That doesn't answer the question, almost every single movie has dialogue, and a lot of them have great and unique dialogue.
I think you meant to say that all his movies have that pop culture-related dialogue. Often, his dialogue appears to have no relation to the plot, but in actuality, the dialogue is there for a reason. It builds on characterisation.
The question isn't what's unique about his films, it's; what are the similarities between them, what kind of stuff does he have in every one of his films?
Also, I think you were to broad in your first statement. People bitched about the lack of Tarantino-esque dialogue in VOLUME 1, but they shut up after watching Volume 2!!
I have read a lot of your posts where you seem to make up your own words for things, you are too up yourself, buddy. "Quentesque" is the worst "word" I have heard, stick to the known and given; Tarantino-esque.
Finally, it took a 14 year old to answer properly!
Yes Tarantino has trunk shots in all of his movies.
Other similiarities between his films:
- QT himself appears in some form in all his films
- They are full of film references
- uses a non-linear structure (as well as other devices found in novels)
- a briefcase often plays an important role in all his films
- shots of people doing things in extreme close-ups (eg. Max Cherry turning the gear box)
- never has product placement
- Often uses made-up brands (Red Apple cigarettes, Big Kahuna Burger)
- has some sort of cereal in all his films (mostly the discontinued ones, he has collected over time)
- have "long-shots" (a continuous unbroken take)
- characters have Aliases
- redemption plays a part in all his films
- have a crime element
- uses an actors thought to be out of taste, which usually end up as revivals (Travolta, Grier, Forster, Carradine,)
You may find others here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000233/bio