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    Best Quentin Tarantino Flick ever!

    Let's take a vote and feel free to throw in comments and rhetoric. His best movie was:

    A. Reservoir Dogs (Harvey Keitell, Chris Penn, Steve Buchime...)

    B. Pulp Fiction (Samuel L Jackson, John Travolta)

    C. True Romance (Christian Slater, Dennis Hopper, Christopher Walken, Brad Pitt, and many more)

    D. Another one not listed

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    Pulp Fiction.

    Question: Why was the Wolf wearing a tuxedo at 8:00 in the morning? Where was he?
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    Pulp Fiction.

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    Pulp Fiction without a doubt
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    reservoir dogs was good but i think i'm gonna have to go with B.
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    Pulp Fiction.

    And Kromax I thought about that too and here is what I found on the imdb...When Winston Wolf takes the call from Marsellus, he is dressed in an evening suit, with a party plainly going on in the background, yet it's around 8:30 A.M. He's an unusual man who presumably goes to unusual parties.

    What do you all think was in the briefcase?

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    Originally posted by -sin-

    What do you all think was in the briefcase?
    Chinese food.
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    Yeah .... What was suppose to be in that suit case ??
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    I thought Jackie Brown was underrated but I really liked it. I got a dog around the time it came out and called my dog Jackie and Miss Brown.

    Pulp Fiction is a classic in my opinion.

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    Pulp fiction is great, but let's not forget from dusk till dawn.
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    I agree Pulp Fiction is a great movie...but I really enjoyed True Romance. That is one of the top movies on my list.

    I didn't enjoy Jackie Brown too much. I don't consider a movie good when I check my watch every 10 minutes to see when it's going to end. It had some good moments but I wouldn't consider it in the league of the other movies listed here.
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    dusk til dawn was pretty good.

    i'll have to go with pulp fiction tho.
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    Originally posted by Tryska
    dusk til dawn was pretty good.

    i'll have to go with pulp fiction tho.
    Dusk till dawn wasn't officially a QT flick. It was directed by Robert Rodriguez and tho the script was Tarantino, I'm pretty sure it was based on an original concept by Tom Savini (sp?) (sfx/makeup guy, starred in FDTD as Sex Machine).

    As the story goes, Savini did the makeup and sfx for Reservoir Dogs in return for Quentin writing the script for FDTD.

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    yeah but i'm talking script not cinematography, etc. scriptwise, i liked pulp fiction best cuz it's got gret lines.
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    Pulp Fiction favorite quote: "Oh I'm sorry! Did I break your concentration? Sorry 'bout that. You were saying something about best intentions. Oh, so you were finished....Well, allow me to retort! What does Marcellus Wallace look like?"

    Somebody jump in and finish Jules' lines here...........
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    WHAT??
    I SAID WHAT DOES MARCELLUS WALLACE LOOK LIKE??
    WHAT??
    SAY WHAT AGAIN!!
    HE'S BLACK
    DOES HE LOOK LIKE A BITCH??
    WHAT??
    BANG (WHITE BOY GET'S SHOT)
    NOW DOES MARCELLUS WALLCE LOOK LIKE A BITCH!!!
    NO!!
    THEN WHY ARE U TRYING TO **** HIM LIK ONE!!

    I THINK THAT PRETTY ACCURATLY DESCRIBES THE REST OF THAT SCENE. I'LL HAVE U KNOW I KNEW THAT OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD THANK YOU VERY MUCH. AND YES MY CHOICE IS B
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    I'd go with Pulp Fiction on this one, i'd say that Resevoir Dogs & True Romance are pretty close behind though.

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    Pulp Fiction is one of my favorite movies. I love the twist scene it such a great parody of Saturday Night Fever.
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    Pulp Fiction. Seen it at least 100 times.

    What was in the briefcase?

    Remember the bandaid in the back of Marcelles Wallace's head? Supposedly, somehow someone stole his soul through a hole under that bandaid. That was his soul he was trying to recover in that briefcase. Strange, but hey, that's Quentin for you...

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