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Quentin Tarantino Movies Quiz

Name the movies directed by Quentin Tarantino.
Through July 26, 2019
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First submittedOctober 11, 2012
Last updatedMay 8, 2019
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Year
Movie
2019
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
2015
The Hateful Eight
2012
Django Unchained
2009
Inglourious Basterds
2004
Kill Bill: vol. 2
Year
Movie
2003
Kill Bill: vol. 1
1997
Jackie Brown
1994
Pulp Fiction
1992
Reservoir Dogs
Half of a Double-Feature
2007
Death Proof
 
 
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1995
Four Rooms
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level 39
Dec 25, 2012
he also was a special guest director for sin city, he directed the scene with Dwight and Jackie Boy in the car
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level 43
Mar 21, 2015
Also for ER.
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level 83
Sep 23, 2015
But ER isn't a movie.
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level 32
Dec 26, 2012
And he also directed My Best Friend's Birthday, of which only fragments remained... Trivia for fans...
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level 41
Dec 28, 2012
8, never heard of 4 rooms. was looking for his films once again on line only a few hours ago!! nomention of 4 rooms on that website. bad luck!
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level 75
May 8, 2019
I saw Four Rooms when it came out, but couldn't remember how many rooms were in the title. Had to guess feeling like Dr. Seuss - one room, two rooms, red rooms, blue rooms...
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level 75
May 8, 2019
Don't know how well it's aged but I remember it being cute and theatrical. Tim Roth is great as the feckless and exasperated bellhop.
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level 79
Jul 25, 2019
It’s not a terrible movie, but the first two segments are not as good as the last two, which were the ones directed by Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez. I think they’re very enjoyable segments and I wish the first half of the movie was like that, but the first part was weird and the second one didn’t make sense. If I were to watch it again I’d just skip to the part with Antonio Banderas and his kids and keep it going from there.
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level 48
Jan 16, 2013
Typed Django and it wouldn't accept. I forgot it was called Django Unchained....
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level ∞
Sep 7, 2015
Django will work now
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level 76
Feb 13, 2013
oh man how did I forget Basterds... great movie.. I got everything else even Four Rooms.
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level 76
Jan 8, 2016
Got it this time. Saw the Hateful Eight during the special roadshow presentation.
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level 43
Dec 8, 2016
Man hateful eight was just superb. The soundtracking especially
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level 67
May 12, 2019
Not a fan of 'Basterds'. It's a personal opinion but I don't like people/films rewriting history. Especially something like the Second World War. It just feels like trivialising or airbrushing out the suffering and deaths of too many people. I may well be in a small minority on this one, but like I said, it's just a personal opinion. It was a great mivie right up until the point Quentin started to change history.
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level 76
Jul 18, 2019
I don't know. The way most historical films work they just completely rewrite history anyway but then they present it in a way that convinces the audience that what they are seeing is factual, when it's not. Basterds is so far removed from the history that everyone knows that I feel like this is actually better. Pretty much everyone is going to understand that it's not meant to be a true story but is actually just historical fantasy. Sort of like Captain America punching out Hitler on the cover of his first comic book.
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level 66
Jul 25, 2019
I saw Basterds with an ex-housemate. Leaving the cinema she said, "I didn't know that's how Hitler died". Perfect end to the film.
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level 71
Mar 11, 2014
Hard to believe Pulp Fiction is 20 years old...
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level 68
May 13, 2019
Even harder to believe it's been 25 years now.
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level 28
Jun 26, 2019
imagine someone replies to you in the year 2024
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level 72
Oct 2, 2014
true romance also was written by T
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level 41
Oct 18, 2014
he also wrote From Dusk Till Dawn, but this is limited to directing
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level 67
Dec 8, 2016
Yeah, I wasted about a minute trying "from dusk till dawn," "dusk till dawn," "dusk til dawn," and just about every other variation. I finally gave up and moved on, but I was surprised to see he didn't direct it when I looked it up.
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level 68
Nov 7, 2017
Same here. I always forget that he didn't direct it, and get surprised all over again when it doesn't work on this quiz.
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level 58
Nov 29, 2015
Great quiz. Big fan of QT
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level 83
Jan 8, 2016
Writing =/= Directing
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level 51
Jan 10, 2016
Shot one scene in Sin City too
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level 69
Jan 12, 2016
Should Dusk Till Dawn be added for actor credits?
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level 49
Oct 21, 2016
Almost the last one I thought was Jackie Brow -- which I watched two days ago. And tried True Romance three times, though I know perfectly well it was Romero.
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level 48
Oct 24, 2016
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level 59
Mar 17, 2017
Tarantino is easily the most overrated director in history.
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level 68
Nov 7, 2017
I would give that dubious honor to Stanley Kubrick, personally.
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level 72
Apr 11, 2018
Thank you for that objective and unbiased observation.
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level 76
Sep 20, 2018
He's definitely overrated, and so is Kubrick, but I don't know about deserving the title of "most overrated." Not easily. I personally like most of Tarantino's stuff even if he is overrated. My pick for most overrated director in history might have to go to Jim Jarmusch. He's not as famous as Tarantino, but he's generally well regarded, and his films are absolute garbage. M Night Shayamalan around 1999-2001 would be another top contender but I think at this point everyone agrees that he sucks and The Sixth Sense was just a fluke, so you can't really call him overrated anymore.
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level 85
May 8, 2019
I'll be berated for this, but I think Woody Allen is the most overrated director. Not because he's the worst, but because he's that much worse than his general regard. But, of course, it's all a matter of opinion. My personal way of looking at it is simply, "would this movie be better/worse/no different with a different director?" I would argue that nearly every one of his movies is in the no different category, which makes them very well written, not well directed.
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level 76
May 9, 2019
I agree on Jarmusch, although I do really like Ghost Dog. Is Woody Allen generally well regarded these days? He used to be, but most of his current crop, besides Midnight in Paris and Blue Jasmine, has been very poorly reviewed where I live.
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level 60
Jul 25, 2019
I agree about Woody Allen. I never understood all the hype, even before everyone found out what a sleaze he is. Midnight in Paris is really good, but it is the only film of his I have ever liked, and I've tried to watch like eight others, including his most lauded efforts. It's all very self-absorbed.
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level 69
Jul 25, 2019
I like most of his movies but you're right that Woody Allen is a bit overrated. He makes movies about intellectuals, which doesn't mean that they are very intellectually profound in themselves. The Purple Rose of Cairo is great though.
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level 63
Jul 25, 2019
He is overrated by a few fanboys (as are a lot of “cultural brands” these days), but he has far too many detractors to be called overrated in general.
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level 60
Jul 25, 2019
Nonsense. Tarantino is fantastic. He is not overrated. He is overrepresented in the pop culture discussion because he is the rare director whose work can be enjoyed on both a superficial level and an intellectual level. He's one of very few people who can appeal to both the Paul Thomas Anderson crowd and the Michael Bay crowd. It seems reactionary to me to say he is overrated. People just get sick of hearing about him, but that does diminish his talent or his accomplishments.
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level 60
Jul 25, 2019
...does *not* diminish his talent, that is.
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level 63
Jul 25, 2019
Does anybody know what Tarantino being the “presenter” for Hero actually entails?
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level 60
Jul 25, 2019
I think it was a foreign-language film that no US distributor wanted to bother with, but Tarantino thought it was awesome and he really wanted US audiences to see it, so he championed it and convinced some company to release it here. Part of the agreement was that he put his name on it and endorse it to convince people to go. So basically he just really liked the movie and agreed to put his name on it so that the studio could be confident it would earn its money back.