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Quentin Tarantino Movie Review Essay

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Identify the film’s director and year of production. The director of the film was Quentin Tarantino and it was produced was in 1994.
2. The film is divided into 3 vignettes. Who was the protagonist of each story and what actor portrayed these characters? Jules, Vincent, and Butch were the protagonist in the stories. Samuel L. Jackson played Jules, John Travolta played Vincent, and Bruce Willis played Bruce.
3. Identify the focus of this film (pp. 18-26), and explain your choice using specific examples from the film. The focus is on the style, texture, or structure. Films that focus on these things have like the textbook says has a quality that sets them apart from any other films. They have a unique look, feel, rhythm, and tone.
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After reading the external review--which you were assigned to do BEFORE you watched your film, what observations or opinions caught your interest and why?
Before this class, I’d actually never seen the movie and didn’t understand why it had so much praise. I would hear so much about the film and it was even referenced in a movie that was released in 2017 with Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson (The Hitman 's Bodyguard) but It never really had my interest. I would have most likely gone my entire life without watching the film.
9. Did you agree or disagree with that review after watching the film? Why or Why not? I read a review from the publisher The Guardian it was written by Peter Bradshaw. Well for one Peter absolutely loves this movie. The title of this article was “Pulp Fiction review – Tarantino 's mesmeric thriller still breathtaking 20 years on” He even went on to give the film five stars. He went on and on raving about the film the only thing I could agree with was that the film was mad. I didn’t really care for the film and probably won’t watch it again it wasn’t bad but it wasn’t good either. It had its moments. I appreciated the film for what it tried to do but it was crazy to wrap my head around.
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