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Quentin Tarantino's Favourite Movies from 1992 to 2009...

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1. Battle Royale (his favourite and number one!!!)
(Dir. Kinji Fukasaku 2000).
Ps. The other movies are in alphabetic order
2. Anything Else (Dir. Wood Allen 2003).
3. Audition (Dir. Takashi Miike 1999).
4. The Blade (Dir. Hark Tsui 1995).
5. Boogie Nights (Dir. Paul Thomas Anderson 1997).
6. Dazed & Confused (Dir. Richard Linklater 1993).
7. Dogville (Dir. Lars von Trier 2003).
8. Fight Club (Dir. David Fincher 1999).
9. Friday (Dir. F. Gary Gray 1995).
10. The Host (Dir. Joon-ho Bong 2006).
11. The Insider (Dir. Michael Mann 1999).
12. Joint Security Area (Dir. Chan-wook Park 2000).
13. Lost In Translation (Dir. Sofia Coppola 2003).
14. The Matrix (Dir. Andy Wachowski & Larry Wachowski 1999).
15. Memories of Murder (Dir. Joon-ho Bong 2003).
16. Police Story 3: Super Cop (Dir. Stanley Tong).
17. Shaun of the Dead (Dir. Edgar Wright 2004).
18. Speed (Dir. Jan de Bont 1994).
19. Team America (Dir. Trey Parker 2004).
20. Unbreakable (Dir. M. Night Shyamalan 2000).

In 2009, Quentin Tarantino did a brief interview with Sky Movies ahead of the release of Inglorious Bastards. Long regarded as a walking movie encyclopedia, Tarantino rattled off a list of his 20 favorite films since 1992 — the year he made his directorial debut with "Reservoir Dogs". Kinji Fukasaku's "Battle Royale" is the only film the director cited as his runaway pick for number one, but he declined to rank the others, opting instead to name them in alphabetical order (listed above). Astonishing!!!


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