Quentin Tarantino Movies All List?

Quentin Tarantino Movies All List?

The writer/director Quentin Tarantino’s eighth film is a ’60s-set Hollywood hangout buddy comedy. The hugely important auteur, who famously stated that he went to movies instead of film school, claims that this is one of, if not the final films he will make. Only an R-rated Star Trek adaptation and, maybe, just maybe, the third volume of Kill Bill are reported to be in the works.

To give you the definitive rating, we rewatched and compiled all of Quentin Tarantino’s films. Do you want to know where Once Upon a Time in Hollywood stands in Tarantino’s filmography? You’ve come to the right place!

Here’s how we ranked all nine Tarantino films. There are some spoilers for Tarantino’s earlier flicks, but we’ve kept everything about his most recent film spoiler-free!

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‘The Hateful Eight stars Kurt Russell and Samuel L. Jackson (TWC)quentin-tarantino-movies-9946719

The Hateful Eight (Number 9) (2015)

The limited-engagement 70mm Roadshow showing of The Hateful Eight over the 2015 holidays was clearly transporting and evocative. The Hateful Eight, on the other hand, was overshadowed by Star Wars: The Force Awakens at the box office and was a box-office disappointment, if not a complete flop.

The Hateful Eight is ultimately a nihilistic chamber drama about a handful of uniformly awful people in a 19th-century Wyoming cabin gradually double-crossing and killing each other. Beautifully crafted, impressively acted but emotionally hollow, The Hateful Eight is ultimately a nihilistic chamber drama about a handful of uniformly awful people in a 19th-century Wyoming cabin gradually double-crossing and killing each other. That’s all there is to it.

Earlier this year, Netflix re-edited The Hateful Eight into a four-episode, four-hour miniseries.

The greatest part: Ennio Morricone, the legendary film composer, won his first Academy Award for the evocative, often downright melodic score. He was the oldest recipient of a competitive Oscar at the time.
Dimension Films’ 'Death Proof'

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Death Proof Is Number Eight (2007)

Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez teamed up for a wide-released double bill dubbed Grindhouse, a grungy homage to ’70s B-movies, based on their respective classics Kill Bill and Sin City. Grindhouse underperformed at the box office because most people who buy multiple tickets don’t care about things like film grain and “cigarette burns.”quentin-tarantino-ranked-5130922

Tarantino’s half, featuring Kurt Russell as a stuntman crazy who aims to murder women with his car, is unquestionably superior to Rodriguez’s campy, unsettling Planet Terror, but it’s also overindulgent and monotonous.

The action is fantastic, but it takes an hour and a half to get there because the dialogue is never especially compelling. A subplot involving Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s Lee, an adult film star, is either amusing, frightening, or offensive–or a combination of the three.
The nicest part is that it’s self-evident. Death Proof concludes with one of the tensest and most thrilling cars chases ever shot on film. It’s the kind of thing that could affect your blood pressure and heart rate in a significant way. It’s also amusing.
In ' Django Unchained,' Samuel L. Jackson and Kerry Washington star.

‘Django Unchained’ stars Samuel L. Jackson and Kerry Washington (Sony)

Django Unchained is the seventh installment in the Django Unchained series (2012)

Django Unchained features a fascinating plot (a freed slave sets out to free his imprisoned wife), rich Tarantino dialogue, and a slew of excellent performances. As a result, it’s a letdown when the movie loses momentum at the two-hour mark.
Tarantino’s highest-grossing film is Django Unchained, which grossed over $425 million worldwide. It received five Oscar nominations, winning two: Best Original Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz).
The finest part: Late in the film, there’s a pivotal, tense, and sensitively played sequence in which Kerry Washington and Waltz converse in coded German. It had the feel of a scene from a much better, more emotionally complex film.

The conclusion of 'Reservoir Dogs' is a 'Mexican standoff'.

The finale of ‘Reservoir Dogs’ is a ‘Mexican standoff.’

Reservoir Dogs are a type of dog that lives in a reservoir (1992)

It’s tempting to call Reservoir Dogs the quintessential indie film: it’s a heist film, but due to cost constraints, we only see the aftermath of the robbery. Because of this, the film is actually better. It’s all about the journey, not the reward. The payoff is the process.quentin-tarantino-movies-3505482

Even with its crackling and head-turning filmmaking, this caper fails to transcend its genre-movie conventions to become something more, as Tarantino’s best films have. Reservoir Dogs feels like a highly brilliant young filmmaker warming up for bigger and better things when you watch it in 2019.

The finest part: The climactic Mexican confrontation is a character-driven tension mini-masterpiece.

Sharon Tate is played by Margot Robbie in Quentin Tarantino’s film.

' Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'

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In Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,’ Margot Robbie plays Sharon Tate (Columbia Pictures)

5. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) (2019)

Tarantino eulogizes a bygone age in his surprisingly crowd-pleasing ninth feature, his most personal film to date. Although the 165-minute length may appear excessive, there are numerous pleasures to be found here. Among them is the late Luke Perry, who co-stars with DiCaprio in one of the film’s greatest scenes.

The two lead performances are the best part. As Rick Dalton, a fading TV star plagued with fears, DiCaprio is achingly, screen-commandingly great. Pitt portrays his banana stunt double, who, unfortunately, has a presence that almost no one else can match. Their bromance is nice, and audiences will enjoy it.

The ending is the best part (runner-up). The finale is fantastic. Don’t let anyone tell you what to expect; simply go watch it with a full house and expect a standing ovation. Talk about a win-win situation.

'Kill Bill' stars Uma Thurman.

‘Kill Bill’ stars, Uma Thurman.

4. Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2 (2003) (2004)

Kill Bill is best enjoyed as The Whole Bloody Affair, which was released theatrically in two volumes (which is long overdue on Blu-Ray). The supercut does more than just cut and paste; it makes a few critical alterations (such as removing the cliffhanger from part one) that significantly increase the tension. That makes the breathtakingly choreographed—and occasionally phantasmagorically gory—action all the more important.

Sally Menke, Tarantino’s longtime editor who tragically died in 2010, deserves a lot of credit for this top-notch action film. In her field, she was a modern master.
The greatest part: Uma Thurman’s towering, funny, full-bodied, maternal tour-de-force as the justice-seeking Bride earned an Academy Award nomination. Thurman gives the film a soul; it’s a revenge fantasy that’s (admittedly, superbly produced and persistently enjoyable). Also outstanding is the late David Carradine.

TWC’s Mélanie Laurent in “Inglorious Basterds”

In ‘Inglorious Basterds,’ Mélanie Laurent plays Mélanie Laurent (TWC)

3. The Invincible Basterds (2009)

This World War II thriller is Tarantino at his most assured: a revisionist history that is both high art and more popcorn-munching entertaining than anything else on the big screen.

To jaw-dropping effect, the last seconds recreate history in a symphony of blood, guts, and flames. It’s certainly Tarantino’s most thrilling project to date. Inglorious shares a similar spirit to Django Unchained, but it is a considerably more cerebral, smart, and dramatically weighty film.

The greatest part: Christoph Waltz’s frightening portrayal of Nazi Colonel Hans Landa swept the awards season.

Miramax’s ' Pulp Fiction' stars John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson.

‘Pulp Fiction’ stars John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson (Miramax)

2. Science Fiction & Fantasy (1994)

Pulp Fiction is a very ordinary crime film about a crime leader, his wife, and a gang of hired guns. It’s the way it’s told that makes this one of the most important films of the 1990s, one of the ultimate movie experiences to lose yourself in.

Pulp Fiction is told in an extravagantly nonlinear fashion, but it’s difficult to feel lost when we’re mostly just enthralled by the hilarity and excitement of what’s happening in front of us at any one time. Tarantino’s signature speech is always about immersing us in the realities of the characters, not about propelling the plot ahead. Jackson’s Jules has the most significant arc, and Pulp Fiction is, in a roundabout manner, a film about redemption.

Pulp Fiction won the prized Palme d’Or at Cannes, and Tarantino earned his first Academy Award for screenwriting. A new star has been born.

The finest part: It’s no exaggeration to claim that the script completely revolutionized the game. This script was voted the 16th best in cinema history by the Writers Guild of America.

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In Miramax’s ' Jackie Brown,' Pam Grier and Robert Forster star.

‘Jackie Brown’ stars Pam Grier and Robert Forster (Miramax)onceuponatime-9556764

Jackie Brown is number one (1997)

Jackie Brown is Tarantino’s most mature, soul-satisfying storytelling, despite some critics dismissing it at the time of its debut, and it remains underappreciated to this day. The innovation, comedy, danger, and delicious theatricalities of Pulp Fiction aren’t sacrificed in this adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s Rum Punch, but the characters are maybe richer, and it has much more heart. In reality, Jackie Brown possesses something that every previous Tarantino film has lacked: a wonderful romance.

In the middle of a heist, Robert Forster plays a world-weary bail bondsman who gets hopelessly smitten with a lovely flight attendant (a wonderful performance by Pam Grier).

Jackie Brown pays homage to 1970s Blaxploitation films (of which Grier was a queen), and, like with all of Tarantino’s films, precisely chosen music selections to help to tell the story. A Delfonics theme and booming bookends of Bobby Womack’s “Across 110th Street” help Jackie Brown a lot.

The love story is the best part. It’s all the more astonishing because there aren’t nearly enough love stories set in middle age in Hollywood. Sure, it’s understated–but it’s still a classic.


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