Consulting the stars to decipher bits of your personality is a time-honored tradition. You can use the zodiac to determine what your future will hold, who you're most compatible with, and which Quentin Tarantino character you relate to the most.
Audiences who are obsessed with Tarantino's work have put together fan theories about his films and found Easter eggs in his work, and now it’s time to see how his characters fit into the zodiac chart. If you know Tarantino, you know he treasures his characters and that they each have a dense - and generally complicated - backstory, which makes them the perfect characters to assign to the 12 astrological signs. All of Tarantino's smooth-talking personalities bring something special to the table, and if the stars are to be believed, you'll find a special kinship with one of them.
Courageous and confident, when an Aries finds themselves in a tough situation they don't back down. They'd rather take care of business, and if that means bursting into an apartment where someone is hiding a suitcase filled with mysterious gold light, then that's what they're going to do.
Jules Winnfield is the true north of the Tarantino universe. He's a hitman with a heart of gold who does what he's told, and like an Aries he's comfortable in a leadership role. He doesn't like waiting around and would rather keep moving from one job to the next.
When a Taurus puts their mind to something, you'd better believe they're going to accomplish their goal - it just might take some time. They may seem like they're not actively pursuing their goals, but a Taurus is always working towards progress even if it's not obvious.
Bridget von Hammersmark spends much of Inglourious Basterds acting in German propaganda films, but she's actually working with British intelligence to bring down the Third Reich. Even though she meets an untimely end at the hands of Hans Landa, her hard work pays off.
Artistic and intelligent, if a Gemini is presented with a problem they don't cower - they figure out how to solve it in a unique way. Similarly, Pumpkin and Honey Bunny, the bandits who rob the diner in Pulp Fiction, want to find a safer and better way to rob people. Together, they decide to knock over a diner because it's less secure than a bank and the "hero factor" is almost non-existent.
Like Geminis, these two are sweet and cooperative together, but their attitude can change in two shakes of a lamb's tail.
Cancers are deeply intuitive people who are in touch with their own personal nostalgia. They grow attached to things in their past and lead with their hearts in every situation. Because of their natural inclination to follow their feelings, they can end up in trouble, just like Zoë in Death Proof.
All Zoë wants to do is test-drive a 1970 Dodge Challenger, the same car from the 1971 film Vanishing Point, which happens to be on sale in their immediate area. This Cancer-esque need to live out something from her childhood is exactly what gets her and her friends in trouble when they find themselves on the run from Stuntman Mike.