Recently, director Quentin Tarantino made a guest appearance on ‘Jimmy Kimmel live!’ to promote his new book ‘Cinema Speculation’.
In addition, he cites films that he thinks are close to perfection, including ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ and ‘Jaws’.
On the ‘Jimmy Kimmel live!’ show, host Jimmy Kimmel asked Quentin what he thought of ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ as the perfect movie in the book, and how no other movie has come close to perfection?
Quentin says that the so-called “perfect” film is a matter of personal aesthetic opinion. Film is a difficult art form, and there are very few works in the history of cinema that are perfect, but he cites the following as examples of what he considers perfect.
In the program, Jimmy Kimmel finally asked Quentin, you seem to have seen all the movies, there are some widely known movies actually have not seen, Quentin thought half a day and said: ” ‘The Sound of Music’ I really have not seen! “
Do you have any widely known movies that you have actually never seen?
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