Quentin Tarantino's movies aren't necessarily known for humor, but his classic film Pulp Fiction has some of the funniest jokes in his filmography.
Quentin Tarantino's shared universe has two levels, and each movie has a different time setting. Here's when each one takes place, and on which level.
A piece of dialogue in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction predicts an important part from Kill Bill, but with a few differences. Here's how.
Instead of watching Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction for the thousandth time, check out one of these 10 equally compelling crime dramas.
Vincent and Vic Vega could have had their own movie, and even though Quentin Tarantino had a premise for it, it never happened. Here's why.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has many shots of bare feet, which has resurrected an old question: what's up with Quentin Tarantino and feet?
What’s so thrilling about a shared universe is seeing stories from our favorite characters woven together into a tapestry of vibrant storytelling.
Quentin Tarantino's movies all exist in not one but two shared universes. We explain the connections between all of his films.
Director Quentin Tarantino says that his Star Trek movie would be like Pulp Fiction in space during an interview for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
What's really in the Pulp Fiction briefcase? Fans have speculated for years, but the object seems to be an homage to a 1955 film noir classic.
The nineties had plenty of epic, amazing, and lasting films come out of the decade, but these were the best '90s flicks according to IMDb's ratings.
Here's the best viewing order for Quentin Tarantino's ten feature-length films, from Reservoir Dogs all the way to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Crime movies offer a snapshot into the seedy underworld of society, often with cool anti-heroes leading the way.
Quentin Tarantino's 1994 film Pulp Fiction is broken up into seven episodes, but what exactly is the chronological order of these episodes?
In the grand tradition of “everyone likes the bad boy,” Hollywood is littered when anti-heroes and vigilantes, and these ten are the best of the lot.
Pulp Fiction is considered Quentin Tarantino's best screenplay, winning the writer/director an Oscar. We rank every single one of his screenplays.
Scarface is an expertly crafted film, and if you're looking for something with a similar feel, you can watch any of these other great crime sagas.
From bloody shootouts, to one-on-one fist fights, to giant battles, Quentin Tarantino has proven his mastery of action sequences in all of his movies.