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The Greatest Movie Ever Made According to Quentin Tarantino

The director is one of the most popular working today, and he is also an avid film fan. A couple of his movie theaters are owned by him, and he has received multiple Academy Award nominations for his works, including Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained.

Roger Avary, Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction co-writer, will host a new movie podcast with Tarantino, The Video Archives Podcast. During his conversation with CinemaBlend’s ReelBlend podcast, the director revealed his favorite movie of all time. Tarantino considers ’s Jaws to be among the best movies of all time.

There is no doubt that Jaws is the greatest movie ever made. Maybe it isn’t the greatest film. But it is the greatest movie ever made,” Tarantino added. “Of course, there are other movies that can compete with Jaws, but there is no better movie than Jaws. It is the best movie ever made. And it shows just how badly most movies before Jaws were timed.

“Several of Spielberg’s cohorts grew up seeing these kinds of movies in the theater,” Tarantino added later on in the conversation. The movie Journey to the Center of the Earth is on his list of things to see, so he will run to see that. ’s Fantastic Voyage. He’s going to see it right away. That’s ’ Them! It’s time for him to go see.

Now… the majority of them weren’t very well directed. They were given to journeyman directors who did the best they could with them. That was the kind of movie experience we were used to seeing when it came to comic books. A Spielberg, on the other hand, may have been like, ‘No, this is exactly the kind of movie he enjoys.’

The kind of movies he makes is exactly what he is supposed to make. And he will do everything he can to make it as effective as possible. “And won’t be putting that much effort into Logan’s Run.”As for Jaws, the 1975 film will soon be available in IMAX for the first time.

Jaws and E.T. are set to be released in the large-scale format later this summer, with E.T. to debut exclusively on IMAX screens on August 12th, and Jaws to debut on both IMAX screens and RealD 3D screens from September 2.

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