There are few modern filmmakers with a voice as distinctive as Quentin Tarantino
’s, a former video-store clerk who transformed his movie love into blockbuster, arthouse, genre-redefining masterpieces that kept grindhouse cinema alive while pushing nostalgia in bold directions.
With a career spanning 27 years and ten feature films (depending on how you count), Tarantino has made an indelible mark on cinema. And his hard-hitting, playful directorial style has, in all that time, made good films great, great films classics, and the faults in bad films sometimes harder to recognize.
Here, then, are Quentin Tarantino’s films from “Reservoir Dogs
” to “Once Upon a Time in … Hollywood,” ranked from the very worst to the very, very best:
10. “Once Upon a Time in … Hollywood” (2019)Sharon Tate
is a meaningless footnote in her own life story in Quentin Tarantino’s baffling and insulting ode to 1960s Hollywood. Tate is played by Margot Robbie