Pulp Fiction

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  • Stereotypes In Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction is Quentin Tarantino's most revered film, debuting in 1994. It features a series of disjointed stories surrounding a crime boss, Marsellus, and his hitmen, particularly, Vince Vega, a loyal, but sloppy and inept man who is assigned to various tasks ranging from taking care of Marsellus’ wife, to assassinating a boxer, Butch, who double crossed Marsellus. However, he is only one of many different fully flushed out characters in the film. The film aims to explore these different characters in depth over it’s length. The film nearly disregards formal plot conventions in order to accomplish this. The stories are only loosely connected, told in a non-linear style, and without a real conflict. It would be difficult to even declare a…

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  • Hyperreal Violence And Racial Stereotypes In Pulp Fiction

    however, are accurate portrayals of the reality of the situations featured in the given film; in those cases, the work reflects a version of the truth altered by the filmmaker and accepted by the audience. In Quentin Tarantino’s film Pulp Fiction, the use of hyperreal violence and racial stereotypes reflects upon the attitudes of modern American society. By the 1990’s, a number of filmmakers had taken to hyperreal violence for use as a critical cinematic device. Though Tarantino was not the…

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  • Pulp Fiction Narrative Analysis

    Pulp Fiction uses the “episodic narrative” form which makes the story more believable to the viewers. Due to its narrative being non-linear as it goes back and forth in time, it is implied that characters carry on with their lives in between scenes in the film. The narrative has a plausible effect on Pulp Fiction as a whole. This effect is best illustrated in the closing scene in which a restaurant being robbed by a couple, which happens to be the opening scene as well which depicts that the…

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  • Movie Analysis: Pulp Fiction

    Caitlin McGregor English 1010-005 20 November 2015 Professor Lupo The Unorthodox, Violent Film of 1994 The Miramax film, Pulp Fiction (1994) is considered a crime drama directed and produced by Quentin Tarantino, this label does not even begin to describe this outstanding, unorthodox film. From the beginning and in the end of Pulp Fiction it does a fundamental job with the same scene which includes: Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta, and guns. In this scene, the viewer gets a little bit of…

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  • Citizen Kane Pulp Fiction Analysis

    Comparison Paper: Citizen Kane and Pulp Fiction Influences on film making in today’s industry occur often, with new skills and techniques being implemented by daring producers and directors and are typically recycled by the next movie premiere. However, being boldly different is how particular film makers succeed, inspire future artists, and even make their mark on the industry, such as Orson Welles and Quentin Tarantino. Both film makers have been notarized for their accomplishments with not…

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  • Pulp Fiction Narrative

    In focusing on a narrative form that he terms as ludic, Newman looks at the work of the teasing inside joke and the enigma of the puzzle film. The word ludic was created around 1940 by psychologists as a way of describing the play of children, and applied to film, Newman informs us that this game-like form “… offers its own rewards, its own pleasures.” As a demonstration of these “pleasures,” Newman reads Pulp Fiction (1994) as a puzzle created for spectator entertainment, that uses the form of…

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  • Pulp Fiction Analysis

    Pulp Fiction is a screenplay of three different stories which merge between each other. The film is very interesting because is a story about corrupted people that talks about morals and religion, which is very contradictive compared to our community standards. For example, Jules as hitman he kills people because is his job, in the other hand he always use fake bible passages to bring to himself a reason why he does all that crazy stuff. Also, another sample is the scene where the couple Honey…

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  • Criminals In Pulp Fiction

    The subject of this assignment is Pulp Fiction, a 1994 gangster American comedy about blood, guts, violence, strange sex, drugs, fixed fights and a dead body disposal written and directed by the Oscar winner Quentin Tarantino. One of the most influential films of the 1990s, a delirious post-modern mix of neo-noir thrills, pitch-black humour and pop-culture touchstones. Gangster Films are developed around the sinister actions of criminals or gangsters, particularly bank robbers, underworld…

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  • Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction: Pop Music

    Pulp Fiction – Pop music Pulp Fiction (1994) is regarded as the breakthrough for director Quentin Tarantino. Quentin Tarantino, born in Texas, USA, is both a film director, screenwriter, producer and actor. He has won the Academy Award for best screenplay with both Pulp Fiction (1994) and Django Unchained (2012). With Pulp Fiction (1994) he also won the Palme d'Or in Cannes Film Festival (Svendsen and Emilsen, 2015). Pulp Fiction contains a mixture of American rock and roll, surf music, pop and…

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  • The Cause Of Violence In Pulp Fiction

    I do not believe that Pulp Fiction will inspire more violence in the community. I believe that people decide to do violent actions on his or her own. Producers should not have to produce a movie that is not violent because they are worried about other peoples’ actions. There will always be a chance that someone will recreate a violent scene from a movie and use it reality. I believe that Pulp Fiction would serve as a cleansing experience. The film does have good and parts, but I believe the good…

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