Quentin Tarantino is a legendary film maker. His movies are probably the most distinguishable and easily recognisable out there. Heavy conversational dialogues, violence, musical influences, pop-culture references, movie homages, and stylish directing are his signatures. As a former video rental store clerk he is undoubtedly the ultimate movie geek. When people asked if he ever went to film school, he would answer: "No, I went to films". Classic.
Here is my countdown of his films. This list only includes the ones he has directed so movies which he wrote like From Dusk Till Dawn  (which was kinda cheesy but I still loved because it was a whole lot of fun), Natural Born Killers  or True Romance  is not featured. Also the films should be fully directed by him so that means no to Four Rooms  and Sin City  while Death Proof is included rather than the double-feature Grindhouse.
#7 Death Proof 
The Tarantino movie that I didn't fully enjoy. It had its moments but it was quite easy to position at 7th place.
Classic Tarantino Conversation: The discussion on why girls should carry guns.
Selected Quote: Abernathy: "There are other things you can carry other than a gun. Pepper spray." Kim: "Uh, motherfucker tryna rape me? I don't want to give him skin rash! I wanna shut that nigga down!"
#6 Jackie Brown 
The only Tarantino movie which is not an original story. Quentin adapted the screenplay from the novel Rum Punch.
Classic Tarantino Conversation: The scene with Ordell (played by Samuel L. Jackson) watching TV with Louis (played by Robert De Niro) while discussing which guns to buy.
Selected Quote: "I'm serious as a heart attack"
#5 Reservoir Dogs 
Quentin's directorial debut about a heist although the film never actually shows the heist taking place. I can honestly say I was hooked by the movie from the very first scene (see below).
Classic Tarantino Conversation: Opening scene in the diner where they discuss the merits of tipping waitresses. Honestly coming from a country where tipping is a foreign culture, I have always been curious why people do it in western countries, so I can totally see Mr. Pink's (played by Steve Buscemi) point of view.
Selected Quote: "You gonna bark all day, little doggie, or are you gonna bite?"
#4 Kill Bill: Vol. 2 
The more dramatic and talkative of the Kill Bill series. If Volume 1 is a homage to Japanese Samurai films, volume 2 is clearly influenced by Spaghetti Westerns and Chinese Martial Arts movies.
Classic Tarantino Conversation: Bill discussing which are superhero's true alter-ego
Selected Quote: Bill: "How do I look?" Bride: "You look ready"
#3 Pulp Fiction 
I know most Tarantino fans will put this on their number one spot. I think this movie is fantastic, its just happens that I enjoyed two more movies better. Probably Quentin's most recognisable movie. Even people who has never seen the movie would probably identify with the picture above.
Classic Tarantino Conversation: Take you pick from "what they call a Quater Pounder with Cheese in France" or "what giving foot massages represents" to "why its not good to eat pork".
Selected Quote: "If my answers frighten you, then you should cease asking scary questions"
#2 Kill Bill: Vol. 1 
The Bride (played by Uma Thurman) is the coolest female assassin in cinematic history. Wait, hold on to that thought. I take it back. She is tied at the number one spot with fellow character from the movie, Gogo (played by Chiaki Kuriyama).
Classic Tarantino Conversation: This is perhaps the only Tarantino movie without a memorable conversation. I can't think of one.
Selected Quote: "Silly Caucasian girl likes to play with samurai sword"
#1 Inglourious Basterds 
Christoph Waltz puts in a legendary performance as Colonel Hans Landa. Proof of Quentin's growth as a director and screenwriter is shown in the two conversation scenes featured below. He always had a way with dialogues but these two scenes now have the added element of suspense.
Classic Tarantino Conversation: The opening interrogation scene or the bar scene.
Selected Quote: "Oooh, its a bingo!"