favourite Tarratino movie

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  1. bennymuso

    bennymuso Italian by name, British by nature

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    Pulp Fiction can't be beat.
     
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    Most under-rated... Jackie Brown.
     
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    As the writer, True Romance
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    From Dusk Till Dawn. :happyhappy:
     
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    I liked Kill Bill vols. 1&2 together as a whole film most.
     
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    Delta Force
     
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    Perfect timing! I'm currently watching a Tarantino movie marathon. I love every one of them, not a stinker in the bunch. Each film has it's share of wonderful great moments of brilliance. If I had to crown one as the greatest, then I'd pick KILL BILL 1&2. It's such a beautifully crafted film. Every frame a work of art.

    The least of the bunch is GRINDHOUSE. Not that I don't love the film itself or concept of what he was trying to do, but he went way overboard with the film scratches and bad splices. It really started to annoy me. As I was watching it I was thinking, why the hell did I buy this on blu-ray? Really, what was the point?
     
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    I like most. D'jango is pretty good. Reservoir Dogs would be next. I can't say I have hated any of them.
     
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    Inglorious Bastards was awesome. Pulp Fiction is number one.
     
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    His best acting role.

     
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    Love every one but I have watched inglorious bastards about 30 times
     
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    Gonna go with Pulp Fiction. Although I love all his films.
     
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    Best movie from top to bottom is Pulp Fiction, but every film he's put out has amazing scenes and parts.

    Looking forward to The Hateful Eight
     
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    I was hoping for more violence in that one. :(
     
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    death proof sucks ass. awful film. I like the part when he just reshoots the entire opening scene of Reservoir Dogs with girly dialogue.

    Inglourious was good when I first saw it, definition of meh every rewatch since.

    & his segment in 'Four Rooms' is underrated.
     
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    /end thread
     
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    anyone else ever watch 'My Best-Friend's Birthday'?

    It was going to be his first film, he shot it while working at the video rental store. Only the first half still exists, I think he used to say it got "accidentally: destroyed but I think he recently admitted he did it on purpose.



    Some cool ideas and dialogue in there. I like the extended monologue his "character" in it does about what an unabashed foot fetishist he is. Also, you get to see his nerdtastic collection of movie posters at the time!
     
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    Reservoir Dogs is just the best. It's all dialog. It has like 3 sets. It should be turned into a play.

    I also watched Death Proof a few weeks back. Good film if you like the grind house.
     
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    I was a customer at Video Archives in Manhattan Beach, CA where he worked. Still have the membership card he filled out. That dude has a big head. I'm gonna go with Kill Bill ... wish they would release the movies edited together.
     
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