Quentin Tarantino

Quentin Tarantino is an award-winning film maker praised for his sharp dialogue and abnormally large forehead.)

No CGI here, folks

Just The Facts

  1. Inventor of Red Apple cigarettes
  2. Arch-nemesis: Spike Lee
  3. Owns the title for creepiest foot fetish in Hollywood

The Films

Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Quentin Tarantino's 1992 debut movie is about a jewel heist gone wrong when the police show up unexpectedly, causing the robbers to suspect foul play within their group. Featuring quite the colorful cast, Reservoir Dogs is perhaps best remembered for cracking the code behind Madonna's Like a Virgin; wherein they explain that it is merely a metaphor for big dicks. Also, this.

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Arguably his best film to date, Pulp Fiction came out in 1994, showing the world the possible distance a golden watch could travel up one's bum. It is known for being the first piece of cinema to ever include rape, a samurai sword, Bruce Willis and a gimp together in one scene. It taught a very valuable lesson, explaining the drastic dangers of giving another man's wife a foot massage. The word "fuck" is mentioned 265 times, as demonstrated here.

Jackie Brown (1997)

Based off the novel, Rum Punch, by crime novelist Elmore Leonard, Jackie Brown, a homage to blaxploitation films, tells the tale of a bunch of black people saying nigger and attempting to steal some money, and a few white people who are sort of just there. The movie helped revitalize Pam Grier's career, such as gaining the privilege to play Eddie Murphy's mother in the hit film, the Adventures of Pluto Nash.

Kill Bill (2003-2004)

A four hour long revenge flick -- divided into two volumes --  involving samurai swords, yellow things, and blood, Kill Bill pays homages to martial art movies and spaghetti westerns. It stars Uma Thurman as a pregnant bride who is shot in the face and awakes from a coma four years later, with only one thing on her mind: vengeance. Oh, and to bite the tongue off the man who is currently raping her. It has been criticized for its excess use of violence, which can be viewed here for your own sick demented pleasure.

Death Proof (2007)

Released along side Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror as a double-feature Grindhouse experience, Death Proof is a movie about a stunt car that is literally death proof. While watching this movie, expect to find a car chase, and dialogue. Lots and lots of dialogue. And then some more dialogue. There is also alcohol, which is followed by dialogue.

Inglourious Basterds (2009)

Tarantino's new film, set to be released in the US and UK August 21, 2009, is about a group of angry Jewish basterds on the hunt for Nazi scalps. There is not much else to say of this movie that will have the same impact as the previous sentence, so this plot synopsis will now end.