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The Most memorable scene in pulp fiction?


#1

I’d have to say the gimp scene


#2

Yeah, the gimp scene. Also the syringe in the chest. that, and when Marvin got shot in the face by Vince. It was all memorable! :slight_smile:


#3

The first time I saw Pulp Fiction was when I was about 12 or so, I didnt see the whole thing, I didn’t even know what Pulp fiction was, to tell you the truth! It was at the end of another movie I watched, cant remember what it was, but I do know it sucked and that someone taped over pulp fiction with it.

Anyway, I saw pulp fiction From The bit where butch leaves to get the gold watch untill he goes back to the hotel with Zed’s chopper, and I loved it. Even if I didn’t know what it was. I just knew it as " the gay rape in a pawn shop by hillbillies" movie. I thought it was the funniest thing i’d ever seen!

Aaahhhh…memories…sigh, So I guess the gimp scene is my most memorable scene.


#4

I’d have to say the scene towards the end w/ Harvey Keitel’s character The Wolf.

But that’s just me.


#5

mia and vince dancing of course! :wink:


#6

[quote]mia and vince dancing of course! [/quote]

I totally agree


#7

The apartment interrogation scene- you can’t help but laugh nervously along with the other guys who are about to get killed


#8

“what country u from?”

“what?”



“what aint no country i ever heard of, they speak english in What?”

"…what?"



“ENGLISH MOTHERFUCKER. DO YOU SPEAK IT???”

“what?”



"SAY WHAT AGAIN. SAY WHAT AGAIN. I DARE YOU, I DOUBLE DARE YOU MOTHERFUCKER! SAY WHAT ONE MORE GOD DAMNED TIME!!"



classic sam jackson.


#9

[quote=“IL_Buono”]
The apartment interrogation scene- you can’t help but laugh nervously along with the other guys who are about to get killed
[/quote]

W0rd


#10

[quote=“Big Mans Wife”]




I totally agree
[/quote]

yeah…that was something I’ve heard about long before I saw the whole movie.


#11

When the guy miss in full though though he is very near to shot and it goes all on the wall then sam jackson quote the bible and he shot and it makes booms several times.


#12

[quote=“Hattori_Honzo”]
I’d have to say the scene towards the end w/ Harvey Keitel’s character The Wolf.

But that’s just me.
[/quote]
word, jimmy is such a badass


#13

I agree! “DONT FUCKING JIMMIE ME JULES!!!” I love that line! Badass!


#14

For now when the two guys have red balls in their mouth.


#15

[quote=“Marilyn”]
For now when the two guys have red balls in their mouth.
[/quote]

;D ;D ;D


#16

That scene made me go out an buy a red ball gag!..No , not really! :stuck_out_tongue:


#17

Seems stupid, perhaps…but the opening credits. When I first saw the movie I knew nothing about it or Tarantino, but when the music switched over with the radio thing to Jungle Boogie, I knew I was going to love it. It was like, yeah, this movie’s got attitude.


#18

When they try and suck up to Jimmie about his nice coffee. Jimmie, played by Tarantino perfectly:

“I buy the expensive coffee so i can taste it…” I love that scene.



But the BEST has to be when they are cleanin out the bloody car:

"VINCENT

Did you ever hear the philosophy

that once a man admits he’s wrong,

he’s immediately forgiven for all

wrong-doings?



JULES

Man, get outta my face with that

shit! The motherfucker who said

that never had to pick up itty-

bitty pieces of skull with his

fingers on account of your dumb

ass."



PS: is it OK to copy out little sections of the script?


#19

Im pretty sure it is! I mean I do it all the time, If your’e not supposed to, most people on the forum would be in trouble! welcome! Have fun posting stuff newcomer! ;D ;D


#20

I thought the most memoerable scene was where Butch KOed the gimp and then when into the shop to get the hammer, then he put ti down and picked up a baseball back, then he saw the chainsaw, but he put that down and he saw the sword. And I loved the bit how Marsellus blows off the hilbilly’s balls.