If you don’t love the eccentric genius of Quentin Tarantino’s red-blooded genre epics, you’re not a big-time movie buff. This is indeed true as the Pulp Fiction director has created a style of his own that will be taken as an artistic piece of study for the next generation of filmmakers. Sadly, as per various media reports, the prolific filmmaker is going to hang his boot after his 10th film.
Quentin Tarantino has confirmed his plans to retire after two more films. That means, he is planning to give up directing. However, we may see him in business with some other roles considering he’s been involved in screenwriting. Yes, as per the director, he would like to write novels and plays after moving from films.
His last film “The Hateful Eight” was his 8th film as director, and that was also well received with some of the finest actors on screen. Although his last one garnered mixed reviews from critics, the director stays at the top – thanks to the onscreen action, dark humor and often with scenes that are too violent.
If we look at the director’s filmography, he has already directed 10 films but it appears that “My Best Friend’s Birthday” (1987) never gets its release and if we count both of the “Kill Bill” movies as one feature film, the list comes down to eight. Hence, we’re left with two more films.
Nevertheless, someone who started his career with the likes of “Reservoir Dogs” (1992), “Pulp Fiction” (1994), and went on to make films like “Inglourious Basterds” (2009), and “Django Unchained” (2012), it’s bound he has hordes of admiring fans who would like him get going with products for big screen.
For the time being, we can eagerly wait for his 9th and 10th film. As per Hollywood Reporter, the director at the moment is focused on a historical nonfiction project.
Here is one video I found on YouTube that ranks Quentin Tarantino’s movies, although I feel it’s difficult to rank any director’s movies from 1 to ‘n’. No doubt, “Pulp Fiction” comes as the numero uno.