Pulp Fiction
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
The movie made Tarantino a star, Samuel L. Jackson a legend, resurrected Travolta's career, and pumped new blood into boring Hollywood.
Current Score:
2310
Total Votes:
3488
2
Tarantino's take on the war movie is -- no surprise -- incredibly violent, funny, unconventional, and fun to watch.
Current Score:
1417
Total Votes:
3141
3
The movie that started it all for Tarantino gives a sneak peek of everything that defines his career: humor, violence, and great casting.
Current Score:
1406
Total Votes:
2640
4
Tarantino offers a raucous ride when a freed slave teams up with a bounty hunter to rescue his wife from a plantation owner.
Current Score:
1404
Total Votes:
2682
5
The martial-arts revenge-fantasy epic defies easy categorization, but it's fun, violent, different, and Uma Thurman is brilliant.
Current Score:
1276
Total Votes:
2360
6
The rare sequel that's just as good as the original continues the Bride's journey for vengence on those who left her for dead.
Current Score:
1001
Total Votes:
2137
7
Though thoroughly uncelebrated and calm (compared to his other efforts), Jackie Brown might be Tarantino's most well-rounded effort.
Current Score:
390
Total Votes:
1624
8
He may have only directed one scene, but Sin City bares Tarantino's fingerprints in every minute.
Current Score:
271
Total Votes:
1499
9
With cool cars, horror, a frenetic pace, and Kurt Russell's best performance since the eighties, what's not to love?
Current Score:
203
Total Votes:
1453
10
Tarantino goes off his beaten path and takes on a Roald Dahl story for his segment, The Man From Hollywood.
Current Score:
-171
Total Votes:
1205