Quentin Tarantino Names the Best Film He’s Ever Made, and It’s not Pulp Fiction

Quentin Tarantino Names the Best Film He's Ever Made, and It's not Pulp Fiction.

Director Quentin Tarantino is among the most adored and admired people worldwide. The Pulp Fiction director has placed a lot of stock in the caliber of his work, given that he has “only” produced nine films in his thirty-year career. But what’s the Best Film he’s Ever Made?

Quentin Tarantino is responsible for some of the most recognizable Hollywood movies, including the cult classics Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill, and gory historical retellings like Django Unchained. But out of all these fantastic films he’s made, he picked one with fans scratching their heads.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is Quentin Tarantino’s Best Work Till Date

On The Howard Stern Show, the 59-year-old director was asked to choose his all-time favorite movie. And he chose the 2019 movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, starring Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio.

For years people have been asking me things like that,” Tarantino said of the request to pick his best picture. And I was like, “Oh, they’re all my kids.” But Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is my best film.

Tarantino also called the current era the Worst Movie Era in the History of Hollywood. In an episode of The Video Archives Podcast, he mentioned that the 1980s and the 1950s produced some of the worst movies, along with a few other decades he dislikes.

Even though the ’80s was the time that I saw more movies than ever, at least as far as going out to the film was concerned. The ’80s cinema is, along with the ’50s, the worst era in Hollywood history. Matched only by now, matched only by the current age!”