Quentin Tarantino Movie Trivia

Can you answer these questions about movies directed by Quentin Tarantino?
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Who has starred in five Quentin Tarantino movies?
Samuel L. Jackson
Who is the only person to appear on-screen in more?
Quentin Tarantino
What director did Tarantino collaborate with for the double feature "Planet Terror"?
Robert Rodriguez
What song is being discussed at the beginning of "Reservoir Dogs"?
Like a Virgin
Who starred as Mr. Pink?
Steve Buscemi
What doesn't Mr. Pink normally do at a restaurant?
Tip
What do they call a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Paris?
Royale with Cheese
Why do they call it that?
Metric System
What type of drink costs $5 at Jack Rabbit Slim's?
Milkshake
In "Pulp Fiction", who only needs 10 minutes to get to a place that's 30 minutes away?
The Wolf
Who starred as Jackie Brown?
Pam Grier
What is the Bride's real name?
Beatrix Kiddo
And what is her assassin code name? (hint: Kobe Bryant)
Black Mamba
What is Sergeant Donny Donowitz also known as?
The Bear Jew
What is the name of Monsieur Candie's plantation?
Candyland
What is the name of Django's wife?
Broomhilda
What person's unflattering portrayal in "Once Upon a Time in Hollwood" caused
the movie to be banned in China?
Bruce Lee
What "family" were the villains in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
The Manson Family
 
Fill in the Blank
Deadly Viper Assassination Squad
And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance
Django. The D is silent.
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Level 61
Apr 9, 2014
If you like this quiz then you'll probably like one of mine: http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/66970/100-greatest-film-performances-of-all-time
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Level 80
Apr 14, 2014
Took me a while to figure out Samuel L Jackson. He tends to show up in a lot of things. His (recently) unprecedented contract with Marvel Studios for 9 separate films helped make him the most recent addition to my recurring role actors quiz.
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Level 52
May 28, 2015
I should have done a little better, good quiz!
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Level 64
Oct 6, 2015
actually it's royal with cheese (or royal cheese) no final "e"
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Level 66
Feb 25, 2016
Yep, it should be at least accepted without the -e. I typed it that way and lost the point :-(
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Level ∞
Feb 4, 2020
Royal will work now
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Level 74
Feb 10, 2016
Maybe a little wiggle room for Broomhilda (Brumhilda, Bromhilda, with or without the "h"...)? Tried pretty much everything except the right one...
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Level 55
Jan 26, 2017
^This.
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Level ∞
Feb 4, 2020
I dumbed it down a little so only the Broom will be required now.
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Level 31
Apr 17, 2019
Shake for Milkshake should be also accepted i think....
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Level ∞
Feb 4, 2020
Ok
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Level ∞
Feb 4, 2020
There are no "Hateful Eight" questions because that was his worst movie in my opinion. It was so boring I barely got through it. At some point you just hope all the characters die already since that's the only way the movie is guaranteed to end. Good soundtrack though.
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Level 83
Feb 4, 2020
Ah, but it is one of the five movies Samuel L. Jackson starred in. So in a way it is mentioned here, albeit indirectly.
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Level 83
Feb 26, 2020
Also, if you count both Kill Bills as separate movies, then Michael Madsen has also appeared in five Tarantino movies.

And actually, Jackson was in six movies if you count his narrator cameo in Inglourious Basterds.

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Level 72
Feb 26, 2020
I found that the Hateful Eight was a lot more boring to people that had already seen Reservoir Dogs than to those that hadn’t seen it, which I bet is due to similarities in plot. It was still much better than Hollywood though, which I found completely boring (but there were still some good scenes of course).
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Level 65
Feb 26, 2020
Hateful Eight is probably my least favorite of his too...but I still thought it was pretty good. I was very bored the first time, but the second viewing was a lot more interesting. It's tough for any director to do (almost) an entire film in one room, but I think it really hamstrings a lot of what makes Tarantino's movies so special. It's hard to cultivate that simultaneously violent/playful/ironic tone with such a strict geographic and spatial limitation. There were so many people in that room, and so much hostility among all of them, that it was impossible to have any of the wry back-and-forth that Tarantino is usually so good at.
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Level 80
Mar 1, 2020
I thought Hateful Eight and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood were both great... least favorite for me were Death Proof and Jackie Brown. Or 4 Rooms if that counts. From Dusk til Dawn by a mile if we count films he acted in but didn't direct. Pulp Fiction is the most overrated IMO but it was alright. Django and Basterds are probably my two favorites, but the first Kill Bill was also good.
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Level 78
Feb 4, 2020
The double feature was called Grindhouse . Planet Terror was one half of it, Death Proof the other.
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Level 57
Feb 26, 2020
Zoe Bell has been in more than five Tarantino movies. She was on screen in Kill Bill ( as Uma Thruman's stuntwoman ), Death Proof, Inglourious Basterds, Django, Hateful Eight and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
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Level 67
Feb 26, 2020
I tried "Candieland" before "Candyland." It just seems like that should work, considering that's the spelling of his last name.
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Level 65
Feb 27, 2020
I typed in "feet" before I even read any questions. I just figured they had to be in the answers somewhere. but, nope.
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Level 45
May 12, 2020
I didn't read the questions in chronological order and I was going to guess Tarantino anyway but I didn't for some reason otherwise I would've gotten that