Quentin Tarantino’s Top 11 Movies of 2011

I’m always intrigued by “best of” or “worst of” lists.  In this case, a “best movies” list provided by Quentin Tarantino, a director who made some works I greatly admire:


The one movie that everyone seems to be confused/incredulous because it is included on the list is the Paul W. S. Anderson directed The Three Musketeers.  The movie didn’t exactly burn up the box office and star Milla Jovovich made some very pointed comments, if memory serves, on how little the studio was doing to promote the film.

I never saw it, but I would be lying if I said the commercials weren’t intriguing.  Granted, the movie looked like a very –very– loose adaptation of the famous novel, but that didn’t bother me all that much.  The reviews, on the other hand, did:  The were quite negative.

In the end, the film received a very unimpressive 25% approval rating from the critics and very average 47% approval rating from audiences on Rottentomatoes.com.

Then again, that’s the way opinion goes.  A few days ago I noted how little I wound up liking Hanna (if you are curious, you can read about that here), yet that film made it to many people’s “best of 2011” list and almost made it to Mr. Tarantino’s.

Ah well, that’s what differing opinions are all about.

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