Honest Trailers - Every Quentin Tarantino Movie is the 327th episode of Screen Junkies comedy series Honest Trailers. It was written by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Joe Starr, Lon Harris and Danielle Radford. It was narrated by Jon Bailey as Epic Voice Guy. Taking the form of a career retrospective episode, it parodies the 10 films directed by Quentin Tarantino during his career, from Reservoir Dogs (1992) to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019). The video is 8 minutes 23 seconds long. It was published on January 7, 2020. It has been viewed over 1.25 million times.
Deep from the heart of a Grindhouse theatre, one filmmaker will rise from video store clerk to the guy video store clerks worship and answer the question: What would the love child of the 90’s, the 70’s, comic books, kung-fu movies and cocaine look like? This.
Kron 4 Studio’s Jan: “Why the need for such gruesome graphic violence? Why not let us imagine it a little bit?”
Quentin: “Because it’s fun, Jan! Get it!”
Every Quentin Tarantino Movie
Enter a world of classic cinema and attention deficient disorder, where the smoke is heavy, the voices are gravely [shows characters with gravely voices], and everyone is always hungry. [shows all the characters mentioning/eating food]
Experience all three phases of QT’s career. The critically-acclaimed crime trilogy [Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown], the “I’m just gonna make 70’s movies” phase [Kill Bill: Volumes 1 and 2 and Death Proof], the really long one [The Hateful Eight] [shows a long clip from Hateful Eight], and the revisionist history revenge flicks. [Inglourious Basterds, Django Unchained, and Once Upon A Time In Hollywood] And I hope you liked ‘em all, because he’s only one movie away from retirement. [shows Den of Geek! article that reads: “Quentin Tarantino plans retirement after 10th Film”] Oh, crap. Really? That can’t be right! [shows all of the Quentin Tarantino movie posters, then red markers over them] Let’s see, count the Kill Bills as one movie, Death Proof is too short to count for a full one, Jackie Brown is an adaptation, so let’s just X that one too... there we go! He’s only four movies away from retirement. Phew.
Meet a Tarantino main character, their probably involved in a life of crime and their definitely up to date on whatever dated pop culture references are rolling around on his head. [shows all pop culture references that are now dated] When they suffer a horrible injustice, they’ll put on a cool outfit, drive around talking, drive around listening to music, and drive around talking while listening to music. [“Want me to s**k your c**k while driving?”] Then thrill as they go undercover, and find themselves on a high stakes conversation. Where someone is not who they say they are, until the whole thing turns into one big standoff, and everything gets bathed in more blood than an Addams Family school play. [Shows Beatrix slicing off an arm]
Revel in this one-of-a-kind filmmakers brilliant dialogue, [Jules: "ENGLISH, MOTHERF**KER! DO YOU SPEAK IT?!"] sharply drawn characters, timeless soundtracks.. in that the songs aren’t from the same era as the movie. [Rick Ross’s “100 Black Coffins”] And depending on how you feel about him, either his incredible talent for remixing cinematic history, or incredible audacity to jack the coolest shots from old movies for himself, it’s not stealing if you haven’t seen it. Just ask Lucas, or PTA, or Guy Richie, or... all of ’em. [Including: Woody Allen, Stanley Kubrick, and Brian DePalma]
So salute a living legend, who made some of the best films of a generation.. while influencing some of the worst films of a generation. But, he gave women and black people amazing badass characters to cheer for.. and he also gave a bunch of white guys an n-word pass. [shows every white guy saying the n-word] But, he matured in one of the best filmmakers in Hollywood history.. but, it’s thanks to the tireless work of one of the worst people in Hollywood history. [The Weinstein Company] But, one thing’s always been clear, uncontroversial and unanimous about Quentin Tarantino. This man. Loves. A good. Foot.
[shows every foot clip, Sung to the tune of "Woo hoo” by the 5 6 7 8’s]
Feet Feet, Feet Feet Feet x4
Feet Feet x2
Feet Feet, Feet Feet Feet, Feet.
Please add script here!
Every Quentin Tarantino Movie
Did you know that Quentin Tarantino also directed an episode of ER? It’s the one where he and Dr. Ross go to Mexico and kill a bunch of vampires ["Motherhood"].
Production credits Edit
Produced by: Spencer Gilbert, Joe Starr, Dan Murrell, & Max Dionne
Edited by: Kevin Williamsen
Post-Production Supervisor: Kevin Williamsen
Production Coordinator: Ryan O'Toole