Quentin Tarantino Says He Will Retire Sometime Soon, Hopes ‘Death Proof’ Is The Worst Movie He Ever Makes
If you’re a regular reader you might already know that I’m a Tarantino stan. Been posting trailers for Django Unchained for months now and seeing as we’re closing in on its release, it only makes sense for QT to hit the media circuit to promote his project. Of all crazy banter the (usually drunk?) director generally has on these press tours, I can say honestly that I didn’t expect him to mention retirement. Looks like the digital world is killing some of the analog stars.
Anyway, here is the definitive Top 7 Quentin Tarantino Directed Films List. Full-length features only. DO NOT QUESTION ME.
7. Jackie Brown- He didn’t write this one, so maybe that’s why it was a little off and why he’s hesitant to say it was his worst. Still a very solid movie, and that scene with Bobby Deniro nailing the surfer chick in the kitchen is classic.
6. Death Proof – I liked Death Proof, don’t care what this dude says. Yeah, it could be his worst, but a movie with lapdances, car chases, and Rosario Dawson can only be so bad.
4. Kill Bill: Vol 2 – Stronger than original I thought. Dynamic between Beatrix, Bill, and their daughter was key. Plus she got buried alive and got kicked around by an old Chinese man.
2. Inglorious Basterds – Such an underrated movie in my book. Opening scene is a masterpiece. And trust me, I use that word a lot.