Critique of Quentin Tarantino

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"Pulp Fiction," a movie from the mid 90's made for the millennium.From the action packed mind of Quentin Tarantino, "Pulp Fiction" takes two hit men, Jules Winnfield and Vincent Vega through an excessively violent plot.Combining drugs and violence in a way that is unspeakable to a normal person's everyday life.With trouble around every corner, Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) and Vincent (John Travolta) must make quick work of almost everyone they come in contact with.Tarantino makes writing a dramatically intense script look easy.His genius into human behavior in this modern day world makes this movie and others undeniably classics.
With intersecting storylines of gangsters and general low-lifes, "Pulp Fiction" grabs the attention of the viewer in the opening scene."Honey Bunny" and "Pumpkin," two petty thieves decide to rob an unsuspecting restaurant and get away with some quick cash.Once the two thieves start their rampage in the restaurant the opening credits begin to play.Then we are introduced to the two main characters, Jules and Vincent.This is where Tarantino really turns up the heat on the religious prospects of the movie.Jules and Vincent enter the boy's apartment to receive a package for their boss Marcellus Wallace.When Jules starts in on one of the boys named Brett he recites the bible verse that he memorized in order to say some "cold blooded shit" to anybody he pointed a gun at (Pulp Fiction. Dir. Quentin Tarantino. Miramax. 1994.).This opens up the eyes of the viewer and really puts the fear of God in them. Tarantino knew this and by putting this verse into the character of Jules Winnfield that it would show the thin line between good and evil, thus telling you not to play God.The package the hit-men are supposed to obtain is a black briefcase.There are many different point-of-views into the real meaning behind the well k…