The Bonnie Situation
"Don't you fucking realize, man, that if Bonnie comes home and finds a body in her house, I'm going to get divorced? Alright, no marriage counselor, no trial separation. I'm going to get fucking divorced, OK? And I don't want to get fucking divorced. Now, man, you know, fuck, I want to help you but I don't want to lose my wife doing it, all right."
Pulp Fiction in Typography
Pulp Fiction: Fucking Short Version
The Hamburger Scene
Vincent and Jules Restaurant Scene
Pulp Fiction - Vincent Killing Marvin The Snitch
Anybody else think Maria de Medeiros looks like the Modesty Blaise cover?
Pulp Fiction: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
“You are such a poseur and a lame-o for using a song another movie has already christened", remarked Tarantino at the time of this release.
The Pulp Fiction soundtrack is rife with great music and quotes from the seminal film. It remains one of the best listening experiences of all time.
The Gold Watch story in Pulp Fiction, an In-depth Analysis
Rob Ager, the film critic behind collativelearning.com gives an in-depth analysis of The Gold Watch scene in Pulp Fiction. He uses video and narrative to build a case that much more symbolism and story is being transmitted than first meets the eye.
Anyone with more than a casual interest in the film will appreciate Mr. Ager's analysis as it will give the viewer even more to think about during subsequent viewings of the film. Nicely done!
Take a Tour of the Most Memorable ‘Pulp Fiction’ Filming Locations 25 Years Later
Is Vincent Vega Jesus?
Vincent Vega represents Jesus. It's so obvious, once you look at it this way, everything lines up, but amazingly I haven't found anything making this connection in the movie's 20 years of existence.