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#1 Posted by Legion_ (1718 posts) -


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#2 Posted by project343 (2895 posts) -

Django for me, closely followed by Kill Bill Vol. 1. Django feels like his most 'complete' film that doesn't jeopardize his own distinct style.

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#3 Posted by Legion_ (1718 posts) -

I cast my vote for Pulp Fiction, with Reservoir Dogs as the first runner up. In both those movies, everything from the writing, acting, filming etc. is just fantastic. The reason I chose Pulp over Dogs is that I like the story and the characters a tiny bit more. Tough choice as hell. Inglorious Basterds comes as a solid third.

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#4 Posted by shivermetimbers (1334 posts) -

Pulp Fiction.

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#5 Posted by jay_ray (1489 posts) -

I choose Pulp Fiction, I know it is the common choice but I do think that is his best, if you made the 2 Kill Bill films into 1 then that would get my vote.

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#6 Posted by MooseyMcMan (12541 posts) -

Inglorious Basterds.

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#7 Posted by Legion_ (1718 posts) -

@Jay_Ray said:

I choose Pulp Fiction, I know it is the common choice but I do think that is his best, if you made the 2 Kill Bill films into 1 then that would get my vote.

I don't care for the Kill Bill films at all. By the way, is that Peter Dinklage on your picture, or just a random cartoon that looks very similar?

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#8 Posted by Little_Socrates (5844 posts) -

I chose Fiction, but it's been long enough since I've seen Fiction and Basterds that I can imagine a world where they've flip-flopped. Jackie Brown is next in line, followed by Django.

I didn't really love Reservoir Dogs. Also, I haven't seen Kill Bill V. 2, Death Proof, or his script-only films.

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#9 Edited by Humanity (16210 posts) -

Any other answer than Pulp Fiction is unacceptable. No matter about personal taste and preference, that is, and should be your favorite Tarantino movie hands down.

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#10 Posted by Uhtaree (765 posts) -

This is a toughy.

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#11 Posted by Snail (8885 posts) -

Haven't seen them all, but want to see the results. I've seen both Kill Bills, Inglorious Basters and Django Unchained. Gonna go with Django out of all those.

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#12 Edited by Venatio (4724 posts) -

Unsure if I should answer, haven't seen Django yet
 
But Pulp Fiction

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#13 Posted by Jrinswand (1745 posts) -

I used to like Tarantino a lot when I was younger, but then I grew up and realized that he is really just a try-hard fanboy. That said, I rank Inglorious Basterds among my very favorite films. I feel like Tarantino really became a mature filmmaker with that movie.
 
I didn't have any intention to see Django Unchained, seeing as how I don't like Jamie Foxx and Tarantino tends to strike me the wrong way, but after hearing so many good things about it, I intend to check it out sooner or later.

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#14 Posted by mlarrabee (3849 posts) -

I've seen only three, but Pulp Fiction was good.

He is as adored as Lynch and I find that inexplicable.

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#15 Posted by D0tti (803 posts) -

The film i'm watching right this second, Pulp Fiction, watched it probably 10 times and it's still a really great movie. I've seen all off them, don't remember much from Natural Born Killers though, maybe I should watch it again. Reservoir Dogs comes in at a close second and Death Proof is the worst off Tarantino's films.

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#16 Posted by spiceninja (3239 posts) -

Pulp Fiction is the go to for everyone and while it's no doubt amazing and one of the greatest films ever made, it's just not something I can watch over and over again like Kill Bill Vol 1. I could sit down and watch Kill Bill (both but Vol. 1 is better) any day of the week. I love the music, the cinematography, the dialog, the over the top violent climax. It's my favorite.

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#17 Posted by RandomInternetUser (6805 posts) -

As much as I love Django, Basterds, Jackie Brown, and Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction is an easy choice for me. That is just such a great movie.

