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Poll: What is your favorite Quentin Tarantino film, other than Pulp Fiction?

Poll: What is your favorite Quentin Tarantino film, other than Pulp Fiction?

It’s always a good year when Quentin Tarantino has a film on the schedule. In 2012, the world was graced with his latest film Django Unchained, a film that won Christoph Waltz an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. The film itself was nominated for Best Picture too, among having other nominations. So, what’s in store for us this year and The Hateful Eight? Well, we’ll be discussing it on Episode 150 this weekend and we are hoping to see similar results as we are big Tarantino fans ourselves.

At any rate, he’s also inspiration for our poll this week. We understand that Pulp Fiction isn’t everyone’s favorite Tarantino film but a lot of people love it and we do think it’d win this poll in true fashion. Maybe were wrong but for the sake of argument we are going to leave it off this week’s poll, in which were asking, what is your favorite Quentin Tarantino film?

Vote now!

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  1. Alonzo Amadeus Warlow

    I don’t know if this will be read but I wanted to say that I chose Inglourious Basterds as my favorite for just the first scene. That scene is the entire reason why Quentin Tarantino is a great filmmaker. Everything from the writing, the direction, the cinematography, the acting, and the musical score. It’s absolutely flawless. It’s by far one of my Top 3 favorite scenes in a film.

    • InSession Film

      Hey Alonzo, thanks for the comment! And I agree, that scene is by far one of Tarantino’s best and I agree Basterds is a great film. You can’t go wrong with that reasoning. Christop Waltz is magical in that scene.