Quentin Tarantino Lists His Favorite Films Since 1992

Yup, we men­tioned Quentin Taran­ti­no last week, and we’re doing it again this week because Rosario has unearthed this nice clip. In six snap­py min­utes, Taran­ti­no (direc­tor of Pulp Fic­tion, Reser­voir Dog, Inglo­ri­ous Bas­ter­ds, etc) lists his favorites films made since 1992 — when he, him­self, start­ed mak­ing films. You’ll know some of these titles, but like­ly not oth­ers.

Relat­ed Con­tent:

My Best Friend’s Birth­day, Quentin Tarantino’s 1987 Debut Film

Film­mak­ing Advice from Quentin Taran­ti­no and Sam Rai­mi (NSFW)

Quentin Taran­ti­no Gives Sneak Peek of Pulp Fic­tion to Jon Stew­art (1994)

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  • What movie runs at the bot­tom while he’s talk­ing?
    Kurt Rus­sell? Rosaria Daw­son?

  • Ricky says:

    The movie run­ning is Taran­ti­no’s Death Proof.
    Taran­ti­no’s choic­es obvi­ous­ly are not the same as mine,but I was sur­prised when he said his favourite Brit Film is ‘Shaun of the Dead.’

  • Don says:

    Theres some awe­some movies there. I would love Open­Cul­ture to pro­vide links to as many of those movies as pos­si­ble.

    Also, imag­ine how awe­some it would be if Taran­ti­no did a zom­bie movie?!?!

  • Timon says:

    @Don: he did actu­al­ly a film about zom­bies, and he’s play­ing too.

  • Abubu Khan says:

    I real­ly nev­er under­stand his love for some Kore­an films. Sure, the Host is decent, Mem­o­ries of Mur­der is good. But JSA is cheesy as hell.

  • John Watson says:

    Bat­tle royale is a good choice
    Also fight club.audition,Shaun of the dead and unbreakavle
    The host is ok
    The rest I would argue all night about their mer­its as ‘great’

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