Tarantino’s Awe-Inspiring Filmography
When people ask me if I went to film school I tell them, ‘no, I went to films.’
Quentin Tarantino is the most talked-about director of all time. When Hollywood was growing, rich film school brats like Spielberg, George Lucas, and James Cameron were making movies backed up by big studios such as Warner Bros.
Amidst them came a guy who used to be a video store clerk and sold his first script. The used the money he got from that to make a low-budget heist movie “The Reservoir Dogs.” The first movie was so much loved by the audience that and became a cult classic and cemented him to be one of the greatest filmmakers of all time.
There are no movies like Tarantino’s, though he pays homages to great directors like Hitchcock and Kurosawa, the thing that made him unique is the subtext. His movie seems to be a larger-than-life theme yet the character is so grounded that no matter how absurd a scene is, it just perfectly fits with the narrative.
His use of music and casting of the perfect actors for the movie is astonishing. He has made a lot of music famous by using them in his movies.
Let’s list out the movies made by this amazing cinephile of a director.
- Reservoir Dogs
- Django Unchained
- Pulp Fiction
- Inglorious Basterds
- The Hateful Eight
- Jackie Brown
- Death Proof
- Kill Bill Vol-I & Vol-II
- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood