Kill Bill don't compare to Pulp Fiction.
I'm very interested to watch the Seventh Seal
I have to say that there's not much margin between most of his films for me. they're all up there as great works with little to chose in between them for me.
Kill Bill Vol 1
Kill Bill Vol. 2
is how I'd rank them. I haven't seen Jackie Brown yet, so can't rank that one. I'm intrigued to see where Django will fit in.
If so, then definitely check out The Castle and The Dish. I tried watching Ned Kelly the other night but the accents were shocking. Kenny is a funny film.
The Hard Word
He Died With A Felafel In His Hand
Some pre-1970 movies I enjoy:
How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (it has some songs but is pretty damn good)
Anything with Jerry Lewis
There are some great Elvis movies - there are some shockers too, but it's all a matter of taste.
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
Sweet Bird Of Youth
I was watching a snippet of Daredevil the other night - as bad as I remembered it - and it stood out to me how very poor an actress Jennifer Garner is. It's just in a movie like Daredevil, you don't notice so much since everyone seems to be competing for Razzies. How Affleck came back from that, I'll never know.
Cat on a hot tin Roof is in my list.And i have already seen Bullitt,i love Steve McQueen, i watched all the great movies he was in. Papillon is my favorite.Also i'm a big fan of Jerry Lewis the guy was hilarious