Quentin Tarantino reveals his top 20 fave movies
Being a genius director himself, Quentin Tarantino knows how to appreciate other directors’ brilliant work.
In his list of 20 favorite movies that’ve come out in the last 17 years from 1992 to 2009 are the films that he admires the most and the movies that have been released since he started making movies himself.
It wasn’t surprising to hear that Tarantino is a big fan of Japanese and Korean directors and their movies make the most of the list, basically. Now we all know the source of Quentin’s inspiration.
This information is must-have for all those who dream to see themselves in the director’s chair some day or simply for those who don’t know what movie to watch tonight. Anyways, hope it’s helpful!
So here are Quentin Tarantino’s top 20 favorite movies in the last two decades:
20. Unbreakable (“Bruce Willis’s best performance on film”)
19. Team America
17. Shaun of the Dead (“my favorite British movie”)
16. Police Story 3 (“the greatest stunts ever”)
15. Memories of Murder
14. The Matrix (“Matrix 2 and 3 ruined the original mythology”)
13. Lost in Translation
12. Joint Security Area
11. The Insider
10. The Host (“absolutely wonderful Korean monster movie”)
8. Fight Club
7. Dogville (“one of the greatest scripts ever written for film”)
6. Dazed & Confused (“the greatest hang out movie ever made”)
5. Boogie Nights
4. The Blade
3. Audition (“true masterpiece”)
2. Woody Allen’s Anything Else
1. Battle Royale
- QUENTIN TARANTINO
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