(Photo by Weinstein Company LLC/Courtesy Everett Collection)All Quentin Tarantino Movies RankedEver since Quentin Tarantino broke into the movie scene with Reservoir Dogs in 1992, the term Tarantinoesque, both compliment and pejorative, has firmly entrenched itself in the pop culture lexicon. It describes an ego-driven mode of filmmaking, featuring hyper-stylized violence, tough and gamey yet melodious dialogue, disparate storylines that come together in some way (usually via lightly avant-garde editing), and crash zooms. So many crash zooms. They re all there in the various genres he has paid homage to after trawling them for inspiration: martial arts (Kill Bill), crime (Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown), road action (Death Proof), war (Inglourious Basterds), and western (Django Unchained, The Hateful Eight).His latest, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, released to critical, commercial, and awards acclaim and now we ve ranked them all of Quentin Tarantino s movies by Tomatometer!
Beautiful Boy (2018) 67% Be prepared for a whole lot more of Timothée Chalamet. After turning heads with his performance in Luca Guadagnino s Oscar-winning Call Me By Your Name, Chalamet has signed on for a number of big films, working with people like Greta Gerwig (again) and Denis Villeneuve. Before all that, though, he appears in this drama alongside Steve Carell, and both of them have got people talking about awards. Based on the dual memoirs of writer David Sheff and his son Nic, Beautiful Boy traces Nic s struggle with addiction that nearly tore his family apart, and critics say it s an earnest depiction that s beautifully acted and feels genuine, even if the narrative covers familiar ground. While it may not shed any new light on the nature of addiction, the film is a showcase for Chalamet and Carell, who make the most of their meaty roles.