Quentin Tarantino’s filmmaking is about as recognizable as his movies are shocking. The king of stylish movie violence and director of cult favourites such as Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Django Unchained and Jackie Brown is best known for his off-beat, darkly satiric gangster themed film. #QuentinTarantino,#QuentinTarantinoGameChanger,#PulpFiction, #ReservoirDogs, #DjangoUnchained, In this video, we present to you all the trademarks of his cinematic style. Earning large box office receipts and cult adoration as a new renegade force in Hollywood, Tarantino is distinguished for his signature aesthetic violence, long sequences of dialogue in which characters examine subjects such as cheeseburgers and pop songs in exhaustive detail, and a glorification of popular culture in general and B-movies in particular. And over the years, Tarantino has emerged, as he observed somewhat derisively in a 1997 interview with New York Times Magazine, as “an adjective”: “Every third script out there,” he said, “is described as ‘Tarantino-esque.'” The director had earlier said that he is planning to direct a total of 10 movies. And according to his own count, to date he has made eight feature films. Reservoir Dogs Pulp Fiction Jackie Brown Kill Bill (1 and 2) Grindhouse (or you could place Death Proof here) Inglourious Basterds Django Unchained The Hateful Eight Quentin Tarantino is the director who shook up 1990s American cinema, defined an era and re-established the notion of “cool movies.” He has also casted many A-listers in his movies over the years. His frequent collaborators include Samuel L Jackson, Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Steve Buscemi, Uma Thurman, Michael Madsen, Kurt Russell, Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth and Cristoph Waltz. The guy is a walking talking encyclopaedia of cinema history. Tarantino loves talking about films as much as he loves making them. Quentin Tarantino is an expert on using the cinematic language in his own work to express his thrilling stories visually. From the technical camera flourishes he adds in his scenes to special props that he places throughout his films. All these things let us know we are watching a Tarantino film.