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Top 10 Musical Scenes In Quentin Tarantino Films

Sunday, Quentin Tarantino, one of the best modern film directors not named Uwe Boll, turns 48 years old. It's hard to believe the beloved hipster director has now been on the public radar for almost 20 years, with his feature-length debut and breakout movie Reservoir Dogs turning the big 2-0 next year.

It's hard to pinpoint what the Tennessee-born, California-living director has cooking next. Rumors have been swirling about a Kill Bill Vol. 1/Vol. 2 unrated super-cut release in the U.S., or perhaps even a third entry in the series. (According to IMDB.com, it's happening.) One thing is sure, though - whatever he decides to pick up next will be a stunner.

His last film, 2009's Inglourious Basterds, is easily our favorite QT flick, edging out Pulp Fiction, but then again we are partial to war movies.

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Craig Hlavaty
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