🎬 And... ACTION! #6: Quentin Tarantino

Luc Besson scores 2.81

Pos. Director Score 1st 2nd 3rd
1 Lynne Ramsay 3.84 You Were Never Really Here We Need to Talk About Kevin Morvern Callar
2 Christopher Nolan 3.41 Memento The Prestige The Dark Knight
3 Ridley Scott 3.40 Alien Blade Runner Thelma and Louise
4 Luc Besson 2.81 Leon The Fifth Element La Femme Nikita
5 Joel Schumacher 2.22 Falling Down The Lost Boys Phone Booth

Fuck it, let’s have it.

QUENTIN TARANTINO

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  • Reservoir Dogs
  • Pulp Fiction
  • Four Rooms
  • Jackie Brown
  • Kill Bill I
  • Kill Bill II
  • Sin City
  • Grindhouse: Death Proof
  • Inglorious Basterds
  • Django Unchained
  • The Hateful Eight
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

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Oh god, here we go.

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God Tier: Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Inglorious Basterds
Good Tier: Reservoir Dogs, Django Unchained
Fine Tier: Kill Bill I, The Hateful Eight, Death Proof
Shit Tier: Kill Bill II, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

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this is his best work

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Jackie Brown>Reservoir Dogs>Pulp Fiction>Kill Bill 2>Kill Bill 1

Not seen any of the others, apart from Sin City, which doesn’t really count, and was pointless.

why haven’t you seen anything later than the Kill Bills? You’re missing out on some good stuff imho

A bad person who has made some good films and some fucking rubbish films but, at the very least, they are always at least interesting as a window into the psyche of a bad person.

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They just haven’t interested me in the way that his other films did as a teenager/student.

His best film is the opening scene of Inglorious Basterds as a standalone short.

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I have watched and enjoyed some of these films but I don’t think I’d ever go back and watch any of them again.

Some of them are quite bad though

Actually quite liked Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. It didn’t feel much like a Quentin Tarantino film and the ending was stupid but I thought it was alright.

think I like it more now that 1 year has passed than I did at the time

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Quite like most of his films tbh, but it’s a 1 for his appearance in Django Unchained.

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I’m a big fan of the art but increasingly :grimacing: on the person.

That’s the last 10 years of world history for you…

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Agree. He still does tension in cinema like no one else. See also the dinner scene in Django Unchained.

Just so much shit to wade through. Frustrating man.

Wait, he did Sin City?

Ending was abhorrent and undermined what was otherwise quite a nice film IMO

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I watched True Romance recently which I know he didn’t actually direct but he did write early on. All the really bad QT stuff was in there. Don’t think it’s just the last 10 years with him tbh