The eight films in Quentin Tarantino’s filmography – from “Reservoir Dogs” to “The Hateful Eight” – would take approximately 23 hours to watch in their entirety. But, if you want to feel like a completeist today and don’t have that much time (or that strong a stomach), you can check out Candice Drouet’s “Tarantino Had The Last Laugh,” a four-minute supercut of every single time a Quentin Tarantino character (or the director himself) laughs in his films.
By our count, there are 170 separate instances of laughter in these films – an average of over 20 laughs per picture. Thirty of those laughs come from Samuel L. Jackson himself, the star of “Pulp Fiction,” “Jackie Brown,” “Django Unchained” and “The Hateful Eight.” Other frequent contributors are Kurt Russell, Walton Goggins and even Adolf Hitler (played by Martin Wuttke in “Basterds”).
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