There’s a curious balance in being an auteur. You need to have a unique voice, but you also can’t be too derivative of your own work. This assembly of Tarantino driving shots shows how a set piece can be a calling card, yet effectively drive (ahem) the story in each film.
With endless ways to innovate in film, I find it fascinating when simple techniques yield dramatic results. Like these GIF movie posters, which elegantly capture the character of the movies themselves. Granted, I have the cinematic experience to flashback to. But if you had never seen any of these films, wouldn’t your interest be piqued?