At least that's one good thing to come out of MSNBC (sorry for the political humor on an award website).I am a huge Tarantino fanboy, but I feel kinda bad that I actually think Inglourious Basterds is one of his lesser works, actually at the bottom of the pile. Still, it's always great to see him talk about his stuff, and if he wins for Best Original Screenplay (which I'm predicting), then it'll be a great speech to hear.
That would make it one more than FIX News has (sorry for the political retort)That being said, I think Basterds comes in below Pulp Fiction, but depending on how you look at his other films, it's either the 2nd or 3rd strongest, but that's just me.
If I were to rank Tarantino's films, which I'm doing right now, it would look something like this:1. Pulp Fiction2. Kill Bill, Vol. 13. Inglourious Basterds4. Reservoir Dogs5. Kill Bill, Vol. 26. Jackie Brown...5998. Death Proof-Robbie
Did you really hate "Death Proof" that much?
Compared to his other works, YES!!-Robbie