Top 10 Greatest Quentin Tarantino Movies

The Top Ten
1 Pulp Fiction

Favorite movie and always will be! The dialogue is phenomenal and the performances are out of this world in terms of awesomeness, especially that of Samuel L. Jackson!

PURE cinematic gold, excellent direction from the king himself, and obviously a great screenplay. Cannot wait for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood because it is apparently like Pulp Fiction. The performances delivered in this picture are spectacular. Love every precious scene in this blockbuster. Tarantino is my favorite director to date.

Harley Jackson Darby 31/5/18

2 Django Unchained

One of my favorite movies of all time. The characters are interesting, the story is great, the acting is brilliant (beautiful performances by Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio).

THIS MOVIE IS A 10/10. It is a must-see. If there is any movie I advise you to see, it is this one.

It's a close call between this and Inglourious Basterds for me, but this film has a slightly more engaging story. Plus, I'm not spending two-thirds of the film reading subtitles, which also goes in its favor.

I didn't think Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction could be topped, but Django Unchained does just that! Christoph Waltz brilliantly portrays a bounty hunter with a heart of gold. Great action, great dialogue, Tarantino at his best!

3 Inglourious Basterds

Although I love Kill Bill, Django Unchained, Reservoir Dogs, and Pulp Fiction is one of my favorite movies, this is by far my favorite Tarantino film. With the signature amazing Tarantino dialogue, developed and very interesting characters, the violent death of Hitler, an amazing story, great acting from Christoph Waltz (an unforgettable performance), Brad Pitt (this and Moneyball were what made me like Brad Pitt), Michael Fassbender, and Daniel Bruhl (who was snubbed for a Golden Globe but is nominated this year for Rush). An amazingly eclectic soundtrack just makes this movie so entertaining, interesting, and watchable. Also, great cinematography and one of my favorite film endings.

Although it features Tarantino's signature cool style, this is his deepest and most emotional film. Also, his most well-researched.

This is my second favorite film of all time.

4 Reservoir Dogs

It was between this, Django Unchained, and Inglourious Basterds, but I had to choose Reservoir Dogs. This is the beginning of Tarantino. It has an amazing storyline, many surprises, and great acting. This is a great movie.

The movie that established Quentin Tarantino's distinctive filmmaking style and writing.

While Pulp Fiction is slightly better, this is still one of my all-time favorite movies.

5 Kill Bill - Volume One

One of my favorite movies besides The Godfather and Cast Away! From start to finish, I loved it! The opening scene with the "Feature Presentation" thing and the quote - I just loved it! Then the dialogue and plot were amazing too. But what I really loved was the bloody action! That crazy fight scene and the blood everywhere were amazing! I also loved the music and the anime sequence.

If you have seen my other reviews, you know how much I love good cinematography! The camera angles, the color, the scenery in this movie were just amazing! The yellow color everywhere like the car The Bride drives, her yellow suit, and the road. The yellow was strong in this! The blacks and the reds were just wonderful! The beautiful trees and the crazy cool camera shots made this movie especially good!

Watch this movie? Definitely! Along with The Godfather and Cast Away!

6 Kill Bill - Volume Two
7 The Hateful Eight

The whole feeling in the movie was something very special for me, since The Hateful Eight was the first Quentin Tarantino movie I saw. The characters and the plot were genius, and although I saw Pulp Fiction shortly afterward, The Hateful Eight remained my number one favorite Tarantino film. Genius, sheer genius!

I'll admit it took me a couple of viewings to decide how I felt about this film. That's the beauty of Quentin Tarantino's movies. They tend to grow on you and get better every time you watch them. This is another Tarantino masterpiece.

8 Jackie Brown

While it's not my favorite film of his, I'm voting for this one anyway because it's so underrated.

9 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Even though I think Pulp Fiction is his best, I think this should be much higher.

Not his best (Kill Bill is my favorite), but it deserves a much higher spot!

Just saw it in theaters. While I think Pulp Fiction remains at the top for me, this movie was amazing and should be higher.

10 Death Proof

Death Proof really is Quentin's most underrated film. Sure, it doesn't have as strong a story as Pulp Fiction or Kill Bill, but that's because Death Proof is an awesome adventure about a killer stuntman. If you haven't checked out this film already, you NEED to watch it!

The Contenders
11 From Dusk Till Dawn
12 Sin City
13 True Romance

Despite not being directed by Tarantino, True Romance was written by him and is a must-watch for all movie lovers, especially Tarantino fans. True Romance contains so many Hollywood heavyweights, including Christopher Walken, Dennis Hopper, Brad Pitt, Christian Slater, Samuel L. Jackson, Val Kilmer, and James Gandolfini. It contains the classic Tarantino violence while still managing to be a romantic film like no other movie has done before. Also contains one of the greatest Mexican standoffs of all time.

14 Natural Born Killers
15 Four Rooms
16 Grindhouse
17 Planet Terror
18 Full Tilt Boogie
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