Quentin Tarantino has quite the throng of avid followers as his films are noted for being iconic. Do you consider yourself to be the ultimate fan?

Renowned filmmaker Quentin Tarantino is known for pushing the boundaries when it comes to his arsenal of films. Between his signature style of nonlinear storylines, trunk shots, penchant for violence, and casting of esteemed actors, his movies always seem to score big not only with fans, but also with critics.

As a well-decorated filmmaker, Tarantino has been nominated and has won many awards, including seven Academy Awards and seven Golden Globe Awards. As his cast is chock-full of prominent actors and actresses, it’s no wonder that this filmmaker receives such praise when it comes to his movies.

With classic favourites like Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill, the distinct and diverse tones of his movies radiate uniqueness and keep the masses entranced. As he comes out with newer films, like his recent Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, fans continue to show Tarantino love and support for his enthralling stories.

From iconic phrases in Pulp Fiction, sensational scenes in Death Proof, and thought-provoking stories in Django Unchained and Inglorious Bastards, the re-watch value for Tarantino’s films is stupendous, with many fans able to quote multiple lines from each of his classic films.

With so many cult favourites under his belt, it’s no wonder that Tarantino has collected quite the fanbase. Considering that nearly 30 years after his debut film that he’s still selling out audiences, it’s obvious that legendary filmmaker is an icon in the world of film.

Taking into account that the filmmaker is only 56 years old, fans are hopeful that they will see many more films come from him, with many more memorable quotes within for them to recite.

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