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Quentin Tarantino Just Called Once Upon A Time In Hollywood His Best Movie
By JEREMY SMITH
Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has one of the greatest oeuvres of any director in cinema history with iconic, acclaimed, and box office hits. While promoting his book "Cinema Speculation," Tarantino appeared on the Howard Stern Show and declared the best movie he’s made.
When host Howard Stern asked what is his favorite film of his filmography was, Tarantino shared, “For years people used to ask me stuff like that and I would say something like, 'Oh, they're all my children.'" The director then revealed, "I really do think 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' is my best movie."
A highlight from “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” includes its third-act montage scored to The Rolling Stones' "Metamorphosis" variation on "Out of Time." It is a fantasy for a 1970s devoid of curdled, Manson Family hippie horses***, where a scuffling star, like the film’s character of Rick Dalton, could've found a home in the New Hollywood firmament.