Quentin Tarantino Birthday Special: From Pulp Fiction to Django Unchained, QT’s Top 5 Cameos Ranked!
Quentin Tarantino is one of the most influential directors working in Hollywood today. Having such a legendary career, he made films that constantly changed the course of cinema. Tarantino has such a visual approach to filmmaking where his stories have been enhanced by his high-octane directing and surreal characters. It does a great job of transporting audiences to this world where they are instantly sucked into chaos and carnage. Justified City Primeval: Quentin Tarantino in talks to direct 2 episodes of Timothy Olyphant’s Western Sequel series!
While Quentin Tarantino is known for directing amazing films, he is also known for his cameos. To appear in his own films as pulp Fiction to appear in the films of his friends like that of Robert Rodriguez Desperadoes, he’s had a bunch of cameos to his name. So to celebrate his 59th birthday, we’re taking a look at five of his best cameos. Quentin Tarantino still wants to retire from directing and wants to focus on writing.
In Django Unchained, Tarantino plays a man who traps a few slaves and is called Frankie. While his acting isn’t the best, his inclusion in the scene is made memorable by the weirdness of it all. His character also meets a satisfying ending as Django satisfactorily pulls him off.
At Robert Rodriguez’s Desperadoes, Tarantino plays the role of a man in a bar. As he orders a beer, he goes into a deep monologue about how the beer he’s drinking reminds him of a rather crude joke. Sure, it’s weird, but Tarantino’s inclusion makes the scene even better.
sleep with me
In this comedy-drama film, Tarantino appears as a guy named Sid, who is trying to make a name for himself in Hollywood. Now, Tarantino is known for saying how much he loves movies, so he brings that same energy to the role as well. Carrying a script he calls “one of the greatest scripts ever written”, it’s one of Tarantino’s most geeky roles.
It can probably be considered a cameo, but Tarantino’s role here is as memorable as it gets. Playing the role of Jimmie Dimmick, he helps Vincent and Jules conceal a body and get rid of all traces of him. It’s a hilarious scene that sees Tarantino show off his comedic chops.
The golden girls
One of Tarantino’s first cameos, it wasn’t even popular at the time. In an episode of golden girls, Tarantino appears as one Elvis impersonator among 11 others. Tarantino makes himself visible by going absolutely over the top, and it’s not hard to miss him in the scene. It’s made memorable because of the weirdness of it all.
Quentin rose to fame as one of the greatest directors of all time, and his cameos are hugely memorable as well. With that, we wrap up the list and wish Quentin Tarantino a very happy birthday.
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