5 Quentin Tarantino Movies

Reservoir Dogs, 1992

Starring Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Steve Buscemi and Quentin Tarantino

The debut film from Tarantino tells the story of a jewelry store robbery gone wrong.

The non-linear narrative and story, ironic and violent, were considered extremely unique.

The team of actors is incredible, which already showed a talent for Tarantino to attract big names for his movies.

Pulp Fiction, 1994

Starring John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Tim Roth, Bruce Willis, Christopher Walken and Uma Thurman

Pumpkin: All right, everybody be cool, this is a robbery!
Honey Bunny: Any of you fucking pricks move, and I'll execute every motherfucking last one of ya!

A movie whose initial dialogue ends with these lines cannot not be good, right?

For many, a masterpiece of Tarantino. His first film, director and screenwriter won numerous awards, including the Oscar, Bafta and Golden Palm at Cannes.

Account a series of parallel stories, which will be crossing, also in no particular order. All involving the criminal world.

At the time of its release, has generated some controversy because of an alleged "gratuitous violence". Nonsense that only serves to divert the main focus: the film is good as hell.

The team of actors is incredible, which already showed a talent for Tarantino to attract big names for his movies.

Kill Bill vol. 1, 2003

Starring Uma Thurman, Lucy Liu, Daryl Hannah, David Carradine, Michael Madsen, Julie Dreyfus and Sonny Chiba

I find it hard to know if the first episode of Kill Bill is really better, or if it just blew my mind ... What I know for sure is that I left the cinema in shock.

What was that? The sword fights? Everyone gushing blood? The thirst for revenge of the bride? And the soundtrack?

All in Kill Bill is exaggerated and causes a reaction from the audience. In addition to creating a crazy expectation for the second volume.

It's a movie to review dozens of times.

Death Proof, 2007

Starring Kurt Russell, Rosario Dawson, Vanessa Ferlito, Rose McGowan, Quentin Tarantino and Eli Roth

A film less seen of Tarantino, as it was part of the Grindhouse project, composed of Death Proof and Planet Terror (Robert Rodriguez).

It's very different, because it simulates the production of B, very low budget film that went on double sessions. So, has choppy sound and abrupt cuts from the scene, as if they missed pieces of the roll of tape.

It tells the story of a serial killer who enjoys chasing girls with his car stunt series.

The film has several dialogues clearly by Tarantino and a hot pursuit on the road. But nothing compares to the car accident, which is repeated in slow motion showing the point of view of each of the victims. One of the most spectacular scenes I've seen on the big screen.

Inglorious Basterds, 2009

Starring Brad Pitt, Mélanie Laurent, Christoph Waltz, Eli Roth, Diane Kruger and Daniel Brühl.

A group of American Jews is formed with a single purpose: to kill (and scalp) Nazis.

Led by a hillbilly from Tennessee played by Brad Pitt, in a very funny performance, the bastards have just discovered they have a chance to kill all the Nazi high command, including Adolf Hitler.

What they do not know is that Colonel. Hans Landa, the hunter of Jews, is in pursuit. Landa, besides being one of the best characters from Tarantino, is played superbly by Christoph Waltz.

And the Oscar goes to... Not to Inglorious Basterds for my disappointment :(

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