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* ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons''. A ShoutOut to Tarantino in a ''Disney'' film. With frogs.

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* ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons''. A ShoutOut In ''[[Anime/GhostInTheShell Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence]]'', one happens as Batou and Togusa prepare to Tarantino in raid a ''Disney'' film. With frogs.

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* ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons''. Has one as a ShoutOut to Tarantino in a ''Disney'' film. With frogs.
11th Sep '16 10:29:40 AM phantom-pole
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* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', the Winchesters keep their weapons in the trunk, and so it represents their "family business." The last shot of the pilot is a dramatic trunk shot with the trunk slamming shut serving as a cut to black. Also an example of BookEnds, as season 2 ends with the exact same shot, and line/theme ("We've got work to do.").
* ''Series/MyMadFatDiary'' uses this trope in its first episode, when Karim is first introduced.

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* ''Series/BreakingBad'': In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', the Winchesters keep their weapons ColdOpen for the Season 5 Premier, this shot is used as Walt looks at [[spoiler: the M60]] in his trunk.
* ''Series/FakingIt'' does it
in the trunk, and so it represents their "family business." The last shot of the pilot is a dramatic trunk shot with the trunk slamming shut serving as a cut to black. Also an example of BookEnds, as season 2 ends premiere when Shane kidnaps Lauren's boyfriend Tommy.
* In "And His Watch is Ended" of ''Series/GameOfThrones'', Varys shows Tyrion a trapped sorcerer that is kept in a large box, bound and gagged, Varys and Tyrion are shown watching him from this angle,
with part of the exact same shot, lid and line/theme ("We've got work to do.").
* ''Series/MyMadFatDiary'' uses this trope in its first episode, when Karim is first introduced.
the box visible.



* ''Series/MyMadFatDiary'' uses this trope in its first episode, when Karim is first introduced.



* ''Series/BreakingBad'': In the ColdOpen for the Season 5 Premier, this shot is used as Walt looks at [[spoiler: the M60]] in his trunk.

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* ''Series/BreakingBad'': ''Series/StrangerThings'': In "The Bathtub", Hopper gets one when he and his lieutenants find the ColdOpen for the Season 5 Premier, this shot is used as Walt looks at [[spoiler: monster hunting equipment]] in Jonathan's trunk.
* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'',
the M60]] Winchesters keep their weapons in his trunk.the trunk, and so it represents their "family business." The last shot of the pilot is a dramatic trunk shot with the trunk slamming shut serving as a cut to black. Also an example of BookEnds, as season 2 ends with the exact same shot, and line/theme ("We've got work to do.").



* In "And His Watch is Ended" of ''Series/GameOfThrones'', Varys shows Tyrion a trapped sorcerer that is kept in a large box, bound and gagged, Varys and Tyrion are shown watching him from this angle, with part of the lid and the box visible.
* ''Series/FakingIt'' does it in the season 2 premiere when Shane kidnaps Lauren's boyfriend Tommy.

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* In "And His Watch is Ended" of ''Series/GameOfThrones'', Varys shows Tyrion a trapped sorcerer that is kept in a large box, bound and gagged, Varys and Tyrion are shown watching him from this angle, with part of the lid and the box visible.
* ''Series/FakingIt'' does it in the season 2 premiere when Shane kidnaps Lauren's boyfriend Tommy.
8th Sep '16 12:19:59 PM magmablock
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** ''Film/TheHatefulEight'': A wounded [[spoiler: Bob's]] POV before Marquis [[BoomHeadshot finishes him off.]]
7th Sep '16 11:46:13 PM ragingr2
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* ''Film/HeWalkedByNight'' : Credited with being the first film to use this trope.
* ''In Cold Blood''

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* ''Film/HeWalkedByNight'' : Credited In ''Film/HeWalkedByNight'', credited with being the first film to use this trope.
trope, the cops thoroughly inspect the trunk of a car.
* In ''In Cold Blood'' Blood'': the cops put a box in the trunk of the car, after putting Dick in the car.



