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Quentin Tarantino's Movies Ranked

All of Top 4 Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Ranked

Today we thought of putting a few of his highly acclaimed films which were and are a gem in the world of the motion picture. To buff you in nostalgia, here are Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Ranked.

The Path Of The Righteous Man…” accurately quoted in the Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction 1994 was a masterpiece people still crave to watch. Ever since he has broken into the world of cinema, the intention of watching films for movie buff has taken them to a new height of perception.

His films have been full of ongoing narratives, high-end action sequences, characters conversation are so defined that they flow like water. They always have a bunch of ever-increasing iconic dialogues and quotes which are hard on reality.

Stepping since 1992, Quentin Tarantino has made almost nine films, and among those nine, he has attained so much praise, love, appreciation, admiration, recognition, acknowledgment from the whole world that hardly anyone would not know him, or at least his films have been a trademark in hyper-stylized in action intensity ones.

From the list of Quentin Tarantino films, he is often looked at as less engaged in self-parody. Rather he shoots the film according to geography and mental state and of course mood of the same. From watching wartime of France, in “Inglourious Basterds”, to post-civil war Wyoming in”The Hateful eight” to slave-owning south in “Django Unchained”, martial arts “Kill bill Volume 1 & 1” and crime-action in “Pulp Fiction”.

Below are four spine-chilling Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Ranked from the list of nine, that shouldn’t be missed by anyone, especially if you are a cinephile.

All of Top 4 Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Ranked

1. Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Often quoted as the killer bee in the industry, this film was the first film of Quentin Tarantino in 1992. A master plot designed to execute the diamond heist. Right from the first scene of dogs walking in slow motion down the car, while they banter about Madonna and the tipping protocol still runs in our head.

The film had some stellar cast, Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn, Steve Buscemi, Lawrence Tierney, Randy Brooks, Kirk Baltz and director own, Quentin Tarantino in Mr. Brown character. The film is said to be the worst creation as per the Tarantino. Despite the fact, the film had been marked to be the 136th highest-grossing film of 1992, with a box office collection of $2,859,750 worldwide.

Director- Quentin Tarantino

Star Cast- Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn, Steve Buscemi, Lawrence Tierney, Randy Brooks, Kirk Baltz and Quentin Tarantino

IMDb Rating- 8.3

Rotten Tomatoes- 92%

Genre- Drama, Crime, action

Where to watch- Amazon Prime Videos

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2. Pulp Fiction (1994)

A tale of violence and redemption is exactly the film speaks about. Made in the late 90s, this film has a lot of elements like the color palette, lightings, camera angles that will connect you if you’re from the same generation. Comedy with blood, destruction, strange sex, revenged fights, disposal of stagnant bodies, and a wristwatch that travel generation. Shocking, funny, blazing is what it is generally looked upon.

With groundbreaking direction, screenwriting, soundtracks, cinematography, this is a film that is a treasure that needs a lot of attention.

Director- Quentin Tarantino

Star Cast- John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson, Amanda Plummer, Tim Roth

IMDb Rating- 8.9

Rotten Tomatoes- 92%

Genre- Drama, Crime, action

Where to watch- Amazon Prime Videos

 

3. Kill bill volume 2 (2004)

A chapter with heedless joy, Kill bill volume 2, is a pure action-drama film. It is not a sequel of Kill bill Volume 1 from 2003, but a continuation and completion taped at the same time as Volume 1. The first part talks about different dimensions but volume 2 breaks all the records. Though it deals with a deeper facet.

Nominated nine times in award function, this is a legendary film to date. The bride, played by Uma Thurman continues her revenge on her former husband, Bill, played by David Carradine, who she somehow tracks down in Mexico. Using her skills, from all the murders she has doe previously to all those who have wronged her, gives her courage to assassin Bill.

Among the endless movies present in the cinema world, Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Ranked is considered to be the highest and most suggested one.

 Director- Quentin Tarantino

Star Cast- Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Michael Madsen

IMDb Rating- 8.0

Rotten Tomatoes- 84%

Genre- Action, Sports, thriller And Fitness

Where to watch- Amazon Prime Videos

 

4. Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood (2019)

Marking Quentin Tarantino’s 9th written and directed film, Once upon a time…In Hollywood is a bit of an enjoyable film. The film features the relationship between mid-level entertainment industry workers, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in the leading roles.

This film showcases some mind-blowing architecture, commercial signage, chic corner restaurants of Los Angeles, and men-women in the perfect jawlines, classy-vintage clothing, cigarettes, cars and bikes. Setting the mood to affection, this film has all the drama you look in a feature film.

Director- Quentin Tarantino

Star Cast- Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Emile Hirsch, Margaret Qualley, Timothy Olyphant

IMDb Rating- 7.6

Rotten Tomatoes- 85%

Genre- Drama, Comedy

Where to watch- Amazon Prime Videos

 

His films have always been surrounded in pop culture glossary, tough-action sequences, deep and melodious dialogues, frantic storyline, groundbreaking cinematography and marvelous editing.

Often it is said, Quentin Tarantino dialogues are crafted so well that each line falls smoothly and strongly contributes to the ongoing narrative. Each conversation speaks its depth, the choice of words is well-defined that hardly there is any writer-director who works with the same power and flow like Quentin Tarantino.

 

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We hope that you watch Quentin Tarantino films some evening because they are the treasures that need a hell lot of attention. Let us know how you find this list of Top 4 Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Ranked. Happy watching!

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