Quentin Tarantino lists his 20 favorite movies since he started directing in 1992

Love him or hate him; Quentin’s got taste:

Quentin Tarantino lists his 20 favorite movies since he started directing in 1992. He doesn’t have them in any particular order other than alphabetical, except for his number 1 pick – Battle Royale

You can watch the entire Battle Royale on YouTube in 11 parts… But don’t be a jizztoothed gouch about it, be a homowner and get the movie out! Because it really is Japanese Awesomeness at its best:

And I love the first Matrix also Quentin, I thought and still find it very entertaining. But have you not seen Dark City? A movie with a little more depth that the Wachowski’s Matrix obviously had stolen connotations to…

As a matter of fact I’m taking some of your post-blogspace-thunder Tarantino with the intention of recommending you also see/get DARK CITY haHA!

Quentin Tarantino’s List:

Battle Royale – Directed by Kinji Fukasaku (2000)
Anything Else – Directed by Woody Allen (2003)
Audition – Directed by Takashi Miike (1999)
Blade – Directed by Stephen Norrington (1998)
Boogie Nights – Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson (1997)
Dazed & Confused – Directed by Richard Linklater (1993)
Dogville – Directed by Lars von Trier (2003)
Fight Club – Directed by David Fincher (1999)
Fridays – Directed by F. Gary Gray (1995)
The Host – Directed by Bong Joon-ho (2006)
The Insider – Directed by Michael Mann (1999)
Joint Security Area – Directed by Chan-wook Park (2000)
Lost In Translation – Directed by Sofia Coppola (2003)
The Matrix – Directed by Wachowski Brother (1999)
Memories of Murder – Directed by Bong Joon-ho (2003)
Police Story 3 – Directed by Stanley Tong (1996)
Shaun of the Dead – Directed by Edgar Wright (2004)
Speed – Directed by Jan de Bont (1994)
Team America – Directed by Trey Parker (2004)
Unbreakable – Directed by M. Night Shyamalan (2000)

!ARG that took a long time to type!

~ by Fionnlagh on August 19, 2009.

One Response to “Quentin Tarantino lists his 20 favorite movies since he started directing in 1992”

  1. funny pulp fiction parody

    have you seen it?

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