Quentin Tarantino’s Favorite Films

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An exhaustive list of the favorite films of iconic filmmaker Quentin Tarantino are examined below.  Tarantino is currently filming his ninth film (he treats Kill Bill – Volumes 1 & 2 as one film), Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, which will reportedly center around the 1969 Manson Family murders.  The film will star Leonardo DiCaprio as a former Western film star, struggling to find success in Hollywood; Brad Pitt as DiCaprio’s character’s stunt double and friend; and Margot Robbie in a yet to be disclosed role.
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TARANTINO’S FAVORITE FILMS

The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

Rio Bravo

Five Fingers of Death

Taxi Driver

His Girl Friday

Rolling Thunder

Dazed and Confused

They All Laughed

The Great Escape

Carrie

Coffy

Apocalypse Now

Jaws

The Host

Hi Diddle Diddle

The Bad News Bears

Pretty Maids All In A Row (1971)

Sorcerer (1977)

It Follows

There Will Be Blood

We previously examined the favorite films of filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson: Paul Thomas Anderson – Favorite Films

The Beaver

Enter The Void

Hugo

Boogie Nights

Drinking Buddies

Once Upon A Time In The West

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

Dawn of the Dead

Halloween

Night Of The Living Dead

The Mack

Girl From Starship Venus

The Last House on the Left

Master of the Flying Guillotine

Street Fighter

The Psychic

Thriller: They Call Her One Eye

The Lady in Red

Suspiria – Uncut

Kung Fu Classic – Hammer of Gods

Savage Seven

For a Few Dollars More

Django

The Pom Pom Girls

The Mercenary – aka A Professional Gun (Il mercenario)

A Fistful of Dollars

Navajo Joe

Friday

JSA: Joint Security Area (English Subtitled)

Dogville

Anything Else

The Insider

Audition

Lost in Translation

The Matrix

Shaun of the Dead

Memories of Murder

Team America World Police

Fight Club

Police Story 3 – Super Cop

The above-list was compiled via the following sources: polls submitted by Tarantino to the British Film Institute (2002 & 2012), a 2017 Tarantino interview with IndieWire, an interview with GrindHouseDatabase.com, Spaghetti-Western.net, and the below interview with Sky Movies:

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