View Poll Results: Favorite feature-length film from Quentin

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  • Django Unchained

    8 5.00%
  • Inglourious Basterds

    24 15.00%
  • Kill Bill vo 1 & 2

    31 19.38%
  • Jackie Brown

    2 1.25%
  • Pulp Fiction

    77 48.13%
  • Reservoir Dogs

    18 11.25%
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    Django unchained has been watched , while its a good film its still not one of Tarantino's best. Worth a watch and a good western, if you like westerns and violence watch it.

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    I voted Pulp Fiction, although I couldn't watch Django Unchained yet.
    I would say your poll is missing Grindhouse - Death Proof. Not a great loss, though.

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    Kill Bill.

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    Pulp Fiction. Amazing movie and one of my all time best.

    I watched Django last night and thought it was really good and probably one of the best films iv seen for a while but it's not on the level of Pulp Fiction for me.

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    Pulp Fiction > Inglourious Bastards > Reservoir Dogs for me.
    Found Kill Bill fun but not as good as the others.
    Jackie Brown was pretty fun too.

    Haven't seen Django Unchained yet but you guys make me wanna watch it asap! Not sure if cinema or download.

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    hard to pick between Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, but Pulp Fiction was a phenomenon for a reason

    I don't think I could watch Django, I've seen too many westerns and I fear what Tarantino would do to the genre

    and Death Proof is feature length, no reason to leave it out

  7. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by draynay View Post
    I don't think I could watch Django, I've seen too many westerns and I fear what Tarantino would do to the genre
    You're missing out. He does a good job of blending the spirit of Western films with the unique style you see in Tarantino films.

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    Pulp Fiction all the way. :3 Just the intertwining of all the storyline.

    That, and 'if any of you fucking pricks move and I'll execute every motherfucking last one of you'. *cut to opening* credits. Makes me smile every time.

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    I am probably in a minority here but I am not a fan of Tarentino. Pulp Fiction was good but the rest don't do it for me.

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    I chose kill bill because dem feet scenes

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    Havent seen Django yet =/
    Voted Reservoir Dogs, though I like em all.

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    I haven't really seen too much of those movies except for the Kill Bill movies and Inglorious Basterds in which I picked Inglorious Basterds. I loved that movie, was one of the best movies of it's year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Memory View Post
    I voted Pulp Fiction, although I couldn't watch Django Unchained yet.
    I would say your poll is missing Grindhouse - Death Proof. Not a great loss, though.
    I mentioned only putting up his feature-films [a full-length movie] with his crew he usually works with. That's why I left out Death Proof, Four Rooms, True Romance etc

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    I haven't seen Django Unchained yet, but I voted Pulp Fiction.

    I like the story structure more than his other films, and I think it's probably got the best ensemble cast out of all of them.

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    Pulp Fiction > Reservoir Dogs > Django Unchained > Inglourious Basterds > Jackie Brown > Kill Bill

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    voted for pulp fiction, i just dont think any of the others are as good

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    Quote Originally Posted by wynnyelle View Post
    You're missing out. He does a good job of blending the spirit of Western films with the unique style you see in Tarantino films.
    I don't want that, I don't want that at all

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    Reservoir Dogs for me.
    I think it's Steve Buscemi bitching about tipping that seals the deal
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    Best Film of his? Pulp Fiction. Best character? Hans Landa, by far. All of his movies get better with repeated viewings. Djanga Unchained was the most fun film I saw all year...absolutely loved it. I have a hard time separating any of the movies of his I like, Pulp Fictions, Reservoir Dogs, Inglorious Basterds, and Django Unchained being the films of his I like. I was not a fan really of the Kill Bill movies. Also, he was an uncredited writer for Crimson Tide, one of my favorite movies of the 90s. He injected all of the witty dialogue in that movie and really makes it pop for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by draynay View Post
    I don't want that, I don't want that at all
    Suit yourself!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kerath View Post
    Reservoir Dogs for me.
    I think it's Steve Buscemi bitching about tipping that seals the deal
    Easily my favorite scene in that movie. Reservoir Dogs is also one of my all time favorites. I may have to break it out later tonight. It's been a while!

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