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 Posted: Mon Aug 19th, 2019 09:53 pm
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Citizen of nowhere

Joined: Wed Dec 12th, 2007
Location: Parts Unknown
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As far as ranking them, I'll leave Death Proof to one side as it's supposed to be a B-movie. It's fun for what it is, though. After that, apart from Pulp and Dogs at the top and Hateful 8 at the bottom, I can't really separate the others meaningfully. The last half hour of Django really drag it down, and Jackie Brown being based on an Elmore Leonard novel mean it doesn't quite have the Tarantino feel of his other movies. He's been the last cinema auteur who can still make a dent at the box office for many many years now, which is quite depressing when you think about it.