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Quentin Tarantino Surprised His Fans With His Last Movie!

Quentin Tarantino with a surprised expression on his face.

Quentin Tarantino made his fans both happy and sad with his latest movie. The movie is presumed to be Tarantino’s last movie.

Quentin Tarantino bids farewell to the silver screen with his 10th and final film, which he has written and directed for a long time. The famous director, who claims to quit cinema at the age of 60, seems to do what he says. He wrote and directed a total of nine films over 30 years, including the sequel to Kill Bill 2. He turns 60 at the end of this month.

In an interview he gave in 2012, he said:

“I want to stop at a certain point. Directors don’t get better as they get older. Usually the worst films in their filmography are those last four at the end. I am all about my filmography, and one bad film f—s up three good ones. I don’t want that bad, out-of-touch comedy in my filmography, the movie that makes people think, ‘Oh man, he still thinks it’s 20 years ago.’ When directors get out-of-date, it’s not pretty.”

Quentin Tarantino’s Last Movie: The Movie Critic

Quentin Tarantino holding a camera.

Quentin Tarantino, who had serious success with Reservoir Dogs in 1992, announced the name of his last movie as “The Movie Critic”. It is also among the rumors that the film, which Tarantino has completed, will begin shooting in the fall.

We’re going to watch a movie about a woman living in Los Angeles in the late 70’s. The film is thought to be about the life of the famous film critic Pauline Kael.

Quentin Tarantino began his career in the industry in 1984, working as a cashier at the videotape store Video Archives. He wrote his first screenplay “Captain Peachfuzz and the Anchovy Bandit” at the age of 12. With the encouragement of Lawrence Bender, he wrote and directed Reservoir Dogs in 1992. Tarantino received the Palme d’Or at the 1994 Cannes Film Festival for his film “Pulp Fiction”. Thus, he showed that independent films can also achieve great success. Ten years after this success, he became the head of the jury at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. In 30 years, it has won a total of 172 awards in many festivals, especially the Golden Bear, Palme d’Or and Oscar. The master director’s latest film “Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood” won 2 Oscars as well as 141 awards at international festivals. It is thought that Quentin Tarantino will bid farewell to the world of cinema with his latest film.

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Last modified: September 24, 2023