Quentin Tarantino has surely made a lot of very good movies, but which one of them does he find the least impressive?
"'Death Proof' has got to be the worst movie I ever [made]," Tarantino recently told The Hollywood Reporter. "And for a left-handed movie, that wasn't so bad, all right? -- so if that's the worst I ever get, I'm good. But I do think one of those out-of-touch, old, limp, flaccid-dick movies costs you three good movies as far as your rating is concerned."
The 2007 film was released as part of "Grindhouse," a double feature with Robert Rodriguez's "Planet Terror." "Death Proof" didn't exactly get savaged by critics -- it sits at a less-than-ideal but not-horrible 65 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
Tarantino also said he's eager to leave the film business before it's too late (read: before he makes a really bad movie). The quirky director isn't entering the race for one of Hollywood's biggest gigs either: He "could so care less" about the new "Star Wars" films, telling EW.com he finds a Disney version of the franchise entirely boring.
This isn't the first time the Tarantino has said he wants to call it quits. He's said the same to Playboy earlier this month and expressed a desire to go out on top while doing press rounds for "Inglorious Basterds."
For much more, including what Ben Affleck has to say about retiring, head over to THR.