Quentin Tarantino loves a pop culture reference. Arguably, it's his indulgence in geekdom that's made him so beloved by, well, geeks.
College Humor (English translation: College Humour) have edited together all the pop culture references Quentin Tarantino has made throughout his filmmaking career, spanning two decades. Note the dial in the bottom right - it tells you to which decade the reference alludes.
The Douglas Sirk steak please. Cooked medium melodrama.
- Chris Villeneuve
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