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A big part of what makes Quentin Tarantino's movies so special is his unbridled affection towards everything pop culture. Each and every single one of his films is filled with references or homages to the titles that inspired him as a filmmaker, reflecting on his video store education and using his encyclopedia-like mind. Sometimes he's very on the nose about it - like the car from Vanishing Point in Death Proof or the Superman speech in Kill Bill Vol. 2 - while in other instances it's more subtle and obscure. This is a story about one of those that fit in the latter category. Those of you who were paying attention during the end credits of Django Unchained might have noticed something kind of funny. Amber Tamblyn, the actress best known for her parts on TV shows like House and movies like The Grudge 2, only has one scene in the movie, »

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