Quentin Tarantino Quotes and its meanings

Quentin Tarantino has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Art Death Faith Freedom History Home Knowledge Mom Money Morning Movies Music Religion Truth Work

Quentin Tarantino quotes about Work

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What does Quentin Tarantino write about?

Quentin Tarantino has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about art, death, faith, freedom, history, home, knowledge, mom, money, morning, movies, music, religion, truth & work. People always share Art quotes, Death quotes, faith, freedom, history, home, knowledge, mom, money & morning from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Quentin Tarantino?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Quentin Tarantino.

  • I like it when somebody tells me a story, and I actually really feel that that's becoming like a lost art in American cinema.
  • I look at 'Death Proof' and realize I had too much time.
  • It's very important that every movie I do makes money because I want the people that had the faith in me to get their money back.
  • Novelists have always had complete freedom to pretty much tell their story any way they saw fit. And that's what I'm trying to do.
  • I loved history because to me, history was like watching a movie.
  • I've always thought my soundtracks do pretty good, because they're basically professional equivalents of a mix tape I'd make for you at home.
  • My mom took me to see Carnal Knowledge and The Wild Bunch and all these kind of movies when I was a kid.
  • I always do an all-night horror marathon on Saturdays where we start at seven and go until five in the morning.
  • To me, movies and music go hand in hand. When I'm writing a script, one of the first things I do is find the music I'm going to play for the opening sequence.
  • Movies are not about the weekend that they're released, and in the grand scheme of things, that's probably the most unimportant time of a film's life.