Quentin Tarantino’s films ranked by box office earnings

Quentin Tarantino is a highly influential filmmaker known for his unique style, genre-bending films, cinematic homage, and collaborations with talented actors, writers, and cinematographers. His nonlinear storytelling, dialogue-driven scenes, and eclectic mix of music and pop culture references have become synonymous with his name. By blending multiple genres together in unexpected ways, he has inspired other filmmakers to take risks and push the boundaries of what is possible in filmmaking. Tarantino’s references and nods to classic films and filmmakers have helped to keep their legacies alive and introduce them to a new generation of viewers. His collaborations with people like Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, and Robert Richardson have led to some of the most memorable and iconic moments in cinema. Overall, Tarantino’s influence can be felt in many aspects of modern filmmaking, from storytelling techniques to visual style and beyond.

Here are his films ranked by box office success:

  1. Django Unchained (2012) – $425.4 million
  2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) – $374.3 million
  3. Inglourious Basterds (2009) – $321.5 million
  4. Pulp Fiction (1994) – $213.9 million
  5. Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) – $180.9 million
  6. Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) – $152.2 million
  7. The Hateful Eight (2015) – $155.8 million
  8. Jackie Brown (1997) – $74.7 million
  9. Death Proof (2007) – $31.7 million
  10. Reservoir Dogs (1992) – $3 million

It’s worth noting that box office earnings don’t necessarily reflect the quality or cultural impact of a film, and Tarantino’s films are often critically acclaimed and influential regardless of their box office success.


One response to “Quentin Tarantino’s films ranked by box office earnings”

  1. […] The Hateful Eight (2015) – The majority of the movie takes place in a single room as a group of strangers seek shelter from a blizzard and tensions rise between them. […]


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