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“Nothing less than a cultural phenomenon” (Moviemaker Magazine), Quentin Tarantino’s PULP FICTION has been hailed by critics and audiences worldwide as a film that redefined cinema. Tarantino delivers an unforgettable cast of characters – including a pair of low-rent hit men (John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson), their boss’s sexy wife (Uma Thurman) and a desperate prizefighter (Bruce Willis) – in a wildly entertaining and exhilarating blend of crime-thriller-drama-comedy that is completely original and entirely unforgettable. Nominated for 7 Academy Awards® including Best Picture and Best Director, PULP FICTION packs the punch like an adrenaline shot to the heart.
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This may be John Travolta's best role. He is an actor I dislike intensely, but in this role I could overlook that. He is Vincent Vega, a hit man who works for the mob. The more messes he gets into, the worse they become. We see him with his partner, Jules, played by Samuel L. Jackson, on their way to visit drug dealers, and are discussing the French word for Quarter Pounders. Sounds pretty innocent, does it not?
Travolta is asked by his boss, Ving Rhames to take his wife, played by Uma Thurman,out for a night. Travolta turns up stoned, and can barely talk. They go to Jack Rabbit Slim's, a 50's theme restaurant. Thurman overdoses and a mess develops.
Around every other corner is another mess to be cleaned iPhone. The action is violent, the conversations hilarious, and the writing if this film one if the best. Of course, the director, Quentin Tarantino is superb, and really he cannot outdo himself with another film.
We laughed and cringed our way through this film, and I thought, this needs to be seen on a regular basis!
Highly Recommended. prisrob 04-27-14
It's a really well crafted movie from start to finish. It is not a linear movie. It bounces around on the timeline of events that occur. There is a main plotline going through the movie, but it's probably not readily apparent upon an initial watch. It really is a collection of related stories and characters that make up the events of the film, and it works amazingly well
The performances are all top notch. Everyone, save for maybe a few random cameos, performs to their best. The characters are all written to be layered and interesting, and the performances laid on top of that make them so much better.
The dialogue is some of the best in cinema history. It's a very quotable film, and a lot of the character dialogue will stay with you for a long while after viewing.
And it's a film that has aged extremely well. Though it obviously occurs in the mid 90's, and has a lot of 50's and 60's nostalgia, it really feels like it could occur in the present day. Aside from a few dated references, it's a timeless kind of movie.
Overall, I can't recommend this enough. It's a fun watch front to back. It's paced well, and most of the scenes in the film are captivating. If you haven't seen this one, i really recommend remedying that as soon as possible.
I also purchased the movie "Go" along with this one since people have made so many comparisons. Anyway, Go is no Pulp Fiction but, I will say I actually liked it too. It does follow the same format by intertwining stories although, Go depicts a more "common" cast of characters which may appeal to a younger audience.
Both movies are filled with drugs, sex and violence...Please be cautious to whom you allow to watch these movies.
FYI: I purchased the DVD (not Blu-ray) version for the 2nd (bonus material) disc...Unless you're interested in a lot of back lot scenes, there really isn't a lot of extras included. The Blu-ray version may have better video and probably better sound although my DVD has a pretty good picture and the sound was in stereo but not surround-sound.