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Last week, news broke that legendary film score composer Ennio Morricone expressed discontent with the way in which Quentin Tarantino used his music in Django Unchained.
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Ever since director-writer-auteur Quentin Tarantino made his first splatter in Hollywood with the bloody 1992 heist flick Reservoir Dogs, he has defined himself by uniting…
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