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"Showing that someone's reading Ezekiel 25:17, and say that one is stolen by Tarantino, is in my opinion very poor, because that part is a passage written in the bible !!"
This comment is not entirely correct. If you took the time to read the Bible, you would see that the passage simply reads: 'And they will know I am the Lord, when I lay my vengeance upon them'. The rest is taken straight from a title crawl in 'The Bodyguard' starring Sonny Chiba. The problem I have is this - although Quentin used the text in a different context, he still stole someone else's written work. This person should have received royalties. The rest is mostly garbage: A shining light in Kiss Me Deadly, who cares. Nice homage.
Pulp Fiction (1994)
QT's best and most creative.
Pulp Fiction when viewed for what it is, is a great movie. But the man at the helm is not a great director. His ability to take every movie he's ever seen and amalgamate them into his own is magnificent. But ask yourself: Where is the real creativity? What has Quentin Tarantino contributed to cinema? Anyway, back to the movie: What makes Pulp Fiction (and Reservoir Dogs) such a great movie is a) the dialogue and b) the music and c) how it's all presented to us. Listening to someone talk about why they don't like bacon should not be interesting, but it is. This is QT's talent, the ability to make the mundane - cool. The movie references are refreshing to film buffs and the music is superb: another of QT's talents - knowing what song to play and when. Overall, Pulp Fiction IS a classic, I just don't like the director as a man.