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Happy Valentine's Day, Newgrounds! Here's a little question: What's your favorite Quintin Tarentino film of all time?
At 2/14/13 07:41 PM, ClockworkSpace wrote: the one with your mothe
Dude, that's just harsh.
At 2/14/13 07:20 PM, JediTrekkie wrote: What's your favorite Quintin Tarentino film of all time?
Pulp Fiction. Nothing comes close.
Resevoir Dogs, but Pulp Fiction's very close to being my fave.
I want to see Django Unchained... ;_;
At 2/15/13 06:51 AM, TheMaster wrote: Reservoir Dogs.
Tight, clever, and to the point, the polar opposite of the overly long self indulgent tripe he's been making since Kill Bill.
What he said.
"Where I fall ten more shall take my place! And one-hundred each of them! So strike me down! I am the harbinger!"-Ollanius Pius
Buy me things.
Inglourious basterds for me, but I enjoyed about all of his films actually. Death proof was so-so and Jacky Brown did not leave much of an impression on me, but for the rest I liked them all including his latest one
Browsed through his list of movies and realized he was in charge of Planet Terror! :)
Pulp Fiction falls back to second place.
Can no one spell Quentin Tarantino?
Pulp Fiction is my answer. I like most of his movies though. Pulp Fiction simply stands above the rest in my opinion. Also, thanks to Tarantino for helping out Eli Roth with Hostel.
At 2/15/13 01:04 PM, Auz wrote: Inglourious basterds for me, but I enjoyed about all of his films actually. Death proof was so-so and Jacky Brown did not leave much of an impression on me, but for the rest I liked them all including his latest one
Death Proof was a bit of a disappointment. I loved the Planet Terror movie, so I was hoping for the 'sequel' as well, but it just didn't have the same intensity. It had a good car chase and some pretty insane stunts (I like watching stunts especially when I know they're real) but most of it was just very... bland. Still love the Grindhouse style, wish more directories would go back to the oldskool blend of action, it might not've been realistic, but it sure was effectual!
At 2/15/13 03:50 PM, Stereocrisis wrote: Can no one spell Quentin Tarantino?
At least one person, apparently. :)