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Of Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction which does everybody think is the best Quentin Tarantino movie? Over the years I've heard different sides and I want to know what my fellow gorillas think. Personally I think Resevoir Dogs is the better movie, I mean come on Mr. Pink is the man.
 

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Love them both, but Samuel Jackson is just too cool in Pulp Fiction.

"Look at the big brain on Brad!!!"

"Which wallet is yours?"
"The one that says "Bad Mother %$&*er!!"

"Oh, I'm sorry...did I break your concentration??"

"I'm just expecting some Folgers crystals, and Jimmy springs this gourmet $hit on me...."

and so many more.....
 

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Sam Jackson is the absolute epitome of "cool" in Pulp Fiction. I liked them both, a lot...but PF takes the cake in my opinion.

I like Harvey Keitel's character in PF too...

"If I'm curt with you, it's because time is a factor here. I think fast, I talk fast, and I need you guys to act fast if you want to get out of this. So, pretty please, with sugar on top, clean the ... car."
 

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Reservoir Dogs blew me away when I first saw it. I really looked forward to Pulp Fiction and wasn't disappointed at all. I think it topped Reservoir Dogs in just about every way. Pulp Fiction was Tarantino at his peak.
 

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I love Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, but PF is IMHO better. Gotta love Sam Jackson in that.

"That is one tasty burger!"

"I'm superfly TNT!"
 

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I liked both, but if I had to pick it would be Pulp Fiction by a nose hair...

I liked From Dusk to Dawn better than both of them, Salma Hayek was unfarginbelievable..............
 

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Reservoir Dogs shocked me. It was the first over the top violent movie I'd seen. The last 1/3 bordered on pornographic in a violent sense.

Pulp Fiction grabbed you at the start and with the exception of the dim witted girlfriend of Butch, played out superbly. At the point they get into in the street and carry the battle to the pawn shop, well that just blew me away. In the sanitized versions running now there isn't even a mention of the Gimp. I guess it hit a nerve somewhere, not that the other sadistic crap done in that cellar was any less, shall we say, unflattering.
 

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I'm the only person on Earth who likes Jackie Brown better than both of those films!! LOL. Jackson is simply brilliant in that flick, and the soundtrack is amongst my favorites :) of all time.
 

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I didn't dislike Jackie Brown, but I didn't think it was all that great. I prefer RD or PF over it. But I also really like From Dusk till Dawn.
 

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altbier said:
For story I liked PF, for cinematography I liked RD (the shot where they are walking and the camera is filmed at a high speed, then when played normal they are in a cool slow mo moment is awesome.

As for his best movie, I like Kill Bill....... Great story and wonderful cinematography.

"waky waky, eggs and baky!"

Cheers!
What about Dusk to Dawn for best visuals? The dance man, damn it man the dance......... :r
 

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I'm the only person on Earth who likes Jackie Brown better than both of those films!! LOL. Jackson is simply brilliant in that flick, and the soundtrack is amongst my favorites :) of all time.
1. Jackie Brown

2. Pulp

3. R. Dogs.

Jerry in Minnesota.
 

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LOL you dirty minded cigar smoker!

floydp said:
Ok in the best visuals categories:
Mine leaves a little more to the imagination. But after you see Uma in "Henry and June" it doesnt take too much imgination. :cool:
 

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floydp said:
What about Dusk to Dawn for best visuals? The dance man, damn it man the dance......... :r
I was reading this boring post and finally someone mentioned the best of all his movies. :r The Dance,damit the Dance! :w
 
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