The Toptober Tens #5 – Quentin Tarantino Films

toptoberFor this month’s fifth Toptober Tens, Here are my Top Ten Favorite Quentin Tarantino films.

On IMDB, QT has 15 credits as Director and 32 credits as a writer.  This list is combined between the two.  His writing is amazing because his dialogue feels so real and we believe that the characters are having real conversations that we can all relate to.  Yes, he gets quite violent, but that’s just the icing on the cake since it usually is over the top violence.

Keep in mind, that these are all solely my opinion and part of what I would like to do is open conversation and dialogue between us all over the choices in these lists

Off we go….10

10. Death Proof (2007)8

9. Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003)7

8. Jackie Brown (1997)5

7. Kill Bill Vol. 2 (2004)6

6. Inglorious Basterds (2009)django

5. Django Unchained (2012)4

4. The Hateful Eight (2015)2

3. True Romance (1993)3

2.  Pulp Fiction (1994)1

  1. Reservoir Dogs (1993)

14 thoughts on “The Toptober Tens #5 – Quentin Tarantino Films

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    • True Romance was almost my #2 because I love it soo much, but I eventually bumped it to 3 since PF is also amazingly written and directed.

      Have u seen both versions of TR? is so, which did u prefer?


  2. You inspired me to chime in with my own Toptober Ten 🙂 I included writing credits as well.

    10. Hateful Eight
    9. Deathproof
    8. Natural Born Killers
    7. Jackie Brown
    6. Django Unchained

    5. True Romance
    4. Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair
    3. Inglorious Basterds
    2. Reservoir Dogs
    1. Pulp Fiction

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    • RD was the first of his films that I ever saw and I absolutely loved it then and still now, 23 years later.

      Not a fan of NBK and I also almost added Killing Zoe to my list instead of Deathproof.

      why didn’t u like H8? It was so brilliantly written IMHO


  3. Nice list, I personally will always go Inglorious number one because Waltz gives the best performance in any of his films and the opening scene, bar scene and the fact it isn’t as violent as it was sold as shocked me.


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