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#18 Posted by Legion_ (1718 posts) -

@PlasmaBeam44 said:

Pulp Fiction is the go to for everyone and while it's no doubt amazing and one of the greatest films ever made, it's just not something I can watch over and over again like Kill Bill Vol 1. I could sit down and watch Kill Bill (both but Vol. 1 is better) any day of the week. I love the music, the cinematography, the dialog, the over the top violent climax. It's my favorite.

I have to disagree. I can't remember how many times I've seen the first scene with Jules and Vincent.

DOES HE LOOK LIKE A BITCH?

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#19 Posted by OfficeGamer (1120 posts) -

These polls that get made right after Tarantino releases a new movie just aren't fair. I can't decide whether Django is just my movie of 2012 or my all time favorite Tarantino work.

Ask me in two years when Django's novelty wears off! I refuse to vote.

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#20 Posted by FLYmeatwad (164 posts) -

Jackie Brown is his best, Basterds or Django are probably my 'favorite' in terms of which I would probably have the most fun/gain the most by rewatching.

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#21 Posted by JEC03 (1424 posts) -

I'm in the minority but I find Pulp Fiction highly overrated I'll go with Natural Born Killers.

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#22 Posted by joshthebear (2704 posts) -
  1. Reservoir Dogs
  2. Pulp Fiction
  3. Kill Bill Vol. I
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#23 Posted by PokeIkzai (427 posts) -

Jackie Brown hands down.

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#24 Posted by mikey87144 (2102 posts) -

Pulp fiction should have either won or been first runner up for the Oscar but that's a different discussion.

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#25 Posted by pr1mus (4158 posts) -

For the films he directed it goes Django Unchained, Inglourious Basterds, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill 1 & 2, Resevoir Dogs, Death Proof, Pulp Fiction.

For those he wrote but didn't direct it goes, Natural Born Killers and then True Romance. Both would be behind anything he directed himself.

I haven't seen From Dusk Till Dawn.

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#26 Posted by DougQuaid (1273 posts) -

Though I haven't had a chance to see Django yet, Jackie Brown is my current favorite.

Also, I don't think he was involved with Natural Born Killers. That was Oliver Stone.

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#27 Edited by pr1mus (4158 posts) -

@DougQuaid: He wrote it and wanted to direct but the studio wouldn't have that. That was before he made Reservoir Dogs.

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#28 Posted by ProfessorEss (7957 posts) -

I've loved almost everything he's done but yeah, Pulp Fiction, easily.

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#29 Posted by jay_ray (1489 posts) -

@Legion_: It sure is. I think it was a picture from a screened.com quest back in the whiskey media days.

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#30 Posted by breadfan (6803 posts) -

Reservoir Dogs.

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#31 Posted by ShadowConqueror (3413 posts) -

Inglourious Basterds, easily. Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are second and third, respectively.

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#32 Posted by Mushir (2631 posts) -

Reservoir Dogs was the first Tarantino film I saw and it's still my favorite. Pulp Fiction comes in at second with Basterds at third. I haven't seen them all though.

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#33 Posted by Demoskinos (17325 posts) -

Reservoir Dogs. He did so much with so little in that movie it really showed what he can do as a director even if he has no money.

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#34 Posted by Legion_ (1718 posts) -

@DougQuaid said:

Though I haven't had a chance to see Django yet, Jackie Brown is my current favorite.

Also, I don't think he was involved with Natural Born Killers. That was Oliver Stone.

He wrote it.

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#35 Posted by Legion_ (1718 posts) -

@Jay_Ray said:

@Legion_: It sure is. I think it was a picture from a screened.com quest back in the whiskey media days.

Ah, back when Screened was a site worth visiting.

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#36 Posted by Hunter5024 (6702 posts) -

I think they're all pretty awesome, but Reservoir Dogs is one of my all time favorite movies, so I have to vote for that.

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#37 Posted by Philantrophy (356 posts) -

I don't like his movies, but I enjoyed Reservoir Dogs.

