Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

20 Last Words from Tarantino Movies

As his newest offering Django Unchained proves, there's no doubt that Quentin Tarantino is not afraid to have the odd smattering of violence and death in his movies. Actually, let's be honest, he really does like doing it - and, to be fair, he is very good at it.

So much so, that we have collated 20, ahem, killer final lines from characters who are imminently to meet their maker in a variety of gruesome manners.

Have we missed any good ones? Let us know in the comments below.

Images: AllStar/YouTube

Related

tarantino hero.jpg

20 pieces of wisdom from Tarantino movies

QT.png

Quentin Tarantino’s TOP 10 WESTERNS

jackie brown.jpg

Every pop culture reference in Tarantino's movies

More

There is only *one* good way to watch films - alone

Stop pretending like movies are a social occasion

by Gary Ogden
21 Aug 2017

This new Netflix documentary is quickly becoming a must-watch

It's like nothing you've ever seen before

by Tom Victor
18 Aug 2017

Seth Rogen spills 'Superbad' secrets to celebrate its 10th birthday

Wait... you changed your name to... McLovin?

by Emily Reynolds
18 Aug 2017

The best ever uses of songs in movies - as chosen by Reddit

What's your pick?

by Gary Ogden
17 Aug 2017

Samuel L Jackson: "If Donald Trump broke into my house, I'd shoot him"

We chat to the movie legend about hentai, yachting and killing the President

by Andrew Dickens
16 Aug 2017

Six possible posters for the upcoming Nigel Farage movie

How and why is this actually happening?

by Gary Ogden
16 Aug 2017

The 25 scariest movies on Netflix right now

Stream if you dare

15 Aug 2017

Ryan Reynolds reveals the best prank he's ever pulled

It's classic dad joke stuff

by Tom Victor
14 Aug 2017

Why 'Undisputed' is the best action movie franchise you've never seen

As an action fan, you owe it yourself to watch these movies

by Gary Ogden
11 Aug 2017

Watch the terrifying trailer for Jennifer Lawrence's 'Mother!'

It's the creepy new film from the director of Black Swan

by Gary Ogden
08 Aug 2017