Inked Mag Staff
March 24th, 2020
Tattoos from Tarantino Films
From Mr. Pink refusing to tip to Rick Dalton barbecuing people with a flame thrower, we're going on a journey through tattoos from Quentin Tarantino's films.
Whether you like his films or loathe them, it’s undeniable that Quentin Tarantino is one of the most important filmmakers of all-time.
Tarantino will be celebrating his birthday on March 27th, so as a gift to him, we wanted to feature some of the amazing tattoos that we’ve found based on his films.
There are so many iconic scenes throughout his catalog. The dance scene at Jack Rabbit Slim’s. Lt. Aldo Raine carving a swastika into a German’s forehead. The Crazy 88 falling victim to the Bride’s Hanzo sword. Django riding proudly on a horse in his new clothes. Mr. Blonde holding a police officer’s severed ear up to his lips and saying hello. And honestly, this barely scratches the surface.
Few writers have the gift for dialogue that Tarantino has. The man loves to talk about anything and everything, his gift is being able to work these often ridiculous conversations into a script naturally. Many of his scenes feel as if they were improvised, but improvised by the wittiest humans on Earth.
THE HATEFUL EIGHT
We were able to find tattoos representative of almost every single one of his films, which is why it came as quite a shock that we couldn’t scrounge up any tattoos from “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” Doesn’t somebody out there want to get a little banger of Leo doing that ridiculous dance? C’mon, people. C’mon….
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