Although the term auteur is seldom tossed around in today’s filmmaking landscape, due in large part to the amount of collaboration that now exists in Hollywood, there’s no denying that if any one director could fall into that category it would be Quentin Tarantino. From the music to dialogue to very specific camera moves, a film is almost instantly recognizable as a Tarantino “flick,” even if his name wasn’t plastered all over the opening credits.
And so, as we consider how many more films Tarantino has up his sleeve before retiring – a sentiment he only recently began discussing in public – and anxiously await the release of his latest flick, Django Unchained, we’re also looking back on his career thus far and listing our “10 Most Memorable Quentin Tarantino Scenes.”
Note: This list is in no particular order. Picking just 10 was hard enough.