I love Quentin Tarantino's movies and I think 'Pulp Fiction' was the first one I ever saw. After this movie, I fell down the rabbit hole. I followed it up with 'Reservoir Dogs', 'Kill Bill', 'Inglorious Bastards' and the most recent one 'Django Unchained'. The other day our local movie theater was re-playing this on the big screen for one special night so I went with a group of friends. It was cool because Tarantino hand-picked each trailer beforehand for the movie and you got some special feature interviews and stuff. I'm thinking about getting this Tarantino box-set I saw so I can go back and catch up on all the ones I missed. I never really thought this sort of movie style would appeal to me but I really love how ballsy Tarantino is and how he isn't "afraid to go there". He has a group of his favorite actors that he uses in multiple films, but I don't blame him, because they fit the roles perfectly and bring the film to life. His movies are complex and are often multiple stories rolled into one. Since this movie came out in 1994, I'm going to do a re-cap of the movie and hopefully it won't "spoil" it for you. The movie starts out with a crooked couple trying to rob a diner. It then splits to the second story line where the main characters are, Vincent and Jules(John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson), who are mob/hit men that work for a gangster. They go about their business like it's nothing and all the time maintain a certain level of style and humor. Vincent is asked to take Mia(Uma Thurman), his boss's wife, out on the town for a night and show her a good time. They have some fun and witty banter at a retro themed restaurant and then he drops her off at her house. Mia accidentally snorts Vincent's heroine, thinking that it's just cocaine, and begins to overdose. He freaks out and brings her to his drug dealer's house to help him and he gives her an adrenaline shot in the heart to revive her. After such a scary and close call, Vincent brings her home and they both promise to leave her husband/his boss in the dark. We then move on to the third story line Butch(Bruce Willis) is a boxer who gets involved in some underground betting with Marsellus Wallace, who is Mia's husband and Vincent and Jules's boss. Butch ends up killing the opposing fighter and screwing Wallace over so he tries to flee with his girlfriend Fabienne(who has a cute accent). I actually love their relationship and I think they're very cute. They have a lot of funny inside jokes and cute conversations(about pot bellies) with each other. Butch and Wallace end up finding themselves in a compromising situation and Butch ends up saving Wallace's life so Wallace decides to call things even and let him go. Meanwhile back to Vincent and Jules, they accidentally shoot someone in the car so they bring it to their friend Jimmie's(Tarantino) house to try to bide some time until a professional in their line of work can come assist them in the clean up. Everything gets taken care of and Vincent and Jules change out of their signature black suits into some old vacation styled clothing that belongs to Jimmie. They decide they are hungry and are going to go to a diner to get some food. While there, the first story line is taking place and you realize you just made a circle. While the diner bandit couple is robbing the restaurant, Vincent and Jules are two of the patrons inside. I tried to explain it the best that I could so I hope that made some sense! The best thing about this movie is the amazing cast and all of the humorous banter and conversations that go on. Although there is a lot of violence and profanity, the humorous style of the movie makes it seem lighthearted and it ends up being enjoyable. I can admit that Tarantino's movies are not for everybody, but I definitely like his movie style and how they stand out from most other directors/producers.