Big Red Flix 67: Pulp Fiction (Part 3)

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All good things must come to an end and so does this BKR of Pulp Fiction. Join Dave, Jitterbug, and Yoshifett as they discuss the great Samuel L. Jackson moments and horrific (at the time) gimp scene that completes Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece.

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  1. TardyMoments

    Has to be the my favourite film, Really great shows guys! am looking forward to the next BKR!

  2. Raven

    Loved the BKR! I just watched True Romance written by Quentin. I’d love to hear your thoughts on it. Keep up the great work.

  3. There’s not much to argue about here. It’s a great movie, for a lot of reasons. It’s one modern movie that immediately became a MUST WATCH for all film school students, for all avenues of study: acting, lighting, sound, editing, directing, writing… Damn near perfect.

     

  4. FireMuncher

    I LOVE you Yoshi!!! L.A. Confidential is one of my favorite movies. I watched it for the first time after I played L.A. Noir. (Yes I loved that game too actually) I was on my honeymoon up in a small beach town in northern lower Michigan in a cabin. What else to do but watch a bunch of movies, glad we chose that one! that we also listened to the Star Wars Prequels’ BKR as well ;-)  

  5. PsuedoScion

    Fond memories of this film. Brother came back from the US and convinced me to see it – so I took him along with me, even though he was underage (purchased a ticket for another movie and snuck in). Enthralled from beginning to end; nothing like it up until that point. Can’t say I’m on board the Tarantino fan train (don’t have affection for the same film genres), but this film will provide fertile discussion for years to come.

  6. I recently heard someone saying that Pulp Fiction was typical wall-to-wall Tarantino action, and I just wanted to slap that person. While QT’s later films certainly focus a bit more on action (with the exception of the best parts of Basterds), Pulp Fiction’s grandest achievement (IMO) is how it fooled everyone into thinking it was action packed when it is almost 90% dialogue. It is the antithesis of the modern summer blockbuster, and I love it soooo much for that. While I ADORE the action in the Kill Bill movies, I actually tend to be disappointed when QT’s movies force a ton of blood splattering action. In Django, for instance, I wish the Dicaprio scenes had been the entire breadth of the film. I loved every scene he was in, and the back and forth between him, Waltz, and Django were soooooo freaking great… Then came the action-porn and “yawwwwwn.” 

  7. DeanBiddler

    Jitterbug, have you seen Frailty? Any chance for a BKR as this movie is right up that type of alley?

     

  8. DeanBiddler said
    Jitterbug, have you seen Frailty? Any chance for a BKR as this movie is right up that type of alley?

     

    I think I’ve seen part of that one, but never the whole thing.

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