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#38 Posted by OllyOxenFree (5015 posts) -

1. Pulp Fiction

2. Django Unchained

3. Jackie Brown

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#39 Posted by BaneFireLord (3218 posts) -

DJANGO for sure. All the awesomeness of Christoph Waltz without any of the drag of Inglorious.

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#40 Posted by TheGreatGuero (8881 posts) -

It used to be Reservoir Dogs, but now I have to give my vote to Django.

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#41 Edited by Redbullet685 (6453 posts) -

I'm a big Tarantino fan. I would say that Pulp Fiction is definitely his best.

In order from best to worst, this would be my list:

  1. Pulp Fiction
  2. Reservoir Dogs
  3. Django Unchained
  4. Inglorious Basterds
  5. True Romance
  6. Kill Bill Vol. 1
  7. Kill Bill Vol. 2
  8. From Dusk Till Dawn
  9. Jackie Brown
  10. Death Proof

I don't care for what I've seen of Natural Born Killers.

And I've only seen Jackie Brown once, and I must watch it again. That's why its so far down there as of now.

Oh, and though Death Proof is last, I do actually like that movie for what it is. A dumb Grindhouse-style movie.

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#42 Edited by Kidavenger (4168 posts) -

I haven't seen Django yet but of the rest, I like True Romance the best, Pulp Fiction and Natural Born Killers had a bigger impact on me when they came out but I don't think either has aged as well as True Romance.

Inglorious and the Kill Bill films are my least favorite of the bunch, they aren't bad movies, just completely average compared to his other stuff.

I'm glad someone voted Deathproof as their favorite, sometimes I think I'm the only one that ever liked that movie.

Jackie Brown has one of the best movie soundtracks I've ever heard

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#43 Posted by Fattony12000 (8272 posts) -

Goddamn it, Django is a beast of film. Just saw it today, there were only three other people in the whole screen with me!

Jackie Brown stands as his most unique work, when compared to the rest of his catalogue. And it's goddamn awesome.

Pulp Fiction is also a goddamn monster.

Goddamn.

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#44 Posted by Fattony12000 (8272 posts) -

It also seems like we are mixing Tarantino-directed films with Tarantino-written films. Is that the case? Because they are two very different things indeed.

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#45 Posted by ll_Exile_ll (2695 posts) -

@Jrinswand said:

I used to like Tarantino a lot when I was younger, but then I grew up and realized that he is really just a try-hard fanboy. That said, I rank Inglorious Basterds among my very favorite films. I feel like Tarantino really became a mature filmmaker with that movie. I didn't have any intention to see Django Unchained, seeing as how I don't like Jamie Foxx and Tarantino tends to strike me the wrong way, but after hearing so many good things about it, I intend to check it out sooner or later.

I have never understood the term "try-hard" as some sort of insult. Some people I play online games with use it all the time, and I really don't get it. Should someone not be trying hard? If you're playing an online competitive game, or in this instance making a multi million dollar film, should you give it everything you have? Would Tarantino not giving a shit somehow make his films better? Wouldn't that just make him or anyone else a joke like Uwe Boll?

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#46 Posted by Intro (1271 posts) -

Pulp Fiction is amazing. But, Django.

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#47 Posted by BigBoss1911 (2834 posts) -

Of the ones Iv seen

Pulp Fiction

Reservoir Dogs

Inglourious Bastards

Kill Bill 2

Kill Bill 1

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#48 Posted by BulletproofMonk (2748 posts) -

Jackie Brown, followed by Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained.

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#49 Posted by VoshiNova (2268 posts) -

Kill Bill should be listed as one

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#50 Edited by Coombs (3510 posts) -

Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, From Dusk to Dawn & Natural Born Killers are all sooo damn good

You can't make me pick just one, It's just not right.

Oh and damn all you young bastards voting for the new ones, Their not bad but watch these 4 and your vote will change.