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The Next BATTLE ROYALE with CHEESE Quarterfinal Matchup: ‘Kill Bill: Vol. 1’ Vs. ‘Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood’

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Battle Royale with Cheese Kill Bill 1 VS Once Upon a Time
Battle Royale with Cheese Kill Bill 1 VS Once Upon a Time

You know the deal. After re-watching Quentin Tarantino’s entire filmography last month, the thought struck me: where do they all rank?

Last week in the first quarterfinal matchup, #1 seed “Pulp Fiction” handily defeated #8 seed “Jackie Brown,” 73 votes to 12.

At first it looked to be nearly a shutout, but “Jackie Brown” fans rallied late, somewhat respectably closing the gap to a degree. Now “Pulp Fiction” moves onto the semifinals against the winner of “Kill Bill: Vol. 2” and “Reservoir Dogs.” Like most of QT’s films, expect another bloodbath.

This week in the second quarterfinal matchup, #2 seed “Kill Bill: Vol. 1” takes on #7 seed “Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood.” The former is widely considered one of QT’s best works, so everyone is (rightly) expecting the film the cruise right on through to the finals. The latter has a bit of recency bias being QT’s latest flick, but let’s face it, the film is punching above its weight here. It’ll be interesting to see if this match is a total blowout.

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