Pulp Fiction - 1990

Quentin Tarintino’s Pulp Fiction is Outrageously violent, time twisting, and possibly one of the most influential movies ever created in the 1990s. This film will fill your addiction for a crime film, with a rich dialogue and original mix of violence and humor.

Directed in a very ordered manner, this film follows several stories of Los Angeles hit men, fringe players, smalltime criminals and a mysterious briefcase. Pulp fiction is host to many well known actors and actresses, either making their debut, or reinforcing fame to their career. Among the most recognizable are John Travolta as Vincent Vega, Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield, Uma Thurman as Mia Wallace and Bruce Willis as Butch Coolidge. Pulp fiction is based mostly on dialogue and humor, which is very crude and contains a large amount of foul language and profanity, thus the rating R.

Pulp Fiction - 1990The acting in this movie is extremely up to par, and is nothing less from what you would expect from A-list actors like the ones featured in Pulp Fiction. Samuel L. Jacksons extreme usage of foul language really makes you believe that he is a hard criminal. His authority over those that he speaks to really makes his character that much more believable. Some of the dialogue that goes along with a scene in the beginning of the movie, where Vincent Vega, And Jules go to send a messages to associates of their boss, is completely irrelevant to the task they are going to carry out. This small side talk dialogue really makes the feel of the whole scene believable and more relatable.

Quentin Tarintino shot this movie in a very postmortem style. Lots of still shots looking straight ahead at the actors face with them, or someone else talking. The movie was shot in a very low stock, which gave the effect of an almost no-grain image. No big special effects were used in this movie, except for the gun shots fired in several scenes, which is expected of a movie like this. If there were a lot of special effects I think it would ruin the feel of the movie.

Pulp Fiction
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Writers: Quentin Tarantino, Roger Avary
Stars: John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson

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Description: Pulp Fiction - 1990
Rating: 4.5
Reviewed by: Veronica Allen
On: 6:46 AM