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Sir Sammy Hain Esq.
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I love all movies that Quentin Tarantino has either directed or written. I love the way he tells his stories in a non-chronological manner, his dialogue is always very natural and so real to life. His characters are usually really memorable and rich. But another aspect of his I have always enjoyed is his musical selections. In most movies the songs are usually thrown in there but with Tarantino his songs seem to have a life of their own and seem to be a part of the story and almost like they're a seperate character. I know there's a few Tarantino fans around here and was wondering how they feel about his choices in music.
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He has great instincts on the soundtrack music choices, very much like Martin Scorsese.

I am planning to buy the soundtrack to the "Kill Bill" movies.

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Great director and writer. Great movies. Even a good actor.
And yeah, great movie music.
Specially in Pulp Fiction. A wonderful soundtrack.

The only one I thought was a little... out of place, though I like the song, was Bjørn Skifs' "Hooked on a feeling" in Reservoir Dogs.
You know... Ooga chaka, ooga ooga ooga chaka...

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Sir Sammy Hain Esq.
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Over stateside they were known as Blue Swede
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I liked his version of the song "When Doves Cry". [Smile]
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Loved the use of the song "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon" written by Neil Diamond and performed by Urge Overkill.
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