hey tell me some cool like sayings from the movie aight sweet peice out
>>By bluegreen05 (Tuesday, 19 Nov 2002 00:24)
You can just buy this movie without thinking twice. You will like this movie for sure. Grade "A"
>>By Aopu (Friday, 13 Dec 2002 18:55)
A top 100 movie.
>>By dE (Sunday, 16 Mar 2003 05:41)
Thos are really lame coments
This is a really great movie it has drugs, sex, violence, violence, violence and more violence there's no ingredient thad you can add to this movie that will make it cooler
>>By the owner of the big mother fucker wallet (Thursday, 20 Mar 2003 21:01)
We just watched this movie in my film class; it was awesome! I saw it when I was barely a teen, and now, I'm addicted to this film. Great everything, in the world of cinema.
>>By pierce (Thursday, 3 Apr 2003 19:59)
I was watching this film yesterday morning,and I think that it's great film.John and Samuel was perfect.If you wanna write to me,I consider it a great honour: edi19840.interia.pl
>>By vincent (Tuesday, 15 Apr 2003 13:47)
Let's see, Pulp Fiction... What can you say? Quentin Tarantino have out done himself!
The intro on the resturant is one of the greatest scen in the whole movie, thought I've seen it a tousend times. When the music begins to play... Oh, you almost blast of...
>>By Da Qwerty (Tuesday, 22 Apr 2003 20:23)
Was there a sign in my yard that said "Dead Nigger Storage"?
>>By Bonnie (Saturday, 28 Jun 2003 08:29)
"There's a passage I got memorized,
seems appropriate for this
situation: Ezekiel 25:17. "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."
>>By the skinthinner (Sunday, 6 Jul 2003 05:41)
But my fav. quote in the entire movie is the part where Captain Koons talks to a young Butch Coolidge. It goes as follows:
".................So he hid it in the
one place he knew he could hide
somethin'. His ass. Five long
years, he wore this watch up his
ass. Then when he died of
disentary, he gave me the watch. I
hid with uncomfortable hunk of
metal up my ass for two years.
Then, after seven years, I was sent
home to my family. And now, little
man, I give the watch to you."
lol, thats hilarious.
>>By the skinthinner (Sunday, 6 Jul 2003 05:48)
t'was a delightful movie... truly splendid.
>>By Chelsea Hideous (Monday, 3 Nov 2003 04:43)
Ive heard that the band-aid on the back of ving raimes head is from where the devil took out his soul and that is what is in the briefcase that everybody wants. i think that is in the book "pulp fiction". but i could be wrong or misinformed
>>By schwagmann (Tuesday, 4 Nov 2003 11:36)
one off the best,a classic
>>By Gaston (Tuesday, 18 Nov 2003 23:50)
the twist contest....and the 10 minutes leading up to it...without a doubt the best scenes in the movie...
the five dollar shake is just a ridiculous, yet hilarious idea....such a great commentary
>>By guitar_solo (Wednesday, 21 Jan 2004 21:19)
The part with the needle after Mia sniffed the heroin(how stupid could you get, just sniffing everything in site?) was the funniest. Looking for the little "fucking medical book" and the magic marker. I love it.
>>By Montu - Sekhmet (Friday, 23 Jan 2004 20:04)
I need to see it again, reading the comments brings so much back again. Awesome movie.
>>By flamencoprof (Saturday, 24 Jan 2004 18:22)
what i thought truely made the movie great was the dialogue and how the actor interacted. The scenes with Vincent (John T) and Jules (Samuel L. Jackson), I hope I spelled the names right, waiting outside the door of the apartment where the were picking up the breif case and then again at the diner before the 'stand-off' were outstanding. And this just gets me started. when I think back to all the great stuff, I'd just end up rehashing the entire movie. This one is definately in my top 5 of all time
>>By bar-il-e-literate (Tuesday, 13 Apr 2004 18:23)
Was that really Ezeikiel 25:17?
I can't find it there ...
>>By Capitol149 (Wednesday, 21 Apr 2004 14:53)
Do we ever find out what was in the briefcase?
>>By Capitol149 (Wednesday, 21 Apr 2004 14:56)
Zeds dead baby!!!
>>By Tiny E (Wednesday, 21 Apr 2004 22:39)
There are several ideas about what's in the briefcase, but as someone allready said before me is the most famous the one about marcellus soul. That's why he has a big bandage over his neck.. And the story is something like that the devil took the soul (for some reason wich I've forgotten) and somehow it's in that briefcase.
They also say, somewhere in the movie "a soul it's the most beautiful thing you can have" and that you take out the soul from the back of someones neck. It's also said that a soul is shining like gold.. or something lke that..
It's sounds resoneble.
>>By Gretchen (Thursday, 22 Apr 2004 14:44)
Someone also told me that Mia and Vincent didn't actually win the dance competition. He said that if you listen carefully to when Butch is lurking through the apartments trying to get his watch back, you can hear a radio that says that the dance trophy was stolen. I haven't checked myself, but that's frickin' hilarious, and a nice little touch by that hyperactive Tarantino.
>>By The Walrus (Friday, 23 Apr 2004 16:57)
Can someone tell me why John Travolta's character gets killed by Bruce Willis' character, then appears in the final "diner" scene? Is Tarantino so "gifted" that he feels like he can just do anything and everyone will just say..."wow, what a genius!!!"
>>By william5289 (Tuesday, 4 May 2004 18:20)
Watch the order in which the characters appear in different chapters. There's nothing difficult about this story, and Tarantino is not playing God. The story-line just cut up and served in non-chronological order.
>>By Aywin (Tuesday, 4 May 2004 20:08)
tarantino is a one (er, make that two) trick pony
but what a great 2 tricks they were
everything else he's made since
pales in comparison
where christopher walken
returns the wristwatch
to butch as a boy
dialogue supplied by
< skinthinner >
up the page a bit.
i guess tarantino was a judge
on "American Idol"
a couple of weeks ago
pretty much sums him up.
>>By Helmet (Wednesday, 5 May 2004 00:35)
didnt anybody notice that when travolta was opening the breifcase in the beginning...?
the numbers are 66 and you dont see the third number
its so obvious....
my fav. part was at the dance competion... also... when Uma is dancing then finds the Madman drug crap but after that its really scary
>>By bagelboy13 (Saturday, 8 May 2004 07:51)
An amazing masterpiece. Today is a classic.
>>By Meliadus (Wednesday, 19 May 2004 14:45)
i dont know if this is right but someone told me it. when butch as a boy is being given the watch, the friend of his dads says if things had been the other way round his dad would have been giving it to his son jimmy and that is who tarantino plays in the film. his son jimmy, dunno if true. anyone?
>>By scooby doo (Saturday, 12 Jun 2004 12:12)
Oooooh that's a good connection, i dont know if it's true but it would be Tarantinoesque (i know, stupid word to say!). I have to say i love this movie it's just sooooo different and im all too aware that Tarantino is overrated but his two best movies (resevoir dogs and this movie) have to be held up as great pieces!
>>By Too Smart for a nickname (Saturday, 12 Jun 2004 16:43)
People who say Tarantio has not done anything good since Pulp Fiction need their heads looked at.Kill Bill volumes 1 and 2 were examples of his brillance and talent and Jackie Brown is underrated.And the point of the movie is not what is inside the briefcase,it could be anything.Man,you people really need to appreciate film
>>By __AcId__ (Tuesday, 29 Jun 2004 15:23)
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