PULP FICTION is my favorite movie of all time for a myriad of reasons. This review focuses on another way to interpret the overall experience. I hope you enjoy this edition of my weekly column, Cinema Rembered, for the epicest epic nerd site on the interwebs, THAT MOMENT IN.
THIS WEEK:Pulp Fiction (1994) Intertwined stories are set in a criminal underworld. The main story follows a hitman named Vincent Vega (John Travolta in the Oscar nominated role that revived his career) and his perilous misadventures.
HOW IT STARTS: Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) and Vincent are ready to “take care” of their assignment, when they experience a sudden unexpected turn of events. (Caution: Spoilers ahead.)
THE PREFACE: With impeccable storytelling, several chapters are woven together in this character-driven crime drama. The main reason to watch this is Quentin Tarantino’s work behind the lens and behind the pen. Story isn’t really the main focus, it’s more on the combination of textures and flavours that brew together for this tasty concoction.
The best movie ever made is a pure delight on many levels from the technical aspects, story structure, breakthrough acting, the pinnacle of soundtracks, gritty violence, pitch black…
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