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Quentin Tarantino names the best movie he's ever made

Quentin Tarantino names the best movie he's ever made

This is certainly... surprising.

In a press interview to promote his new collection of essays, director Quentin Tarantino has at long last revealed the film that he considers to be his best work, and the answer will certainly surprise you.

To pick only one film from the storied career of Tarantino is a toughie. Reservoir Dogs was his first feature and it was an extremely strong showing, establishing tropes that we would then see in Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown and the Kill Bill series. Each of these two have their own iconic scenes and even the more recent films from Tarantino have still been hits, like Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, The Hateful Eight, and Django Unchained.

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Before anyone rolls up their sleeves, no, I've not forgotten about Inglourious Basterds. I just needed a decent segue. And who cares what I think when we have the definitive answer from the man himself? Speaking on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show (via Variety), he didn't shy away from specifying which one is the best film he's ever made.

“For years people used to ask me stuff like that,” he said. “And I would say something like, ‘Oh, they’re all my children.’ I really do think Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is my best movie.”

Eh? Really? I mean. It made a lot of money, with 10 Academy Award nominations across Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Original Screenplay and more, with Brad Pitt winning Best Supporting Actor and Barbara Ling and Nancy Haigh snagging Best Production Design. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a good film, but it's not the first one that comes to mind when someone says "Tarantino." He's the expert, though, I suppose.

Featured Image Credit: Miramax Films

Topics: TV And Film