Tarantino was a master in reviving classical narrative structures. All his films are full of tributes. The great contribution to film Tarantino was certainly the editor Sally Menke. "Inglourious Basterds", has many awesome editorial moments. Also I remember "All That Jazz" with an incredible final sequence for the main character (played by Roy Schneider, edited by Alan Heim who, by the way, won the Oscar against "Apocalypse Now" edited by Walter Murch). Or the opening Battle scene of "Saving Private Ryan" (Directed by Spielberg and edited by Khan) Another films with a super interesting structures like: "Memento" (Dir. Nolan/Editor Dody Dorn), "Eternal Sunshine for the Spotless Minds" (Dir. Gondry/Editor Valdís Óskarsdóttir), I think they should be included in the list.