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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

Still haven't seen: Django Unchained, Hateful 8, (most of) Reservoir Dogs, or Death Proof, but so far my favorite is Kill Bill 2.

Very thrilling, awesome lead, great action scenes and choreographed fights, lots of emotion and intensity - and has a sort of stylized anime thing going for it that I dig. 

Kill Bill 1 is pretty close, as is Inglorious Basterds. 



 

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SvennoJ said:
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.

Soon hopefully. Maybe this thread will help. I've really meant to watch it, and have come close to buying it ( along with Planet Terror ) several times.



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team Pulp Fiction, but it's a hard choice.



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SvennoJ said:
Inglorious Bastards stands out to me for Christoph Waltz's performance. That first long drawn out scene still haunts me, love it.
I have all his movies on blu-ray as well as True Romance, Natural born killers and From dusk till dawn.
They are all great, however Kill Bill is one I never felt like watching again (so far)

Natural Born Killers is Oliver Stone.  Good movie though.   First time I saw it I was tripping on acid. 

Edit- Oh I see he wrote it.  Was just thinking director.



Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs are by far my favorites - two of my favorite movies of all time, actually. I haven't seen Hateful 8 or Once Upon a Time yet but the only other of his films that I really like is the first Kill Bill, which is bittersweet for me since Kill Bill 2 was such a huge disappointment.



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The one with all the blood and the feet fetish.



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vivster said:
The one with all the blood and the feet fetish.

So not Hateful Eight then.



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SvennoJ said:
Inglorious Bastards stands out to me for Christoph Waltz's performance. That first long drawn out scene still haunts me, love it.
I have all his movies on blu-ray as well as True Romance, Natural born killers and From dusk till dawn.
They are all great, however Kill Bill is one I never felt like watching again (so far)

Desperado is my favorite of Rodriguez's films - great movie.

Last edited by archbrix - on 18 July 2020

Pulp Fiction easy.

After that Django Unchained and Inglourious Bastards, Christoph Waltz is amazing in those. Kill Bill is meh, so is Jackie Brown and Death Proof is just plain stupid. I liked The Hateful Eight and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood though, but especially the latter must age a bit before I could place it. Lastly Reservoir Dogs is also fine.



I'm quite partial to Inglorious Basterds myself, but it really is difficult to pick just one favorite from Tarantino.