* In ''Uncle Buck'', Buck and Tia look at Bug who is bound and gagged in the trunk.
* In ''Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome'', the camera looks at Mad Max and a group of abandoned children, who find a laddered shaft under the trunk of a car wreck.



** ''Film/InglouriousBasterds'': the POV is just lying on the ground.
** ''Film/DjangoUnchained'': from the ground.

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** ''Film/InglouriousBasterds'': the POV is just lying on the ground.
ground when Rain and Donowitz use a knife on a Nazi.
** ''Film/DjangoUnchained'': the POV is from the ground.ground when Django points his gun at Big John Brittle.



* In the short film ''Cigarettes & Coffee''

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* In the short film ''Cigarettes & Coffee''Coffee'', Bill tells Steve in the trunk of his car "...almost home, Stevie!"



* In the video for Axelle Red's 1998 music video ''Rester femme''
* Shakira's video for ''Objection (Tango)''

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* In the video for Axelle Red's 1998 music video ''Rester femme''
femme'', Axelle looks at her husband, who is bound and gagged in the trunk.
* In Shakira's video for ''Objection (Tango)''
(Tango)'', she is smiling sadistically at her ex-boyfriend and his mistress, who are bound and gagged in the trunk.
7th Sep '16 11:28:46 PM ragingr2
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* ''Film/{{Goodfellas}}''

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* ''Film/{{Goodfellas}}''''In Cold Blood''
* In ''Film/{{Goodfellas}}'' there is a famous trunk scene, although the camera POV isn't actually looking out from inside the trunk.



** ''Film/JackieBrown''

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** ''Film/JackieBrown''''Film/JackieBrown'': on two different occassions. One where Ordell Jones wants Beaumont Livingston to get in the trunk. And one where Jackie Brown gets stuff from her trunk.



** ''Film/ReservoirDogs'': looking down on the captured cop in the trunk.

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** ''Film/ReservoirDogs'': looking down on out from the trunk where the captured cop in the trunk.is.



* In the short film ''Cigarettes & Coffee''




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* In ''Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest'', the camera looks out of the hole in the ground where Jack, Elizabeth and Norrington found a chest.
* In ''A Good Day To Die Hard'' John and Jack inspect the trunks of three different cars.




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* In the video for Axelle Red's 1998 music video ''Rester femme''
* Shakira's video for ''Objection (Tango)''
3rd Sep '16 11:23:29 AM TheBigBopper
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A specific type of ContainerShot, usually deployed in any movie which involves a character placing or retrieving something (or someone) in the trunk (boot, if you're using British English) of a car. POV will usually be from within the trunk looking up at the character opening it.

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A specific type of ContainerShot, usually deployed in any movie CompartmentShot, which involves a character placing or retrieving something (or someone) in the trunk (boot, trunk[[note]]boot, if you're using British English) English[[/note]] of a car. POV will usually be from within the trunk looking up at the character opening it.
it, sometimes from the actual POV of a character who's been stuffed into the trunk.
3rd Sep '16 11:20:55 AM TheBigBopper
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Usually deployed in any movie which involves a character placing or retrieving something in the trunk (boot, if you're using British English) of a car. POV will usually be from within the trunk looking up at the character opening it.

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Usually A specific type of ContainerShot, usually deployed in any movie which involves a character placing or retrieving something (or someone) in the trunk (boot, if you're using British English) of a car. POV will usually be from within the trunk looking up at the character opening it.
30th Aug '16 7:58:10 AM Odacon_Spy
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* ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' uses this trope in "Paddy's Pub: The Worst Bar in Philadelphia" Given the [[AccidentalKidnapping context]], it may be an additional shout-out to Tartatino's films in general

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* ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' uses this trope in "Paddy's Pub: The Worst Bar in Philadelphia" Given the [[AccidentalKidnapping context]], it may be an additional shout-out to Tartatino's Tarantino's films in general


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* ''WebOriginal/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory'': [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wYtG7aQTHA Spielberg vs. Hitchcock]] has one [[spoiler:at the end of Quentin Tarantino's verse]].
3rd Jul '16 3:56:32 PM eroock
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* ''Film/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet'': Mrs. Lovett looking onto Pirelli's body in the chest.
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