4) Reservoir Dogs

5) Kill Bill Vol. 1

6) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

7) Deathproof

8) Kill Bill Vol. 2

9) The Hateful Eight

10) Jackie Brown

All great though.



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COKTOE said:

Almost impossible to pick a favorite, but I'm going with Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. Maybe, just maybe, because it's the one I've watched most recently....I really liked the pacing. I genuinely love all of them. Would like to know why they used real footage of Sharon Tate when Margot Robbie was watching the movie in the theater. Not that I was against it. It was a bizarre choice, but one I'm glad they made. I'm gonna be bit of a pig here.....Sharon Tate was gorgeous.

Still haven't seen Death Proof, which is insane.

Watch it, it's good!

Once upon a time needs to age a bit more to rank it properly (for me). The extras on the blu-ray are just as amazing as the movie. The making of has so much history and so awesome to see how willingly the shop owners etc were to help make the movie a reality.

Quentin Tarantino is the master of tension. His are the only movies that make me nervous while watching. Master of pacing as well indeed, always letting the scene play out.



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My other favorites are Django, Reservoir, and Pulp.



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Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill Vol. 1 are my favourites, and two of my favourite movies of all-time, but I'd have to give Pulp Fiction the edge, I adored it when I first saw it.



 

mZuzek said:
This isn't a very curl-6 thread, I was surprised.

How so?



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curl-6 said:
mZuzek said:
This isn't a very curl-6 thread, I was surprised.

How so?

I don't know, just, don't remember seeing you make a non-gaming one.



Hard to pick between Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs both are terrific films. Kill Bill Vol 1 would be third for me.



mZuzek said:
curl-6 said:

How so?

I don't know, just, don't remember seeing you make a non-gaming one.

I have made a few, like the Positive News thread in General Discussion, but yeah my threads are like 98% gaming cos that's the main thing I come to VGChartz for haha.



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