Crime • R • 1997 • 2 hr 34 min
Tarantino’s most underrated film, the only reason it doesn’t get an ‘amazing’ is due to the length. A very influential film for me.
Great acting, great cast,great character development, unpredictable twists. Excellent film though not quite as iconic as other Tarantinos.
Underrated film by the consistently great Quentin Tarantino. This masterpiece deserves more attention.
Suspenseful caper film. Clever writing. Awesome cast of characters. Superb soundtrack. Action, drama, laughs. Perhaps Tarantino’s best work?
My least favorite Tarantino film, but it's still good.
The most underrated Tarantino movie, it's a great story, very entertaining, good actors.
Jackie Brown isn’t Tarantinos best movie but it’s still fucking amazing
This feels the least like a Tarantino movie out of his catalogue. It starts off a bit slow, but it picks up and is great at the end.
Tarantino's deepest work featuring a Samuel L. Jackson performance which rivals his iconic turn in Pulp Fiction.
Not one of Tarantino’s best but still well acted, interesting storyline, and as always incredible dialogue.
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