and Religious Thought .
"Pulp Fiction" has become the "Citizen Kane" of this generation. It has inspired thought and questioned movie-making logic, as we had previously known it. Quentin Tarantino wrote and directed this film, which has been a cult classic since its conception in 1995. Many people will tell you what makes Pulp Fiction amazing is it attention to .
detail, while others might say it is the way the story's explained.
Quentin Tarantino put in every detail that someone .
coming out of his movie might question, but it is this .
detail that leaves those questioning. The movie starts with a bang as you find yourself in a restaurant with a lovely couple as they talk you find out they are not that lovely. The next thing you know they are using many different curse words and are robbing the restaurant that they were eating at. This starts the movie, but later you realize this ends the movie, but in the real order it would be within the first hour. .
"Pulp Fiction" has three main characters Jules, .
Vincent, and Butch, but there is other secondary character. Each of these characters brings something to the movie they are not just cookie cutter characters. Tarantino does a masterful job making sure that each person has depth and some sense of honesty. There is nowhere this is more apparent then in the development of Jules and Vincent. .
Jules and Vincent are hired guns for a mob boss named Marcellus Wiley. Vincent has a tie to Tarantino's first movie "Reservoir Dogs" in which one of the characters is named Vic Vega. Is this his cousin or brother staying in the family business? The biggest thing with the story of Jules and Vincent is that there is extensive dialogue. They talk quite a bit and this is extremely different from the image that is put out in tons of other mob movies. Another .
thing that makes it complex is that they do not just kill without hesitation, they must get in character as is they are playing a part in the part.