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.
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Frontrunners, the leader of the pack, whatever you want to call them, Leos are members of the zodiac that make everyone stop and take notice. They have an iron will and they get things done.
Winston "The Wolf" is a cleaner in Pulp Fiction, and when he's called by Jules and Vincent to get rid of a body, he immediately takes charge of the situation. Leos show the same tendency to take over every room from the moment they walk inside. It's not like they're being rude - people just naturally want to follow them. The same goes for the Wolf: he takes charge and makes sure everyone gets out of their nasty situation safe and sound.
Virgo is the most shrewd and analytical sign in the zodiac. Whenever they're faced with a situation - be it good or bad - they take in as much information as possible before deciding how to act.
The Hateful Eight's Major Marquis Warren is trying to transport his bounties to Wyoming when he stops at Minnie's Haberdashery and is thrust into a parlor mystery. Rather than immediately calling out everyone in the room, he stays cool and calm. He takes in all the information he can before finally getting down to figuring out who's on his side.
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As the sign most focused on fairness, Libras are known for being a bit too in their heads when it comes to making a decision. Sometimes this desire to be as fair as possible leads to decisions that are kind of out there.
Clarence Worley from True Romance (penned by Quentin Tarantino, directed by Tony Scott) tries to keep an even keel as his life spins out of control. This Libra-like judicious nature leads him down a path of destruction that could have been avoided if he weren't trying to be so decent.
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Scorpio is the most enigmatic sign of the zodiac. It's hard to tell what they're thinking, and they consistently play things close to the vest. Don't take it personally if a Scorpio doesn't let you in on their entire plan. It's not that they don't trust their friends, it's just that they trust themselves the most.
Jackie Brown is a Scorpio to a T. After she's caught smuggling money and drugs across the Mexican border, she has to come up with a plan to turn the small time crook that she works for and the federal agents who are after him against each other so she can live a life of ease in Europe. She lets her bail bondsman in on her plan, but even he gets taken for a ride.