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    Pulp Fiction

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    Pulp fiction, a modern day legacy of a film was written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, in 1994. It first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival to surprisingly rave reviews. The films approach is atypical; it is a choppy set of scenes that create a connection of characters that is far from the traditional chronological Hollywood story line. The plot is uniquely arranged, around and between the ideas of revenge and redemption which best fit the Independent Film category due to the combination

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    Pulp Fiction Analysis

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    graphic, Tarantino’s violence holds a purpose. This paper will look at two films, Jackie Brown and Pulp Fiction, and their depiction of violence and the aesthetics used. It will also look at classic film conventions and ultraviolence aesthetics used by Tarantino. Finally, the paper will determine what aesthetics Tarantino carries over in each film. Quentin Tarantino’s depiction of violence in Pulp Fiction becomes bloodier and more graphic as the film continues. Early in the film, Martellus shoots two

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    Ethical Values in Pulp Fiction Pulp fiction is a movie filled with drugs, violence, gambling, and pop iconography, describing how real-life society is going towards the “death of god” era; a life without morals. A lot of movie critics would say that Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) and Vincent (John Travolta) possess no ethical values, no sense of morality. They also say that the movie does not convey a message. The movie does convey a message; Quentin Tarantino just masks it behind the street-savvy

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    Pulp Fiction Analysis

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    Pulp Fiction is a crime, drama film starring John Travolta, Uma Thurman, and Samuel L. Jackson. The film was directed by Quentin Tarantino and also written by Quentin Taratntino and Roger Avary. Pulp Fiction was a production by A Band Apart, along with Jersey Films and distributed by Miramax. The film in 2013 was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". (SOURCES: http://www.imdb

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    Analysis Of Pulp Fiction

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    One of the early scenes in "Pulp Fiction" features two hit-men discussing what a Big Mac is called in other countries. Their dialogue is witty and entertaining, and it's also disarming, because it makes these two thugs seem all too normal. If you didn't know better, you might assume these were regular guys having chit-chat on their way to work. Other than the comic payoff at the end of the scene, in which they use parts of this conversation to taunt their victims, their talk has no relevance to anything

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    Pulp Fiction Analysis

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    In the film Pulp fiction, Quentin Tarantino decided to make the film non-linear in order to keep the attention of the audience as well help develop the story. Tarantino has been know to tell most of his narratives in this very disjointed manner. The non-linear order in all of his films helps to develop the characters much more before you get to see how they are related to the main narrative. It also helps to keep the audience’s attention and makes them really focus on the individual scenes presented

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    Tarantino's Pulp Fiction

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    Pulp Fiction is a movie that almost everyone today has seen during it theater run or at home on DVD or Netflix.  However, it can be a complicated movie to understand if one is only looking for a straight narrative. Pulp fiction seems to have multiple plots being told almost simultaneously creating an aura of confusion for the ones not paying close attention. Some will say it is about two hit men or a boxer, but actually there is no set story behind the film.  The whole purpose of the film was to

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    Pulp Fiction, a film where every 1950’s pop culture icon is on display from Zorro to Buddy Holly. Quentin Tarantino 's 1994, Pulp Fiction, went on to win an Oscar for best original screenplay, and gained a cult following. This report will examine the film 's relationship with Nihilist theory. The film is centered around Jules Winnfiel’s [Samuel L. Jackson] transformation, from someone with no sense of what to believe in, to someone who experiences ‘Divine intervention’ and rethinks his system of

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    Pulp Fiction is a cult classic. Released in 1994 by co-writer and director, Quentin Tarantino, this movie is a neo-noir crime drama/dark comedy that revolves around several seemingly independent stories that intertwine as the film progresses. The way this film came together was a bit of an intentional accident. The two writers for the film, Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary, weren’t planning on writing this at all. Originally, they were going to do a short film then decided that wouldn’t get studio

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    lines spoken in a scene have nothing to do with what’s happening in the scene, but are quick, snappy, and most of all, cool. Music is also a special trademark, where songs, especially pop culture songs, are placed in a scene for a specific mood. In Pulp Fiction, Vincent Vega (John Travolta) dances with Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) in one scene. Because she seems a tad suspicious, the song, “You Never Can Tell” plays. Sometimes the music and songs don’t even match with the time period the movie’s set in.

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