The movie made Tarantino a star, Samuel L. Jackson a legend, resurrected Travolta's career, and pumped new blood into boring Hollywood.
Tarantino offers a raucous ride when a freed slave teams up with a bounty hunter to rescue his wife from a plantation owner.
Tarantino's take on the war movie is -- no surprise -- incredibly violent, funny, unconventional, and fun to watch.
The movie that started it all for Tarantino gives a sneak peek of everything that defines his career: humor, violence, and great casting.
The martial-arts revenge-fantasy epic defies easy categorization, but it's fun, violent, different, and Uma Thurman is brilliant.
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.
Though thoroughly uncelebrated and calm (compared to his other efforts), Jackie Brown might be Tarantino's most well-rounded effort.
He may have only directed one scene, but Sin City bares Tarantino's fingerprints in every minute.
With cool cars, horror, a frenetic pace, and Kurt Russell's best performance since the eighties, what's not to love?
Tarantino goes off his beaten path and takes on a Roald Dahl story for his segment, The Man From Hollywood.