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Samuel L. Jackson Lists His Top 5 Samuel L. Jackson Movies: One Tarantino Makes the Cut

Samuel L. Jackson has well over 150 acting credits to his name, from major franchises such as the Marvel Cinematic Universe and “Star Wars” to family blockbusters such as “The Incredibles” and a handful of Quentin Tarantino movies. Many of Jackson’s most famous roles have come courtesy of Tarantino, including “Pulp Fiction,” “Django Unchained,” “Jackie Brown,” and “The Hateful Eight.” But only one Tarantino movie appears on Jackson’s personal list of five favorite Samuel L. Jackson movies.

During a visit this week to Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show,” Jackson provided the five Samuel L. Jackson movies he loves most: Renny Harlin’s “The Long Kiss Goodnight” (1996), Joel Schumacher’s “A Time To Kill” (1996), Quentin Tarantino’s “Jackie Brown” (1997), François Girard’s “The Red Violin” (1998), and Kevin Reynolds’ “One Eight Seven” (1997). Interestingly enough, all of Jackson’s favorite Jackson movies were released in the 1990s. Some might expect “Pulp Fiction” to be a favorite, but it’s actually “Jackie Brown” that holds the closest spot to Jackson’s heart in terms of Tarantino movies.

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