Inside The Screen_ Why These Quentin Tarantino Movies You Need Now

Inside The Screen: Why These Quentin Tarantino Movies You Need Now

Quentin Tarantino Movies to make your adventure muse pop out!

This is a promising edition of Inside the Screen. When looking up Quentin Tarantino, there are plenty of choices when it comes to masterpieces of cinema so, we edited it out a bit and found out the best three movies of the director, complicated personality and all. The Quentin Tarantino movies that are a legend by itself by now.


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Kill Bill


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One of the many critically acclaims of the movie director, Kill Bill had its own life with volume 1, 2 and 3. One of the masterpieces of Quentin Tarantino, the three-part movie series is worth watching because of the life it breathed into the modern era of cinema. Provocative, deliciously sinful with thrills going down your spine, the fascinating yet fastidious way of storytelling of the trilogy will absorb all your future time.

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Django Unchained


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One of the recent films of Tarantino, Django Unchained is the southwestern movie you’ve been longing for and didn’t know. The first movie not edited by Sally Manke who died in 2010, it still turned out to be a major success across the globe. When it comes to details, it even becomes more special and authentic then what it really is. With costume design inspired by spaghetti westerns and other works of art it even had some Bonanza nuances into it.

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Inglourious Basterds


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A co-production between Germany and the United States, did you know that the original script was made in 1998? Right after the ending of Kill Bill Vol.1. Even though it only went into screen time in 2009, the film is filled with inspirations from here on there. Inspired by the film of Enzo G. Castellari of 1078, the director is filled with quirks and style and the complicated personality of Tarantino itself. When explaining the name of the movie the director claims “The Basterds? That’s just the way you say it: Basterds.”

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