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    Default Favorite Tarantino Movie

    He has a new movie coming out soon, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. What's your favorite of his so far? Personally, I'd go Pulp Fiction.

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    I second Pulp Fiction, by far.

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    Personally liked the Hateful Eight the most, 2nd maybe Inglorious Basterds, 3rd Pulp Fiction.
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    "Hateful Eight" as well. I like westerns. I like the musical score. It's amazing that the whole thing plays out in an isolated cabin in winter.

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    Jackie Brown definitely.. for me It's all downhill from there.

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    1. Pulp Fiction (10/10)
    2. Reservoir Dogs (8/10)
    3. Jackie Brown (6/10)
    4. Inglourious Basterds (6/10)
    5. Django Unchained (6/10)
    6. Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (6/10)
    7. The Hateful Eight (5/10)
    8. Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (5/10)
    9. Four Rooms (4/10)

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    I'm a Tarantino fanboy, it's all good, to me.
    If I'm pushed for a favourite, then I'd say Pulp Fiction.
    I hear that his latest, Once Upon a Time..., has received some very good reviews.

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    Definitely Pulp Fiction. I like Reservoir Dogs and Inglorious Basterds a lot too. Liked Kill Bill a lot when I was younger, but haven't seen it in a while.

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    I can't decide if I like Pulp Fiction or Inglorious Basterds better. Reservoir Dogs was pretty good too, though the final scene has always bugged me.

    On the other hand, I walked out on Kill Bill Vol. 1 and never bothered with Vol. 2.
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    Jackie Brown for me. Pulp Fiction was a pretty good, if flabby, comedy. Inglorious ********, Kill Bill, Django, and The Hateful Eight I found tiresome and dumb. His bag of tricks and mannerisms wore thin really fast for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperTonic View Post
    I can't decide if I like Pulp Fiction or Inglorious Basterds better. Reservoir Dogs was pretty good too, though the final scene has always bugged me.

    On the other hand, I walked out on Kill Bill Vol. 1 and never bothered with Vol. 2.
    Just rewatched Kill Bill Vol. 2. Found the dialogue really stretched paper thin. By far the worst Tarantino movie. Hated Django Unchained as well, except for Leo's performance.
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