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Tarantino's Films Ranked From Best To Worst

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Tarantino's Films Ranked From Best To Worst

Few directors can boast as much of a solid output as Quentin Tarantino over the past two decades. Yes, there have been some bad movies, but there have been far more entries that have almost instantly cemented themselves as 'classic' movies.

Next to that, the 53-year-old director has a knack for getting the best out of his cast: DiCaprio's Calvin Candie in Django and Waltz' Hans Landa in Inglorious Basterds, to name just a couple.

Everyone has their favourite Tarantino film, but according to IMDb, which are the best five?

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1. Pulp Fiction - 8.9/10 (#6 on the Top 250)

2. Django Unchained - 8.4/10 (#57 on the Top 250)

3. Reservoir Dogs - 8.3/10 (#75 on the Top 250)

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4. Inglorious Basterds - 8.3/10 (#96 on the Top 250)

5. Kill Bill: Vol 1 - 8.1/10 (Not in the Top 250)

So, no The Hateful Eight or Jackie Brown or Kill Bill: Vol 2, which may be surprising to some. Perhaps less surprisingly, Death Proof and Grindhouse do not feature.

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Words by Matthew Cooper

Topics: Quentin Tarantino, Films

Matthew Cooper
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