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View Poll Results: What's your favorite Tarantino film?
From Dusk Til Dawn (screenplay)
5
3.29%
Jackie Brown (written & directed)
18
11.84%
Kill Bill vol. 1 (written & directed)
19
12.50%
Kill Bill vol. 2 (written & directed)
6
3.95%
Natural Born Killers (story by)
3
1.97%
Pulp Fiction (written & directed)
74
48.68%
Resevoir Dogs (written & directed)
19
12.50%
True Romance (written by)
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5.26%
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Best Tarantino Film?

Old 04-13-06, 01:39 AM
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Best Tarantino Film?

What's your favorite full length feature film, directed or written (in some way, shape, or form) by Quentin Tarantino?
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THey did this one before and pulp fiction was number 1, kill bill 2,
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Really? I did a search and couldn't find it. [terrible]I guess my searching skills lack a "searchin" something.[/terrible]

In that case sorry for the repost to all you Repost Nazis out there.

Betcha PF doesn't win again...
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Betcha PF doesn't win again...
It gets my vote.
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Watching it again, I'm gonna vote Jackie Brown. Such an awesome film.

I only like that and PF of Tarantino's anyway, but still.
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wow, this is tough, i didn't really like any. on that note kill bill vol 2 was the most enjoyable. i haven't seen jackie brown and natural born killers, and suprisingly those two were the ones that interested me the most.
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tough call. i'm not particularly fond of his work. probably Jackie Brown.
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RD, hands down.
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The ones Roger Avery contributed to.
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Seven of those films are excellent. NBK is a vile piece of excrement.
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Old 04-13-06, 07:27 AM
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As much as I love Pulp Fiction, Uma is annoying as piss in that movie, so I'll go with Reservoir Dogs. At least in that flick, the most annoying character(Tim Roth) suffers bigtime and eventually gets a bullet in the head.


It is kinda sad watching Reservoir Dogs now though after the death of Chris Penn. Lawrence Tierney and Eddie Bunker also died in recent years, but those dudes at least made it past their 70th birthday.
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I gotta go with Reservoir Dogs. The breakfast scene talking about the merits of tipping is one of my favorite scenes ever.
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Originally Posted by Charlie Goose
Seven of those films are excellent. NBK is a vile piece of excrement.
I'd say 6. I thought Jackie Brown was good, but not excellent. I agree wholeheartedly with your NBK assessment.

FWIW I voted Res Dogs. For me it's #2 behind The Usual Suspects on my Best Films of the '90's list.
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Reservoir Dogs. It's been all downhill from there.
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Jackie Brown.
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Originally Posted by TheGodfather
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Betcha PF doesn't win again...
Sorry
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Voted Pulp Fiction
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Reservoir Dogs. Tarantino falls into the group of directors in which they make better movies with smaller budgets.
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In that case sorry for the repost to all you Repost Nazis out there.
There's a special place in hell for Repost Nazis - squeezed down beneath the Spoiler Queens . . .
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PAMELA GRIER is Jackie Brown.
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Pulp Fiction far and wide
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Everything PULP FICTION accomplished, RESERVOIR DOGS did more efficiently. It's Tarantino's "lean and mean", no fat masterpiece.
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Kill Bill.
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Pulp Fiction... then Reservoir Dogs and Kill Bill.
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Pulp Fiction is the only one I really like. Reservoir Dogs is OK as well.
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