See it...and if you rent you can get Vol 1 & 2 at the same time and watch them straight through...by far his best...c2000 said:Have not seen Kill Bill but as far as my wife and I are concerned its a tie between Pulp fiction and Jackie Brown..... Did he make dusk to dawn.That was different but I did like it...
Jerry in Minnesota.
Yeah, but that wasn't an original idea. It was based on "The Man from the South" by Roald Dahl (and was incidentally used in an episode of the 80's version of The Twilight Zone).dumonweb said:i woulda voted for "Four Rooms"... the movie about one night at a hotel.
the suspense of the lighter scene is pretty cool.
LOL! Yeh, I'm SURE Tarantino, a video store clerk, never saw Pelham!RumblePen said:I haven't seen City on Fire in 6 or 7 years, but I don't recall them having nicknames like Mr. White, Black, etc.
But yeah, Ringo Lam and Chow Yun Fat got a dedication credit on the screenplay for Res. so it's obvious this one was a direct inspiration for Res.
I'm with you on this. I love the Kill Bill sequence, but I believe Pulp Fiction really took him to another level.dagrinch said:My fellow Tarantino brothers, let me know your favorite movie by the master!! I'm still partial to Pulp Fiction, even though Kill Bill was off the hook, as well.