PulP Fiction - Quentin Tarantino
Two people in love , talkin to each other over coffee about a robbery pull ou their guns and rob the coffee shop .
That's how this classic QUENTIN TARANTINO movie starts off . Its got a typical 'tarantinoish' soundtrack and for Tarantino fans such as myself this movie is as great as all his others . A propah gangsta movie with propah fundaes .
There are these beautiful touches of style and pizzazz , this cool guy , this sexy babe( UmaThurman - My all time favourite after Meg Ryan ) all fit into this classic masterpiece . Then comes John Travolta oozing charm and confidence but the best performance by far was by Samuel Jackson . While watching the movie i was like kinda wondering , whats he going to say in the end ? Well my question was answered and answered with such elan and sophistication that i was in a WoW !! state for a long time after .
Some parts of the movie i loved :
MIA : Why do we feel it's necessary to yak about bullshit
in order to be comfortable?
VINCENT : I don't know.
MIA : That's when you know you found somebody special.
When you can just shut the f*** up for a minute,
and comfortably share silence.
// Makes sense ... Wonder why people dont value silence anymore.
VINCENT : If you'll excuse me, I gotta go home and have a
// One of the best delivered statements of the movie ..
home cooked and delivered John Travolta style .
ESMARELDA : What does it feel like? Killing a man.
Beating another man to death
with your bare hands.
// Wonder what it would feel like
JULES( Samuel L Jackson ) :
"The path of the righteous man is beset on
all sides by the inequities of the
selfish and the tyranny of evil
men. Blessed is he who, in the
name of charity and good will,
shepherds the weak through the
valley of darkness, for he is truly
his brother's keeper and the finder
of lost children. And I will
strike down upon thee with great
vengeance and furious anger those
who attempt to poison and destroy
my brothers. And you will know my
name is the Lord when I lay my
vengeance upon you."
// Open to interpretation . High point of the movie.
I am going to remember this .