Lil' Pulp Fiction
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Hal Rudnick, Mike Carlson, Nick Mundy and Dan Murrell debate over the following Movie Fights for the week of 11/16/14:
Now you can see them all in one video!
By popular demand, ReenSnackments gives "Pulp Fiction" the Steak and Eggs treatment in "Gulp Fiction." "What. Does. Marcellus Chocolate. Look. Like?!" By popular demand, ReenSnackments gives "Pulp Fiction" the steak and eggs treatment in "Gulp Fiction."
It's oddly therapeutic, in a way. Although I'd say that the Gimp's death was sort of undetermined. Some say he's still out there, looking for love. Today's must-see video comes to us from Jaume R. Lloret, who has lovingly placed every single violent death from Quentin Tarantino's films into one convenient supercut. It's oddly therapeutic, in a way. Although I'd say that the Gimp's death was sort of undetermined. Some say he's still out there, looking for love. For a full body count, consult this Quentin Tarantino movie deaths infographic.
An homage to his many homages. Indiewire put together this helpful guide to Quentin Tarantino's homages by amassing side-by-side comparisons of his most direct visual references. Take a look and see how QT was inspired to create some of his most memorable scenes. The silly wigs though are all Samuel L. Jackson.
You can tell this guy poured over the Encyclopedia Britannica as a kid. Take notes. This will be on the final.
Why slog through five seasons of 'Dexter' when you can get the gist in the same time it takes to make rice in the microwave? If you're like me, you have no real tolerance for Showtime's"Dexter." It's not bad, it's not great, but it can be VERY grating. I think the show would be a lot more palatable if it was 1 minute long, and so does Landline.tv, who produced this absolutely spot on parody of the serial-killer-who-kills-serial-killers-series (say that even ONE time fast). Why slog through four seasons of this show when you can get the gist in the same time it takes to make rice in the microwave? (Warming Glow)
Inception was a hell of a film. It was also a hell of a confusing film, all things considered. Leave it to some artist, however, to increase the confusion variable by a factor of holy-crap-what-am-I-watching.
'Divergent' is more believable than this. Man Up stars Simon Pegg as a guy who has a great time with his blind date who isn't completely, totally honest with him. Lake Bell stars as the lying liar who lies in order to be with him. Just so we're clear that this is a work of fiction, Lake Bell looks like this: And Simon Pegg looks like this.Once her deceit is revealed, they then break up and spend the rest of the movie figuring out that they want to be together. What until he finds out that she's not even really British.