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Ace Midnight
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
It's 2b with Reservoir Dogs being 2a for me.

It's his most fun, movie, I think - he grafted a noir story onto a heist story, with an unusual twist on the "Hooker with a heart of gold" archtype. It's extraordinarily fun to watch the characters - some of the best, overall, individual acting in any Tarantino effort, too.


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drexyl
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SG_Geaux
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MorbidTheClown
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
no it's pulp fiction


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wildtigercat93
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
Yes


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Freauxzen
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
Yes


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lsusportsman2
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
Inglorious Bastards to me is easily Tarantino's best film, but Jackie Brown is pretty damn terrific in its own rights.


Yellerhammer5
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
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Inglorious Bastards to me is easily Tarantino's best film


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Speedy G
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
I didn't like Jackie Brown at all. Never felt any level of authenticity. Felt like a cheap rip off of Pulp Fiction. Did not even finish it. That was a long time ago. I should give it another try.

Pulp Fiction is his best film and a cultural icon.


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The Dozer
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
I'm kinda with you on that one. The opening scene to that movie is fantastic. Edge of your seat stuff


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Thurber
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
I think so. It's certainly my favorite one of his.


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Warfarer
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
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I think it’s his best. It’s my favorite, hands down.




it's not a popular choice but it is also my favorite followed by Kill Bill 2. I was never a big fan of Pulp Fiction and haven't seen Hateful 8 yet (just due to time).


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632627
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
i think Jackie Brown is tarantino's only "normal"/ straightforward movie.

Everything else is either quirky in the presentation (such as pulp fiction or resevoir dogs, which is presented from different perspectives and/or out of chronological order) or has a distinct theme behind it; either western, ww2 or samurai.


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BluegrassBelle
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
I enjoyed Jackie Brown, but it'll always be Pulp Fiction for me.


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ThuperThumpin
Member since Dec 2013
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
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Great soundtrack plus Robert De Niro's last great acting performance.


Love the movie, love the soundtrack, and love De Niro's character but I have to disagree that it was his last great acting role.


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efrad
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Member since Nov 2007
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re: Is Jackie Brown Tarantino's finest film?
Great movie but nowhere near his best. I'd put Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Inglourious Basterds, etc. above it.


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