“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” Quentin Tarantino’s latest movie, is set in Hollywood in the summer of 1969 and stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie. Like any Tarantino movie, it’s filled with hidden references and homages to some of his favorite movies and TV shows. There are also a lot of Easter eggs that connect this movie with the rest of his filmography, from “Pulp Fiction” to “Kill Bill” to “Inglourious Basterds.”

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Everything You Missed In ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ | Pop Culture Decoded

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31 thoughts on “Everything You Missed In 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' | Pop Culture Decoded

  1. In pulp fiction, when Willis meets Travolta in the bar for the first time , he orders a pack of Red Apple !

  2. When Al Pacino as Schwartz, was imitating the gun fire when he was having his meeting with Rick Dalton at Musso and Frank, it was sort of a callback to his own scene of shooting in "Scarface"…"say hello to my little friend!"

  3. One thing you missed is when Cliff Booth is driving behind the drive in theater to his trailer, you can hear the film feature intro song that plays at the beginning of Kill Bill. And the scene where Rick Dalton is making margaritas is very reminiscent of Budd making margaritas in Kill Bill Vol 2

  4. Didn't miss a single one of these. Did you come up with these all by yourself?! Whaaaat?! You too wild. I'd be totally lost if it wasn't for Insider. I'm not the type to get on the internet to put people down, but this is in your face "You're stupid, look at all these things we saw, and you missed!". Shit is almost disrespectful. Not even probably missed, but "EVERYTHING YOU MISSED"😂👍

  5. Max Cherry in Jackie Brown said “and away we go” right before he went into the women’s dressing room to get the bag of money.

  6. The awesome directors make movies in details like literally every detail that a few people would realize.

  7. Are people losing the ability to incorporate the letter T into some of their words or what. This guy calls the Rick Dalton character "Dal-un" about ten times. Lately l hear this phenomenon a lot. A baby cat is a "Ki-un", you fasten your shirt with a "Buh-un", you go ski down a "Mow-un" and so on. What the hell is wrong with your mouth dudes?!

  8. Death Proof is made in 2007? Daaaamn I thought that shit was from the late 80's or something

  9. one of the hippie girls is harley quinn smith, Kevin smith's daughter. and rick dulton has a short affair with a young girl who is played by tarantino's wife daniella

  10. "Once upon a time…", like many fairy tales begin. This movie was magical, from beginning to end. Man, I really wish timetravel to the past was possible.

  11. A thing you've missed to mention: The stagecoach that appears for a fraction of the second on the Melody ranch set is the same "Butterfield Overland Stagecoach Co." one used in The Hateful Eight.

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