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Every pop culture reference in Tarantino's movies

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If you've seen more than 30 seconds of a Tarantino film, you'll be aware that he likes to pepper his work with references to popular culture.

It's one of his trademarks and it's one of the reasons that he's one of the few directors that can sell a film on his name alone.

As Django Unchained continues to wow his fans in the US, a rather smart supercut has emerged that includes every single one of his pop culture references from Reservoir Dogs right through to Inglourious Basterds.

Django Unchained is released in the UK on January 18th

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