Neither Pulp Fiction nor Inglourious Basterds: Quentin Tarantino chose his best movie

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Quentin Tarantino came out to leave revealing statements and one of them was the choice of his best film. While some might have guessed, it comes as a surprise to many.

Neither Pulp Fiction nor Inglourious Basterds: Quentin Tarantino chose his best movie.
© GettyNeither Pulp Fiction nor Inglourious Basterds: Quentin Tarantino chose his best movie.

In recent decades, cinematography has mutated into a specific mode of production with great sagas or remakes, but there are those who have opted for original stories from the hand of their own script. It is so Quentin Tarantino He made an impact in Hollywood and became one of the most acclaimed and beloved directors in recent times. His filmography has great works, but he just chose one above the rest.

Reservoir Dogs It was his first tape and he quickly attracted attention with a proposal in which blood was the main condiment. Later, pulp fiction it positioned him in the industry and managed to win the Oscar for best original screenplay. That’s how they came laterJackie Brown, Kill Bill, Death Proof, Inglourious Basterds, Django UnchainedY The Hateful Eight. However, none of these titles is better than Once Upon a Time in Hollywood according to the filmmaker.

In a recent interview with Variety, tarantino He was consulted about his best film and mentioned that it is a recurring question and he always answers that he loves everyone equally, but now he stated: “I truly believe that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is my best film”. The film was released in 2019 and received a total of ten nominations at the Oscars, where Brad Pitt won his for best supporting actor.

Let’s remember that the plot is set at the end of the 60s and it is curious how he has talked about the connection of modern cinema with that of the 80s and 50s. “While the ’80s was probably the time I saw the most movies in my life, at least as far as going to the movies goes, I think ’80s cinema is, along with the ’50s, the worst era in history. from Hollywood”he mentioned in the conversation. There he also made it clear: “Matched only for now, matched by the current age”.

On the other hand, he noted: “The movies that don’t fit are the ones that stand out from the rest in today’s era”. This mentioned against the big superhero franchises today like Marvel or DC Comics, two brands that I would never be a part of. Quentin He prefers to focus on his own and recently said that he will launch his first series in 2023, although at the moment there are no details.

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