This film is the epitome of bad-ass. Pulp Fiction, presented in a nonlinear storyline, is the success that brought characters Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson) and Vincent Vega (John Travolta) to the forefront of movie characters of the nineties. Almost every line spoken in the movie is a dialogue to remember, from Jule's recital of a chapter from the bible, to Jule's and Vincent's idle chatter about Europeans and the metric system and their arguments for and against foot massages.
Pulp Fiction follows three plots that intersect each other in different ways. The film opens with a scene of two diners at a restaurant planning a stick up, introducing the prelude of Jules Winnfields enlightenment story. It then leads onto the dilemma with Vincent Vega his boss' wife, followed by the story of Butch (Bruce Willis), a prizefighter who cheats Marsellus Wallace, who happens to be Vincent and Jule's boss, to win a larger sum of money for himself. The film is largely presented with a dark sense of humour with intricate style that invokes a very melancholy feel.
Stars that make an appearance in the film include Uma Thurman. Christopher Walken, Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth and director of the movie Quentin Tarantino. Pulp Fiction remains to be one of my all time favourite films to this day, so much so that I've decided to change the background of this blog to a very cool gun-toting Vincent and Jules to represent the nineties.
|A very smoking hot Uma Thurman smoking.|