5 Reasons Why Pulp Fiction Will Always Be Quentin Tarantino’s Best Movie

Pulp Fiction Is The Movie That Takes The Most Risks In His Career

Pulp Fiction took risks. What about Kill Bill, you say. That story’s broken up into two separate movies, both of them very different in tone. Or what about Death Proof (Ugh). That’s like, a movie within a movie. You can’t get any riskier than that. But look, if we’re going to go that route, then you might as well say that Tarantino’s segment in Four Rooms is his riskiest film, and we all know that that’s not the case.

No, thematically, plot-wise, character-wise, you name it, Pulp Fiction is the film that takes the most risks out of Quentin Tarantino’s entire career. It’s just all over the place, starting at the end, working its way back to the beginning, and all seen through multiple viewpoints, throwing in humor, suspense (tell me you don’t hold your breath every time for that overdose scene), and even Ving Rhames being raped while a leather-clad gimp watches in the corner. I mean, Pulp Fiction has got to be one of the weirdest, most audacious movies ever to launch a director into super stardom, but that’s Pulp Fiction for you. A movie that takes risks and never apologizes for them.

Chris Evans Shares Throwback Captain America Footage, And His Unimpressed Friends Steal The Show

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a sensation in the entertainment world, with massive hits coming in the form of both movies and shows on Disney+. Chris Evans put a ton of heart and sweat into his tenure as Captain America, including plenty of thrilling stunts. Evans recently shared a funny set video of himself mid-stunt, featuring his friend looked on unimpressed.

Zack Snyder’s Getting An Award And Justice League Isn’t Even Out Yet

Fundraising has always been a huge component of the Snyder Cut movement. Zack Snyder took to Twitter at the end of 2020 to share the $500,000 milestone, which previously stood at $150,000 by January 2020. The movement has clearly only grown, and the amount of dollars being raised to help a good cause transcends any release of a movie or behind-the-scenes production issues. As he shared:

Following Red Notice, Dwayne Johnson Is Collaborating With Netflix On Another Movie

Dwayne Johnson, Hiram Garcia and Dany Garcia are all attached to produce the project, with Josh Stolberg (Spiral, Jigsaw) and Bobby Florsheim (The Passion Of The Ark) attached to write the screenplay. While the film is still in early production, it’s nice to see that streaming giant Netflix and Johnson are strengthening their bond. I’ll take all of the over-the-top action (have you seen him fight a helicopter?) that I can get from the man.

Upcoming Bobby Cannavale Movies And TV Shows: Jolt, Sing 2 And More

Nine Perfect Strangers (TV Series) – TBD (Post-Production)

Nine Perfect Strangers, the upcoming Hulu limited series based on Liane Moriarty’s novel of the same name, will see Melissa McCarthy, Luke Evans, Bobby Cannavale, Samara Weaving, Regina Hall, Michael Shannon and more play a group of people who all meet at a pricey 10-day “Mind and Body Total Transformation Retreat” run by a mysterious woman named Masha (Nicole Kidman). Things aren’t always as they seem and the group has no idea what’s coming their way, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The limited series, which was created by Edge of Tomorrow scribe John-Henry Butterworth and Big Little Lies creator David E. Kelley, entered production in August 2020, according to IF.com.au and reportedly wrapped in December 2020, per an Instagram post by Nicole Kidman. The Academy Award-winning actress also stated Nine Perfect Strangers would be released at some point in 2021, though a specific date has yet to be announced.

Amy Poehler’s Moxie Reviews Are In, See What Critics Are Saying About The New Netflix Film

Amy Poehler’s latest project is here. She directs Moxie, which hit Netflix on Wednesday, March 3. The coming of age film stars Hadley Robinson as Vivian, a seemingly shy 16-year-old, who is inspired by a new student and her mom’s rebellious past to finally stand up against the sexism in her high school, and unexpectedly sparks a movement. In addition to directing, Poehler also plays Vivian’s mother, and the movie also features Alycia Pascual-Peña, Lauren Tsai, and Josephine Langford.

Moxie has officially debuted on Netflix with a mid-week release, so let’s see what critics have to say about it.

Is Park Hopping At Walt Disney World Worth It? We Weigh In On The Pros And Cons

Jessica: You know Dirk, while Disney makes it easy to hop from park to park via a variety of transportation, including the monorail, boats, buses and the newest addition, the Skyliner, I do get what you are saying. You have to wait for the transportation. Then, you have to embark, head all the way to another park and disembark, all of which takes time. Unless you just really love the monorail, I do get your point that the transportation can feel like a waste. However, I just think structuring your day around a park hop yields you so many more options. Do you want to wake up, ride Test Track at Epcot and then later in the day hop over to the Magic Kingdom to catch the Happily Ever After fireworks (in normal times of course)? With the Park Hopper, you can do all that in one day and more.

Daisy Ridley Explains How Star Wars And Chaos Walking Additional Photography Improved Her Movies

When we hear stories like that these days, our minds tend to wander toward movies such as 2017’s Justice League, X-Men: Dark Phoenix or Solo: A Star Wars Story, but the fact of the matter is a ton of big-budget films return for reshoots nowadays, and we’re often looking from the outside looking in. When CinemaBlend spoke to Daisy Ridley about Chaos Walking, I asked for her own perspective on reshoots and additional photography. In her words:

Why One Major Theater Chain Is Refusing To Show Disney’s Raya And The Last Dragon

It’s a story that brings back memories of that time Star Wars: The Last Jedi saw such prime demands being made, including 65% of ticket revenues and a commitment to a four-week run, being leveled against theater chains. Under normal circumstances, and with a movie like a Star Wars sequel, that could be seen as tight, but survivable. However, as the current climate is far from ideal, with reduced capacity and moviegoers partaking in more streaming options than ever, one can see how Cinemark would want to counter such conditions.

Mortal Kombat’s Kano Explain Why This Isn’t An Action Movie

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Almost every genre has sub-genres within themselves. How much those sub-genres differ from the overarching genre is completely subjective and dependent upon how you choose to classify your movies. Josh Lawson, who plays the iconic Kano in the upcoming Mortal Kombat, has shed some light on exactly where the reboot stands in relation to more popular action movies.