It's been a wild last few decades in film. We've seen incredible fluctuations in the way the world has shot and distributed film. One person who seems to have seen almost everything is Quentin Tarantino. The guy is responsible for some of the most important movies ever. And he's not afraid to share his opinions on everything else that's come out. 

Check out this video of him listing his favorites from Yes you can and see the full list after. 

What Are Tarantino's 20 Favorite Movies from 1992 to 2009? 

1. Battle Royale (dir. Kinji Fukasaku 2000).

After he listed that one, the rest are just some of his favorites in random order, so we went ahead and put them into alphabetic order. Check them out. 

2. Anything Else (dir. Wood Allen 2003).

3. Audition (dir. Takashi Miike 1999).

4. The Blade (dir. Hark Tsui 1995).

5. Boogie Nights (dir. Paul Thomas Anderson 1997).

6. Dazed & Confused (dir. Richard Linklater 1993).

7. Dogville (dir. Lars von Trier 2003).

8. Fight Club (dir. David Fincher 1999).

9. Friday (dir. F. Gary Gray 1995).

10. The Host (dir. Joon-ho Bong 2006).

11. The Insider (dir. Michael Mann 1999).

12. Joint Security Area (dir. Chan-wook Park 2000).

13. Lost In Translation (dir. Sofia Coppola 2003).

14. The Matrix (dir. Andy Wachowski & Larry Wachowski 1999).

15. Memories of Murder (dir. Joon-ho Bong 2003).

16. Police Story 3: Super Cop (dir. Stanley Tong).

17. Shaun of the Dead (dir. Edgar Wright 2004).

18. Speed (dir. Jan de Bont 1994).

19. Team America (dir. Trey Parker 2004).

20. Unbreakable (dir. M. Night Shyamalan 2000).

Have you seen all of these titles? Any of them surprise you on here?

I would love to watch Tarantino watching Team America, but that's just me. Let us know what you think in the comments. 

Source: Yes You Can