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Awesome Music / Quentin Tarantino

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    Reservoir Dogs 

    Pulp Fiction 

    Jackie Brown 

    Kill Bill 

    Death Proof 
  • "Jack and Jill" is a really touching song, just a lonely melancholic piano playing in a moment of passiveness. You won't really thing it would be THAT kind of Mood Whiplash after watching the rest of the movie, but...

    Inglourious Basterds 
  • David Bowie's "Cat People". Should be completely out of place, but fits perfectly and creates amazing atmosphere.
  • If you ever have the chance to have theme music announcing your arrival anywhere, you want it to be "The Verdict". You know it's true. Tarantino and Ennio Morricone cannot be denied.
    • Speaking of Morricone...Rabbia E Tarantella. Enjoy.
    • And if you happen to have the man who murdered your entire family show up behind you while at a restaurant with Nazi soldiers, few sounds would match up as well as the beginning of this video.
  • "One Silver Dollar"; there's just something so damn sexy about Mélanie Laurent sitting in that cafe, reading a book and smoking a cigarette, while that song plays.

    Django Unchained 

    The Hateful 8 
  • The simple fact that Q was able to convince Ennio Morricone to compose his first original Western score in decades should be awesome enough. If not, the fact that it won him a Golden Globe and his first Oscar definitely is.

Alternative Title(s): Django Unchained


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