THE DIVERSITY OF MY THOUGHTS

Ask me    Your Submissions   tumblr hit counter
hit counter FILMS, PHOTOGRAPHY, MUSICS, TV COMMERCIALS, PRINT ADS, RANDOMNESS about.me/akmaleky

PULP FICTION

is such a wonderful movie because everything is great in it. The narrative structure is perfect, it’s puzzle-like and divided into chapters, in which all the details fit perfectly because of the painstaking work of Tarantino (there are so many details, that for many times you see the film you will always find something new). These chapters are not even exposed in a chronologically ordered, forcing the viewer to put the pieces of the plot, which would be difficult to describe. We should also note the mind-blowing staging, the flashbacks, the endless film references to other cult films (including Reservoir Dogs), the players, the atmosphere, the soundtrack, making it a masterpiece of contemporary cinema that will be remembered. 
Pulp Fiction can also be seen as an icon because since its release in 1994, no films were able to deliver more than pay homage to films of similar style but much lower, of course. Quentin Tarantino showed the world that he possesses the powerful wit he visualizes within each minute of this 2,5 hour-film. The cast is also excellent, (who does not know John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis and Uma Thurman?) With some brilliant performances like above, everything is amazing in Pulp Fiction. 
Tarantino cleverly mixed suspense and action with black humor at its best. Furthermore, the idea of ​​combining three stories altering the thread of the narrative was risky but he made it. If the amount of times you see a film determines its value then it is clear that Pulp Fiction is definitely the movie of my life.

PULP FICTION

is such a wonderful movie because everything is great in it. The narrative structure is perfect, it’s puzzle-like and divided into chapters, in which all the details fit perfectly because of the painstaking work of Tarantino (there are so many details, that for many times you see the film you will always find something new). These chapters are not even exposed in a chronologically ordered, forcing the viewer to put the pieces of the plot, which would be difficult to describe. We should also note the mind-blowing staging, the flashbacks, the endless film references to other cult films (including Reservoir Dogs), the players, the atmosphere, the soundtrack, making it a masterpiece of contemporary cinema that will be remembered.

Pulp Fiction can also be seen as an icon because since its release in 1994, no films were able to deliver more than pay homage to films of similar style but much lower, of course. Quentin Tarantino showed the world that he possesses the powerful wit he visualizes within each minute of this 2,5 hour-film. The cast is also excellent, (who does not know John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis and Uma Thurman?) With some brilliant performances like above, everything is amazing in Pulp Fiction. 

Tarantino cleverly mixed suspense and action with black humor at its best. Furthermore, the idea of ​​combining three stories altering the thread of the narrative was risky but he made it. If the amount of times you see a film determines its value then it is clear that Pulp Fiction is definitely the movie of my life.
— 1 year ago with 6417 notes
#Quentin Tarantino  #Samuel L. Jackson  #John Travolta  #Uma Thurman  #Tim Roth  #Harvey Keitel  #Black Comedy  #Cult Film  #Film Review  #Pulp Fiction  #Bruce Willis  #s13ky 
  1. fatkidslovecakes reblogged this from black-bastard
  2. ocommeoptimus reblogged this from lottereinigerforever
  3. live-love-lisa reblogged this from nikeonmyfeet
  4. kurt--cocainez reblogged this from nikeonmyfeet
  5. malcolm-luther reblogged this from i-n-v-e-r-s-e
  6. i-n-v-e-r-s-e reblogged this from nikeonmyfeet
  7. black-bastard reblogged this from nikeonmyfeet
  8. collegepussah reblogged this from nikeonmyfeet
  9. majin-drew reblogged this from nikeonmyfeet
  10. ivorangel7 reblogged this from nikeonmyfeet
  11. hustledagod reblogged this from nikeonmyfeet
  12. britt-knee reblogged this from nikeonmyfeet
  13. nikeonmyfeet reblogged this from mamislicknasty
  14. blvnderbuss reblogged this from maximalistt
  15. maximalistt reblogged this from spvceslutnepp
  16. babydontletitbreakyourheart reblogged this from bunchofdistantlovers
  17. uncooked-toast reblogged this from ryandesu420
  18. ryandesu420 reblogged this from crisdol
  19. tentai13 reblogged this from s13ky and added:
    It’s never too late to get to know somebody.
  20. colluphid reblogged this from jacknicholson
  21. cheyenne-jude reblogged this from collidingthepoweroflove
  22. s1nkinglifl3ss reblogged this from i-wish-i-could-eat-your-cancer
  23. sundiana reblogged this from damnitpatrice
  24. damnitpatrice reblogged this from s13ky
  25. kkarinakarina reblogged this from re-genesis
  26. drugxlord reblogged this from re-genesis
  27. re-genesis reblogged this from translucentmind
  28. wewere reblogged this from ive-lostcontrol
  29. o-minimalismo reblogged this from moon-alien
  30. moon-alien reblogged this from americanhorrorpop
  31. americanhorrorpop reblogged this from ive-lostcontrol
  32. ive-lostcontrol reblogged this from j-e-v-e-u-x
  33. j-e-v-e-u-x reblogged this from happinnessisawarmgun
  34. vantage-ad reblogged this from repllicunt