Movie Poster Spotlight: “Pulp Fiction”

Considered by many to be Quentin Tarantino’s seminal classic, “Pulp Fiction” took the world by storm when it released in the early fall of 1994. And while it isn’t my favorite QT movie, it’s influence is hard to overstate. It also had one of the coolest and most recognized posters perhaps of all-time. It’s one many of you can probably picture in your mind without it needing to be described. But just as a reminder, take a look at this gem.

DIRECTOR – Quentin Tarantino

WRITER – Quentin Tarantino

STARRING – John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Amanda Plummer, Rosanna Arquette, Ving Rhames, Eric Stoltz, Christopher Walken, Maria de Medeiros

RELEASE – October 14, 1994

9 thoughts on “Movie Poster Spotlight: “Pulp Fiction”

  1. It may not be in my top 5 films by QT but dammit, it is still a masterpiece in cinema. I grew up on Tarantino. I will not allow any slander on Tarantino and if anyone says anything about Django Unchained. Someone will be in a room with me and will not be walking out that room. It’s not just about the film but it’s about my dad. That was one of the last movies he saw before he passed and thought it was one of the best movies he had ever seen.

  2. I enjoyed this movie and was happy to see John Travolta in something really good (besides that baby movie). It had been a while for him and to me felt like it was some sort of comeback, and once this one released he had a run of entertaining movies. Samuel L Jackson was himself to the 10th degree. And Rosanna Arquette was the icing on the cake. My favorite exchange was about the pig, that was hilarious.

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