Film director Quentin Tarantino turned 55 on Tuesday. Though he’s received some bad press recently for his association with Harvey Weinstein and archived interviews, his movies are still modern cinematic classics.
Tarantino has announced his next film, which will be about California in 1969, focusing on the culture and the Charles Manson murders that year. The movie, which has been announced as “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” is slated to have Margot Robbie, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt appear. Robbie will play Sharon Tate, the actress who was infamously killed by the Manson family.
Tarantino has stated multiple times before that he will likely only make ten movies, and to date he has made eight. He has claimed he believes putting a limit on how many movies he makes will make him work hard to make sure each film is as good as it can be.
With “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” to be his ninth, here are his first eight movies, ranked: