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Pulp Fiction
Crime, Drama, Thriller
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Quentin Tarantino
John Travolta as Vincent Vega
Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield
Tim Roth as Pumpkin - Ringo
Amanda Plummer as Honey Bunny - Yolanda
Eric Stoltz as Lance
Bruce Willis as Butch Coolidge
Ving Rhames as Marsellus Wallace
Phil LaMarr as Marvin
Maria de Medeiros as Fabienne
Storyline: Jules Winnfield and Vincent Vega are two hitmen who are out to retrieve a suitcase stolen from their employer, mob boss Marsellus Wallace. Wallace has also asked Vincent to take his wife Mia out a few days later when Wallace himself will be out of town. Butch Coolidge is an aging boxer who is paid by Wallace to lose his next fight. The lives of these seemingly unrelated people are woven together comprising of a series of funny, bizarre and uncalled-for incidents.
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3 sets, main roles, debug's and stories.
Post following the segment of how everything concerns a little respect on the law, 2 Hit men named Vincent Vega (John Travolta) and Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson) Investigates the problem with the summit of their enemies and confesses to them about what they'e done, Jumping back and forth from one story to the next sounds frequently outstanding taking a quick look at the characters, plot and the main event, A purpose we can picture, However... Quentin Tarantino makes much movies that do with comic book similar stories that not only do himself but with his other friends who worked on those projects.

now we're moving on, Uma Thurman the actress in the film has the name Honey Bunny on her character, seems normal. In vision of the hair style and the viewpoint of her did so much better than the other films she has been in. And i don't know what they are because this is just about the first film with her in i've seen,

And the most memorable... Butch played by a man named Bruce Willis, A Die Hard actor. He is a boxer and does the complete opposite of the league, a champion who is known for The Diplomat Boxer, He not only does all this without struggling but knows what to do on most of the work that Quentin Tarantino asks.

Overall: This is the Quentin Tarantino Masterpiece I enjoy the most, Great Actors, Great Story, Brilliant Script, Well Improved Screenplay and Awesome Hard Work from Quentin Tarantino back in the 90's, Let's hope his films get better by the moment.
Could Be Most Overrated Movie Of All Time
Pulp Fiction is often considered the coolest and greatest film of all time. But, the people who usually say this are pretentious film snobs and people who think this is something extraordinary. Excuse me, it isn't.

First of all the film has NO plot. If a film has no plot, then why should we care about the unlikeable characters? Second, the diagloue is so....BAD. Does the director think people actually talk like this, because, well they don't.

Third, the grossly, glamorous violence, is disgusting. This isn't a horror film, so why do we need such violence popping in and out of the movie? So, I urge everyone to avoid the hype of this pretentious, terrible mess.
The worst Movie i've ever seen in my life.
Absolutely no idea why this film is so popular. I was bored out of my mind from the first scene to the last waiting patiently for a twist of some sort to tie the multiple stories together, which never happened. Probably my least favorite movie i've ever watched. The acting wasn't bad and the film did tie in some aspects of popular culture and previous films, but if the viewer doesn't give a crap about any of the characters whatsoever, or the plot(if you could call it that), then whats the point. I gained nothing from watching this movie besides an intense feeling of emptiness that usually comes after wasting 150 or so minutes of your life watching a pathetic piece of crap film about nothing. Was I at the edge of my seat, yes, however It wasn't because of the suspense, I couldn't keep my head from falling forward or my eyes open. And the way that the scenes were arranged, terrible. The movie memento is hard to follow sometimes and slightly dull at some points but at least there was a freaking point in the way the scenes were arranged, considering the main character had memory problems. In this movie, there was no reason for the random mix up of the scenes, except to just do something different and make a movie so weird and disgusting the critics think its a masterpiece. I usually like movies that are critically acclaimed, like The Godfather, one of my favorite movies, but Pulp Fiction isn't even in the ball park. There isn't the dark complex characters like in the godfather, just a bunch of rambling idiots tripping over their stupidity.
Awful every time
I hate to be the Debby Downer of the bunch but.... this movie is awful. I was forced to watch it growing up by my parents, then again as a teenager by a boyfriend, and now again for a class I'm taking. I do not get the point of anything this movie puts out, I actually hate everything about it. The plot set up is ridiculous, the characters are awful and disappointing, and the ending even sucks. I wish I could get the time back for the three regrettable times I had to watch this film, but I can't. I will never watch this movie again, and hopefully after I write this review I can go back to acting like this awful thing was never created or released to the public. Don't waste your time, it's more entertaining to watch paint dry.
It's Wild, It's Chaotic, It's Pulp Fiction!!!
My oh my. "Pulp Fiction" is one of those roller-coasters of a movie. It is both a joy and a trial to sit through. Amazingly original and unforgettable, Quentin Tarantino's trash masterpiece never gets old or seem outdated. It put a face on American independent film making in 1994. Miramax had been around since the 1970s and no one had heard of it before this film. Studios went into a panic when this film came out because they knew it would be an amazing hit. Of course it was. Independent film making became the rage and hit its peak in 1996 when four of the five nominated Best Picture films were from independent studios. The screenplay and direction by Tarantino are quite amazing, but the cast makes the film work. John Travolta (Oscar nominated) re-invented his career with this film. Bruce Willis cemented his celebrity. Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman (both Oscar nominees) became marketable superstars. Others who make appearances include: Ving Rhames, Christopher Walken, Eric Stoltz, Rosanna Arquette, Steve Buscemi, Frank Whaley, Harvey Keitel, and of course Quentin Tarantino himself. They all leave lasting impressions as well. Samuel L. Jackson stood out the most to me, his lack of substantial screen time may have cost him the Oscar. Just an amazing accomplishment, all involved deserve recognition. Easily 5 stars out of 5.
It's what you called showing in a culture or rather re emphasising a culture.
It's what you called showing in a culture or rather re emphasising a culture.

