The American director Quentin Tarantino joins Jimmy Kimmel to talk about parenthood, watching films with his family as a kid, and his newly released book “Cinema Speculation.”
Quentin states in his book that although there are “few perfect movies” he would classify the cult favourite Texas Chainsaw Massacre as part of the acclaimed list.
Quentin begins to explain how it’s hard to find one that “bemoans that the film art form is hard” and continues on to explain that the perfect film crosses over many aesthetics to a degree.
The award-winning director went on to mention these movies as part of the perfect movie cluster:
- Jaws (1975)
- The Exorcist (1973)
- Annie Hall (1977)
- Young Frankenstein (1974)
- The Wild Bunch (1969)
- Back To The Future (1985)
With the movie, “The Wild Bunch,” Quentin exclaims that the movie’s imperfections are “part of its glory,” and that it being “unassailable” means it deserves a place on the exclusive list.