View Poll Results: Tarantino's best film ?

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  • The Hateful 8

    4 2.47%
  • Django Unchained

    13 8.02%
  • Inglorous Basterds

    14 8.64%
  • Deathproof

    1 0.62%
  • Grindhouse

    1 0.62%
  • Kill Bill 1 and 2

    7 4.32%
  • Jackie Brown

    7 4.32%
  • Pulp Fiction

    100 61.73%
  • Reservoir Dogs

    15 9.26%
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    He's only made two good films, one okay film and bits of IB are quite good.
    To be fair you'd be better off trying to find the orignal films that he cuts and pastes scenes from for his own films.
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      he is doing the next but one star trek, looking forward to that! The next one apparently reverses the last 3 and resets to the original timeline
      Interesting. I understood that his movie was a standalone project, set in the Star Trek universe but not part of the current series of films. Although this is still rumour and no one is confirming anything just yet.

      Something more certain is his next project, 'Once upon a time in Hollywood'. set in 1969 it has the Manson Family murders as a backdrop. Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Tim Roth, Kurt Russell, Miichael Madsen and Burt Reynolds are all to star in it.
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      He's only made two good films, one okay film and bits of IB are quite good.
      To be fair you'd be better off trying to find the orignal films that he cuts and pastes scenes from for his own films.
      Cuts and pastes is a bit unfair. Of course he steals bits and pieces from films he loves, and freely admits to doing so. It's not as if other artists haven't borrowed from their predecessors. Where would hip hop be without the samples of old records? Led Zeppelin stole loads but did they not add value?

      By the way, are the two good films Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs? And the OK Jackie Brown?
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      Four rooms was also good. It was four short stories by four different directors set in a hotel with Tim Roth as the bellboy.
      Robert Rodriguez was one of the other directors, his story starred Antonio Banderas whom he worked with for the desperado trilogy which also had Tarantino in and involved with the screenplay, i think.

      I can’t remember the other two directors of four rooms, but it’s worth a watch for Tarantino fans.
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      Tarantino’s soundtracks are also always tip-top.
      I think resivoir dogs and pulp fiction only had source music, meaning the soundtrack was a part of the film, by radio or whatever, rather than just thoughtlessly stuck over the top like most other films.
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      Pulp Fiction.

      Yes there is violence but the film is about the everyday working lives of LA Gangsters and violence is their Modus Operandi.

      My favourite part is Winston Wolf solving the Dead Nigger Storage problem. Disgusting and Hilarious in equal parts.

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      As an impressionable teenager I went to see Resevoir Dogs one Saturday afternoon at the Odeon. I had never seen anything like it before and it completely blew me away. It turned me onto cinema and is why I usually quote it as my favourite film if asked.

      Pulp Fiction is a better film though.
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      Django, pulp fiction. Kill bill(s) then reservoir for me.

      He also did that vampire one with George Clooney and Juliet Moore which I also enjoy but isn't in the poll..

      Never seen grindhouse or deathproof so can't comment.

      I was really pissed when I watched inglorious ******** and can only remember the baseball bat scene.

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      I love Dusk til Dawn.. That is my favourite. I watched it not knowing anything about it, the sudden twist from one genre of film to another was masterful.
      Pulp fiction, Inglorious Basterds and reservoir dogs are all up there too for me..
      He is in my eyes one of the best directors of all time!
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      Quentin Tarantino's best film ?

      Just seen Django Unchained. What a brilliant film

      The bloke is top top drawer

      For me in the top 5 best directors of all time no doubt

      Which is his best ?
      You need to add Dusk til Dawn! The swap in genres partway through the film was genius!
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      Pulp Fiction.

      Inglorious in last place. Some great parts in it, but the Jew hunter wasn't stupid enough to put himself in the position he did. And Hitler dying - WTF?
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