Inglorious Bastards. I’ve watched that movie probably 25 times. I love everything about it. Brad Pitt’s stupid Tennessee accent. David Bowie’s Putting Out Fire playing in the background while she prepared to die, putting on her makeup. The Bat. Christopher Waltz. But was almost perfect from beginning to end.
Pulp Fiction - because no one said "this may be my masterpiece" at the end.
Kill Bill - the first Tarantino films I ever saw. My mom and I rented volume 1 from Blockbuster and then a month later went to see volume 2 in theaters. If not for the love we shared together on those films I may have never cared to explore the rest of the filmography.
Post by Murray The K on Jan 15, 2020 23:01:50 GMT -5
Pulp Fiction - when watching every scene, every bit of dialogue, every character you never lose attention. The story moves so effortlessly, it really is so much fun to watch. Basterds is great - Waltz gives the best performance in a Tarantino movie, I could listen to Pitt say “oblige him” on loop for hours, the opening scene is tremendous. But Pulp just finds that extra level and never really wavers.
Jackie Brown - I’ve never cared for the Kill Bill movies. they’re not bad just not for me.
Basterds - the opening scene and the tavern scene are incredibly intense and the two greatest scenes in Tarantino's career, two of my favorite scenes ever. The scene where they're trying to revive Mrs Wallace is close, but not quite on that level. I love Pulp Fiction, but moreso as a comedy, whereas Basterds makes me feel more.
Kill Bill - I've never seen Jackie Brown. Does that count?