Loyalty In Pulp Fiction

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Mallorie Belk
Dr. Mike Pettengell
English Composition II
15 February 2018
Daytime Violence with Loose Morals Entwined
Who doesn 't want to space off in pure marvel over a type of film that created an era of its own? If that 's the case, then you are certainly no stranger to having heard of the film Pulp Fiction. This movie has always sparked nostalgia for me because my older sisters always used to let me join in on whatever they were doing (including viewing raunchy movies). First trend you 'll notice in this slick flick is the ever-apparent theme of loyalty. In the 1994 film, Pulp Fiction, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino practices thrilling barbarity to wittily poke fun at traditional societal norms. With his unique technique, a theme of loyalty …show more content…

The couple portrayed only as "Pumpkin" (Tim Roth) and "Honey Bunny" (Amanda Plummer), are just about to kick off the whole movie! Pumpkin gathers how it would be less dangerous to hold up coffee shops and diners, rather than liquor stores. Next thing we know, Honey Bunny stays true to the theme of loyalty and decides there’s no better time than the present to test this theory. First, the two enjoy sucking face, then they whip out guns and Pumpkin starts shouting, “Everybody keep cool, this is a robbery!” Honey Bunny follows, “Any of you fucking pricks move, and I 'll execute every motherfucking one of …show more content…

After getting the cash, that night it seems Butch’s conscience comes into play as he dreamt of his father’s friend returning a gold watch to him that had been passed down in his family for generations. Butch 's father ensured the gold watch made it back to his son by the means of his friend Koon. Butch awakens after reliving the realization that his father died as a prisoner of war. Is Butch Maintaining Loyalty in a way his father would be

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