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    The guy is a genius. Pulp Fiction is probably in my top 3 movies of all time and I never get bored with it. Ditto both Kill Bills (can't pick between them). Inglorious Bastards is worth it for Brad Pitt's "Bonjoowah" alone and Django Unchained warrants several viewings to pick up the subtle touches. And then there's Reservoir Dogs. Like I say, QT is a genius.
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    Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill Vol. 1, Django, and Reservoir Dogs are my favorite movies by him...I can watch them over & over.
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    Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Reservoir Dogs, Django - in that order. I never made it through Inglorious Basterds because of Brad Pitt.

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    I love the Pulp Fiction soundtrack too. Counting flowers on the wall, they don't bother me at all...
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    ^Yes, his soundtracks are really good.
    I love Pulp Fiction. It has great dialogues. It's a classic for me.
    I like Reservoir Dogs and Jackie Brown as well, but I don't know about Kill Bill.
    Haven't seen the rest.

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    I also have the soundtrack...I still listen to it after all these years.
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    I love him so much. I could listen to him just talk about movies and music. I love the whole thing about Top Gun he does.
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    He is my favorite director. I still haven't seen Django yet, but I'm sure that I will LOVE it as I do all of his movies. I too have the pulp fiction soundtrack.
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    he's a fantastic director. count me in on the qt love bandwagon.
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    Count me in, too. In fact, I've gone one further on here before and talked about how hot I thought he was back in his From Dusk Till Dawn days.

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    I love all his movies and I just saw Django on the weekend and loved it ("the D is silent, hillbilly") but Quentin attempting an Australian accent was hilariously bad.
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    I like almost all of his movies, but I prefer his older ones the best. I love Pulp Fiction, True Romance, Natural Born Killers, Four Rooms, Reservoir Dogs.

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    Oh cringe, his Orrssy accent was pretty excruciating. I spotted fair dinkum Aussie John Jowett (Wolf Creek) in that scene too.

    I won't post spoilers here but anyone who hasn't seen Django should be prepared for some extreme blood and gore but if you're a QT fan you should be used to that by now LOL. You also get a glimpse of Jamie Foxx's dick as a bonus.
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    I love him for Pulp Fiction

    I love him for writing True Romance.

    Mrs. Mohandas loves him for the soundtrack for Kill Bill.

    I love him for the card game in "Inglourious Basterds"

    I love him for Gogo Yubari, who looks like a really pissed-off version of my SIL
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoogsBun View Post
    I like almost all of his movies, but I prefer his older ones the best. I love Pulp Fiction, True Romance, Natural Born Killers, Four Rooms, Reservoir Dogs.
    I forgot about his writing credits. I think I've seen Natural Born Killers a dozen times. Love True Romance as well.

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