This is the best movie of all time and Quentin Tarantino says it!

This is the best movie of all time and Quentin Tarantino says it!

Quentin Tarantino has very strong ideas when it comes to cinema. The director has just revealed the title of what is, for him, the best film of all time…

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Quentin Tarantino likes to talk about his relationship with cinema and the films that have shaped his artistic vision. The director thus recently revealed what, in his opinion, was the best blockbuster of all time. According to an obviously very… “Tarantinian” terminology. The American director indeed distinguishes the “movies” of the “movies“. In his dictionary, a film is a true masterpiece of cinema, whereas a film is none other than a blockbuster or a blockbuster. A distinction to be known in advance, therefore, in order to understand the words and analyzes of the father of Django Unchained (2012). “I think that Jaws is the best movie ever made. It may not be the greatest movie, but it’s the best movie“, he confided to Slash Movie.

Jaws : the best movie in history, according to Tarantino

Before adding: “Only a few movies have come close to its feat. But in terms of blockbusters, none surpasses it. It’s the best movie ever made. And it shows how misplaced most movies before it were. [dans le calendrier des sorties].” According to Quentin Tarantino, Jaws is therefore the best movie in the history of cinema, which does not however make it the best movie, if we follow its logic. Regarding the release schedule, before jawsrealized by Steven Spielberg and released on June 20, 1975 in the United States, studios hadn’t yet realized that summer was particularly conducive to blockbuster successthe season making it possible to reach a much wider audience.

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“It was to make these kinds of movies that he was put on this Earth”, Says Quentin Tarantino About Steven Spielberg

Quentin Tarantino went on to praise the work of his elder: “Spielberg and many of his cronies grew up seeing movies in theaters. [À l’époque], they were commissions from studio directors who did their best, which is the opposite of Spielberg, who was like ‘me, these are exactly the kinds of movies I like’. It was to make these kinds of movies that he was put on this Earth. And he’s going to do them until his last breath, as efficiently as possible.” Nonetheless, Steven Spielberg has also shone through dramas like Schindler’s List or The color purple. We now expect the director of Jurassic Park the exit of The Fabelmanswhich will be inspired by his own life.

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