Quentin Tarantino is a decorated director who has a long-list of classic films under his belt. A Tarantino film is very much unlike any other movie you’ll see.
In fact, Tarantino films carry a style of their own that will instantly help you recognize it as one of the director’s coveted pieces. There is no telling how outrageous the action or gore will be but do expect it.
Tarantino doesn’t seem to have any barriers when it comes to creating films. The more controversial the content, the better it seems to be for Tarantino. He has also worked with numerous actors over the years that always rave about his work.
5 Quentin Tarantino Movies You Must Watch
Grindhouse is one of two back to back films alongside, Death Proof. These films were shot in the style of the old 70’s action films and even featured some advertisements and coming attractions meshed in. Most of the action sequences were totally unbelievable but the idea behind it was genius.
4. Django Unchained
Django Unchained received plenty of awesome reviews as it detailed the revenge of a former slave (Jamie Foxx). Foxx was also casted with Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio.
3. Inglourious Basterds
Inglourious Basterds was on of the most outlandish films about the the Nazi occupation of France. Brad Pitt led a completely perfect cast which also included Waltz, who is go-to for Tarantino.
2. Kill Bill
Kill Bill may be one of Tarantino’s most iconic film. There were a total of three films in the series where a bride (Uma Thurman) seeks revenge after he wedding day turned horrific. The fighting sequences in this film are magical.
1. Pulp Fiction
Here’s were the hype really began to build early on in Tarantino’s career. The star-studded cast includes, John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson and once again, Uma Thurman. Pulp Fiction featured two hit men you didn’t want to tangle with.