Quentin Tarantino Says The Current Film Era Is The “Worst In History”

Quentin Tarantino recently appeared on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show and shared his thoughts on the current era of cinema.

Tarantino's film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has been named his greatest film of all time. He said: “People have been asking me things like this for years. And I'm like, 'Oh, they're all my kids.'" Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is really my best movie. The 2019 film was Tarantino's last and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, the film, grossed $374 million at the global box office.Millions received 10 nominations for the 2020 Oscars Best Picture and is a surprise release.

In a recent chat on The Video Archives podcast , NME reported that the director targeted films from the 1950s and 1980s alongside today's films. he said

"Even though the '80s was a time when I probably saw more movies than I've ever seen in my life — at least as far as movies go — I think the movies of the '80s are, to me, the '50s, the worst era in the history of Hollywood. It can only be achieved today." , and only the current era matches it!

He added that it is a "non-conformist [film]" that "stands out from the crowd" in the current era. He also recently told the Los Angeles Times that he would never criticize Marvel: “You have to hire people to do these things. I am not a salaried employee. I'm not looking for a job."

In other entertainment news, a new movie, The Princess Diaries , is in the works at Disney

Can Quentin Tarantino find movies just by listening to the description on the VHS box?

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