Choice of film or favourite genre of cinema usually stems from personal likes and dislikes after having watched a few in various categories to see which films leave you wanting for more. Preferences may dictate a film choice in the same way your favourite actor or director does allowing you to keep all or most options on the table giving you a broad watchlist to choose from beyond a favoured category. One such director whose film style speaks for itself and is praised and revered by many is the one and only Quentin Tarantino whose body of work truly entices the audience at large. His directorial style is quite unique almost playing as a character itself in his films. From bloody gun battles to witty anecdotes and the ever lustrous red apple, Quentin Tarantino has grown a fan base simply built on his talent and eye for directing. 

Any one of his movies should be added to your list of movies in May as each story transports you into its very own world with little nods to Tarantino hidden in there. Each one captivates in humor while delivering underline social notes to make you think and question your world at large. Quentin Tarantino has quite a many films in his rolodex all boldly unique and enticing showing you the great work of a talented director complimented by the great talent of an acting ensemble. We see Tarantino bring to life great roles portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson , Uma Thurmon, Brad Pitt, Christoph Waltz and Leonardo Dicaprio in an appealing and enchanting way. There is one thing for sure, Quentin Tarantino knows how to tell a good story and any of his films should be added to your list of movies in May.  

These films should be added to your list of movies in May. 

Inglorious Basterds|| Reservoir Dogs || The H8full Eight || Django Unchained || Kill Bill

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