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Director Quentin Tarantino Starring: Quentin Tarantino, John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson
Theatrical-Release: 14 October, 1994
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Pulp Fiction (18)

“Behind the Mask! Based on The Movie The Mask!”

Written on: 28/02/2013

We are all wearing a mask, metaphorically speaking, which is we are hiding our true talents for true life that is somewhat true, but some people just don’t have much of a choice, and thanks to a movie that is called The Mask, that played within 1994, on May 17, 2005. Starring, Jim Carry, showing that you don’t always need the mask to show your true self. Of course at the time he didn’t even get rid of the mask at first, he thinks that the doctor on his T.V. named Dr. Arthur Newman, the… Read Full Review

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“Pulp Fiction - How do you follow up a brilliant film...”

Written on: 26/06/2004 by Stephanie Barnes (1 review written)

Pulp Fiction - How do you follow up a brilliant film like Resevoir Dogs? If you`re Quentin Tarentino, you make another film, cast great actors, fill it with weird situations and you have Pulp Fiction, one of the best films of the `90s.
Whereas Resevevoir Dogs told one story (Jackie Brown and Kill Bill also did this), Pulp Fiction tells several stories involving L.A`s lowlife. Before the credits are up, we meet Pumpkin (Tim Roth) and Hunny Bunny (Amanda Plummer), a pair of stick-up artists… Read Full Review

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