Quentin Tarantino loves his curse words more than most filmmakers, but have you ever wondered which of his movies boast the most bad language?
Words like “fuck”, “fucking” and “shit” are pretty commonplace in films like Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown with Tarantino’s early movies mainly populated by characters from “the wrong side of the tracks” so to speak.
However, until now, most people didn’t know which of his films was the worst when it came to the sheer number of swears that feature.
Thankfully, a film buff with a hell of a lot of time on his hands put together a handy infographic on Imgur.
The unknown movie lover tracked the number of times anyone said “ass”, “fuck”, “fucking”, “goddam”, “shit” and, rather awkwardly, the “n-word”.
According to his findings, the Tarantino movie with the most swears is Pulp Fiction, followed closely by Reservoir Dogs.
While Tarantino’s debut movie had the most uses of the word “fucking”, Pulp Fiction featured the most uses of the words “fuck” and “shit”. Separately that is, not together. Though we wouldn’t rule that out.
Jackie Brown boasted the highest number of uses of the word “ass” while, perhaps unsurprisingly, Django Unchained boasted by far the most uses of the “n-word”.
Elsewhere, there was a three-way tie for the films that featured the word “goddam” most with Django, Jackie and Pulp Fiction all tied.
By comparison, Inglorious Basterds and both of the Kill Bill movies featured a lot less swearing while, at the other end of the spectrum, Reservoir Dogs boasted over 175 uses of the word “fucking|”.
That’s a lot of fucking…