Watch 5 Minutes of Quentin Tarantino References, Hidden in Pop Culture

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Quentin Tarantino is one of the world’s most celebrated filmmakers, and for good reason. From Reservoir Dogs to Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood, the auteur has made some of the most critically acclaimed—and influential—movies in cinematic history.

Whether you love them or hate them, Tarantino’s films— with their nonlinear storylines, brutal violence, and blaring soundtracks—are unique and undeniably his own. Scenes like the ‘50s diner dance in Pulp Fiction and the garish ear-slicing scene in Reservoir Dogs are so iconic that many filmmakers have parodied or emulated them in movies, music videos, and TV shows (with The Simpsons and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia making repeated references to the two-time Oscar winner’s work).

The super cut below, which was edited by eagle-eyed fan Jacob T. Swinney, features more than five minutes of all the Tarantino-inspired pop culture references you may have missed the first time around.

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