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Quentin Tarantino’s Top 11 Films Of 2011

Gabe Delahaye | January 16, 2012 - 3:30 pm

Over the weekend, notable vampire Quentin Tarantino took a break from draining the life force from the waitstaff at Merlotte’s to release his OFFICIAL list of the 11 best movies of 2011. (He didn’t make a Top 10 list like everybody else because he likes to have fun with stuff!) Apparently, as you will see when you read the list, Quentin Tarantino is a much more interesting film-maker than he is a list-maker. Oh, he picks some winners, and throws in a couple curveballs just to keep things FRESH, but overall it’s a pretty odd list, and not because he has such eclectic taste but just because, well, you will see, but at a certain point you kind of have to wonder why he broke his LEGENDARY silence in the first place. Isn’t he supposed to be hard at work on Django Unchjained? At the very least, shouldn’t he be jerking off while sucking on the toes of some girl who is about to get fired from her job for making the very ’90s decision to email all her friends about it? (Remember that girl? Did you read about that girl? That poor girl. Come on, girl.)

In any case, here are Quentin Tarantino’s Top 11 human victims movies of the last year:

Quentin Tarantino’s Official Top 11 of 2011

1. Midnight in Paris
2. Rise of the Planet of the Apes
3. Moneyball
4. The Skin I Live In
5. X-Men: First Class
6. Young Adult
7. Attack the Block
8. Red State
9. Warrior
10. The Artist / Our Idiot Brother (tie)
11. The Three Musketeers

Dude just HAD to squeeze an extra spot in there for THA 3 MUSKATEERS! Boom. The Quentinator, makin’ listies. Such complete and utter nonsense. He also gives an unnumbered list of Honorable Mentions, as well as handing out the Tarantinos for Best Original and Best Adapted Screenplay, but obviously the biggest shrug off his his “Nice Try” award to Drive. Hahah. Right. I mean, it’s totally legitimate to dislike that movie or think it was overrated but maybe just take it easy, Quentin Tarantino. You old sour grape vampire. NICE TRY THIS LIST, MAN. (Via Playlist.)