Every Quentin Tarantino Film Ranked from Worst to Best

Nick Kush

A current college student, Nick founded MovieBabble in October of 2016 in order to grow his own movie knowledge as well as share his own thoughts with others in a streamlined fashion. As MovieBabble continues to grow, Nick hopes to one day become a reputable critic that many turn to first for a quality movie review.

25 Responses

  1. Jason says:

    Great post idea. For me (going from best to worst) it’d probably be something like:

    Pulp Fiction (1994)
    Reservoir Dogs (1992)
    Kill Bill (2003-4)
    Death Proof (2007)
    Jackie Brown (1997)
    Inglourious Basterds (2009)

    Pulp Fiction is one of my all-time tip-top favorites but I also really like Reservoir Dogs. Kill Bill and Death Proof come next as way above average (and on other days I might flip their order – they’re so clearly not top or bottom for me that I know they go there, but so different that deciding between them is weird). Jackie Brown was only okay but I still like it. I actually didn’t like Basterds at all and haven’t seen the two since. (Not really interested in Tarantino “revisonist Westerns.” Tarantino probably needs to work in something approximating the present or at least in the ballpark of his own lifetime.)

    • MovieBabble says:

      I could see where the revisionist history thing may bother you. They add humor to some pretty dark plot points (which works for me) and get a little absurd, but I enjoy that quite a bit. It always come down to personal preference in the end!

  2. Kanesha says:

    I have tried several times to sit through Reservoir Dogs bur couldn’t make it.

  3. Karandi says:

    My favourites would be a toss up between Inglorious Bastards and Kill Bill.

  4. Pulp Fiction would be my #1 but #2 is Reservoir Dogs.

    • MovieBabble says:

      If you would’ve talked to me a week ago that might have been my choice too! It’s hard to distinguish his movies sometimes so you kind of have to go off of how you feel at that particular moment when making the list.

      • Too true. I often qualify any top ten list of food, drink, movie, music and books with the statement, “It varies with my mood and my needs.” Thanks for an enjoyable post. Cheers

  5. raistlin0903 says:

    Nice one, I myself am not a huge Tarantino fan, but I do admit that he has made some great films. I loved Jackie Brown, and totally agree that it is a very underrated film.

  6. mireiadarko says:

    By the way, can I suggest a movie? If you haven’t reviewed Big Eyes yet, please do it if you want to 🙂

  7. That’s some hard work you did right there mate! I can only imagine how many hours 🕝 or days it must have took to come up with that list, finally. 😀

    The result speak for itself! ✔️💯

    Very well done! 👍😏👊

  8. mireiadarko says:

    That’s pretty good! I think I wouldn’t’ve been able to rank them, most of them are true masterpieces

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