It's an important film and no doubt one of the most important ones to have come in the last 20 years. Not many films, threatened to change the rules of the game, as this film did. In terms of writing, it's non-linear, now non-linear in the real sense, it does not have a proper line of scenes or proper interpretation either, but they are connected by characters. This film has some iconic scenes which you will never forget. Like that, adrenalin shot scene to Mia (Uma Thurman) or reciting Bible's Eziekel 25:17 by Jules (Samuel Jackson).

Though, it's nearly 2 and hours, its not long and seems short as they are many questions unanswered. So, is Vincent dead or not? What is there in that briefcase to Marseilles? And these are left unanswered. With just 7 scenes, you make a 2 and half hour movie that redefines in it's own way the perspective of the audience. So, I am amazed more than anything even as I watch it for nearly 10th time and the surprise keeps coming each time I see this. There is something that always works in PULP FICTION. But, what makes this film work is it's writing. It's writing like madness, there is no proper thing called this is it. It can be referred to anything and you may be right. The righteous man and the evil man interpretation is just a tiny example that can be taken out for how we can interpret a character.

If I want to write one favourite scene here, it's gonna be the whole movie coz I like everything in it. Technically, I like the cinematography, sound design and costumes. But above all, I liked performances and dialogues.

Thanks to Quentin who has given us more memorable movies in the last 20 years that are far superior in writing than anyone else. But for me, this is is my favourite Quentin film and I will stick with this till he out performs himself by writing something much more weird than this.

A sure 5/5 for one of my favourite films, no less ever.
Quentin you're the man!!!
This is a pure masterpiece folks.Actually a unique movie with its own style and feel unlike anything before it.You have to see it for yourself and find out what the film is all about because everybody has different interpretation of it.The essence of the 50s,60s and 70s captured and combined in one big hell of a movie.Highest admirations to all the actors who were involved in this movie.John Travolta is my number one character in the film fallowed closely by Sam Jackson,Bruce Willis and the hotter than ever Uma Thurman.The dialog is great and you feel like you're in the movie yourself connected with these people.Guns,blood,torture,rapes(and you'll never guess who got raped)and a briefcase full of whatever your imagination is.What Pulp Fiction right away-one of the definitive movies of the 90s and one of the best of all times.
Exceptional !
Exceptional. Pulp Fiction can not be classified in any category, it goes beyond anything that has been done before and creates something that no one else can reproduce except Tarantino himself. The scenario is very particular, disconnected and mended with relevance in order to present the film to us in a new light. We are transported in the past, the future and we return to the present.
Is Tarantino Our New Kubrick?
It seems to be the fashion among film "intelligentsia" to give wild praise to the most incomprehensible and incoherent rubbish, sending the partly unspoken message that if you, the film-goer, do not get it, you are not smart enough to understand it. This applies to most of the oeuvre of the late Stanley Kubrick (with the exception of LOLITA, DR STRANGELOVE, and to a point A CLOCKWORK ORANGE), and it applies equally well to this odd and trashy bit of nonsense handed to us by Quentin Tarantino. To say that sitting through it was painful would be an understatement, but if that isn't bad enough, it is also incoherent and confusing (at one point the Samuel L Jackson character dies, if memory serves, only to show up alive later with no explanation given). Uma Thurman is striking to look at in that dark wig, and Travolta stretches what little acting talent he has, but I still to this day have no idea what the movie was about, and frankly, Tarantino failed to make me care very much.

Like most of Kubrick's work, this film is visually striking: the color palette in particular is stunning. But at the end of the day, how a film looks means nothing unless there is some substance underneath the surface, and if there is any here, I did not see it.

At the time this movie came out, the critics were falling all over themselves proclaiming that it represented a new direction for Hollywood films. Fortunately that seems not to have been the case.
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