Tarantino is best filmmaker his generation

Cesar, Critic

Quentin Tarantino is the best filmmaker of our generation. From notable movies of Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill Vol 1&2, Jackie Brown and many more, Quentin Taritino has made more than a name for himself in the film industry.

Tarantino is best known for his dialogue, violence, soundtrack, and references to pop culture. Tarantino writes scenes for his movies while listening to music. He has had songs from Chuck Berry, Nancy Sinatra, Charlie Feathers, Stealers Wheel and many more in his movies soundtracks. While creating Kill Bill Tarantino personally picked Rza from Wu-Tang Clan to produce the soundtrack because of their shared love for kung fu movies.

Tarantino’s dialogue seems so effortless and smooth. He creates conversations that seem real and how people would actually react to the scenarios they are experiencing. When it comes to violence no one does it like Tarantino. In the ending fight scene for Kill Bill instead of editing out some of the blood because the MPAA said  it would have been too gruesome, Tarantino just changed the whole fight scene to black and white to be able to show his movie. ”Black-and-white did make the movie go down easier,” said Tarantino.

Not only is Tarantino an academy award winning director he is also an actor and screenwriter. His notable appearances in movies are Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, From Dusk Till Dawn, and Django Unchained. Tarantino’s screenplays have also gained a lot of popularity. Some of his most notable screenplays are Natural Born Killers, Hostel, Hostel Part 2, and From Dusk Till Dawn. 

Tarantino was able to win “Best Original Screenplay” for both Pulp Fiction, Django Unchained, and Once Upon A TIme In Hollywood. He has also won many “Best Writing Awards” Tarantino has had 169 wins and 284 nominations. Tarantino has won awards from “Academy Awards,” “Golden Globes,” “BAFTA Awards”, and many more.

 From Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Jackie Brown, The Hateful Eight and many more, Tarantino has more than proved himself to be talented and the best of our generation.