Mike White has hit a new low. He now nitpicks on every small little line and shot said and made in Pulp Fiction and tries to find similarities in other movies. Does he succeed?
Ezekiel 25:17 speech taken from the movie "The Bodyguard"
"They'll strip you naked and go to work on you with a pair of pliers
and a blow torch" "Charley Varrick" (1973)
The mysterious golden glare from the briefcase. "The Killing" (1955)
The adrenaline shot speech. "American Boy" (1978)
The animated square made by Uma Thurman. "Three Little Bops" (1957)
A little bit maybe yes but what ever made you like this, Mike? What made you target Quentin Tarantino for this? Many filmmakers steal from other movies and put it in theirs. And you don't make no movie about them. Tarantino took a line from a movie here and a shot from a movie here and he made Pulp Fiction.
Now tell me, would you rather he didn't make Pulp Fiction?
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