One of them who popularized dark violence, satires, non-linear storylines and neo-noir characteristics in Hollywood is him. He is not only one of the most talented directors working in cinema presently, he is also an actor of great virtue and claimed to be one of the ‘100 Most Influential People in the World’. Actors want to work with him and we want to see his work. Appreciated worldwide as a great personality and having coined violence as another exciting genre, he is Quentin Tarantino. His filmmaking style is so distinct that you need just a frame of the film to know that you are watching a Quentin Tarantino movie.
He came up with his first independent film in 1992 – ‘Reservoir Dogs’. What I think about ‘Reservoir Dogs’ is that hardly any other director could have made such a film as a debut. Regarded as one of the cult hits of the 1990s, ‘Reservoir Dogs’ was also named as one of the best Independent Films of all times. He paved his own path to greatness through that film. Being an ardent fan of films and theater since childhood and working in movie houses since teenage, people would give him the advantage of being a good director; but Tarantino is not just good, he is a talent with unique abilities. After getting the initial hurl, he never looked back. What he achieved with ‘Kill Bill’, ‘Pulp Fiction’ and ‘Inglorious Bastards’ to name a few is beyond description. Here is the list of top Quentin Tarantino movies, ranked from average to best. You can watch some of these Quentin Tarantino movies on Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime.
9. Death Proof (2007)
Considered to one of the films of Tarantino with a linear storyline, ‘Death Proof’ tells us about a psychopathic stuntman, a serial killer in disguise, who allures women with speed. He takes them for death rides and purposely wrecks them, having made his car immune to maximum impact. Though he walks away from the scene without a scratch, problems occur for him when he targets a group of females, among which is a woman, who is a stuntman herself. As in most of his films, Tarantino appeared for a short sequence along with a lead cast of Kurt Russell and Rosario Dawson. Though the concept paid homage to the action-exploitation genre, ‘Death Proof’ was not as good as it was supposed to be.