Discuss Inglourious Basterds

1.) Pulp Fiction 2.) Reservoir Dogs 3.) Jackie Brown 4.) Inglourious Basterds 5.) Kill Bill: Vol. 1

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  • Pulp Fiction 9/10
  • Reservoir Dogs 9/10
  • Jackie Brown 8/10
  • Kill Bill Vol. 1 8/10
  • Inglourious Basterds 8/10

why just those?

Pulp Fiction 9/10 Reservoir Dogs 7/10 Jackie Brown 6/10 Inglorious Basterds 8/10 Kill Bill 6/10

And I'll add Death Proof 5/10 Kill Bill 2 5/10 Hateful Eight 8/10 Django Unchained 8/10

@BarkingBaphomet said:

  • Pulp Fiction 9/10
  • Reservoir Dogs 9/10
  • Jackie Brown 8/10
  • Kill Bill Vol. 1 8/10
  • Inglourious Basterds 8/10

why just those?

This is extremely subjective, but I was watching Basterds the other night and loving it, and it occurred to me that those are the ones that are the most impressive, in my book.

Oh, God. What have I started?

I wouldn't worry, it's not like this is IMDb... You're allowed to have an opinion here! I'm not a massive Tarrantino fan as such, but there's no denying Pulp Fiction but Res Dogs never really struck a chord with me for whatever reason... Slightly off, but as a film he was involved with 'From Dusk...' will always be my favourite.

Maybe I should've included films that the man has written, too, eh?

Dusk is really dichotomous for me. The first part is ridiculously cool, while the second part (with the vampires) comes off almost oppressively banal and silly.

@Satch_the_man said:

Maybe I should've included films that the man has written, too, eh?

Dusk is really dichotomous for me. The first part is ridiculously cool, while the second part (with the vampires) comes off almost oppressively banal and silly.

I don't know... You'd be treading down ' executive producer' credits if you go down that rabbit hole... Saying that, True Romance was pretty good...!

@bluersun said:

@Satch_the_man said:

Maybe I should've included films that the man has written, too, eh?

Dusk is really dichotomous for me. The first part is ridiculously cool, while the second part (with the vampires) comes off almost oppressively banal and silly.

I don't know... You'd be treading down ' executive producer' credits if you go down that rabbit hole... Saying that, True Romance was pretty good...!

I had to reread your post. Thinking about it, I was gonna come here and ask you if you liked Hell Ride or something like that. QT had some producer role in that one.

I don't think I've heard of that one, definitely not seen it... Anyway, it's your list I was just adding a few spins that seemed relevant...