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What is the first thing you remember about PF


#1

this can be the first time you heard about it, the first scene you saw, or just what part was most memorable to you



I remember when i was about 12 and waking up at 2 in the morning and my dad was watching the first few minutes of PF on UPN. it was the scene in the apartment when Jules starts interoggating the other guys and he starts going “Does he look like a bitch? Does he look like a bitch?” “Then why’d you try to screw him like a bitch” When i saw that i was like, oh shiiieeet and started nervously laughing to myself-that scene is still one of my favorites in the movie


#2

first thing i remember was a parody of the Marvin scene where vincent shoots a sandwich…it was kinda lame…


#3

Watching it from the moment Marcellus is being raped…to the end of the film.



Since I only saw these parts of the film (on TV) I was incredibly confused in a lot of things. Especially since after the PAwn shop scene we are suddenly with Bret and company. And Jules is going, “then why’d you try to fuck him like a bitch?” so I thought Bret and Company were some how connected to the pawn shop rape…I really didn’t know what the fuck was going on but thought it was fucking awesome. I watched it again (Same parts) the next weekend cause it was on again…I wouldn’t see its entirety for another 4 months or so.


#4

the first thing I remember about it was last summer  (when I was 12) watching it for the first time, and thinking to myself “god, I can’t understand a fucking thing that Tim Roth is saying” (in the opening scene) ‘cos he was talkin’ so fast and it was a REALLY strong Birtish accent. now I can understand most of it, but not all.


#5

Two things:



The first time I heard about Pulp Fiction was on “Cinema! Cinema! Cinema!”. They were showing the part were Jules was sitting there eating his muffin. At that time, I was only 11 and all I could think of was ‘who has that kind of hairstyle anymore?’ and I don’t know why but it was in my head for the longest time that there was a chase scene in this movie on top of the train cabs. (I was disappointed when I watched it expecting to come out any minute and it didn’t).



Fast forward about 8 years and I met this Mass Comm. student who was majoring in film whilst on a part timer job and we got around to discussing movies and I told him that I heard that Pulp Fiction was an ‘extremely violent’ show and he just wouldn’t stop acting out the “OMG, i sh0t m4rV1n in teh f4c3!!” scene.



The week after, I borrowed someone’s copy and got hooked ever since.


#6

[quote]Two things:



The first time I heard about Pulp Fiction was on “Cinema! Cinema! Cinema!”. They were showing the part were Jules was sitting there eating his muffin. At that time, I was only 11 and all I could think of was ‘who has that kind of hairstyle anymore?’ and I don’t know why but it was in my head for the longest time that there was a chase scene in this movie on top of the train cabs. (I was disappointed when I watched it expecting to come out any minute and it didn’t).



Fast forward about 8 years and I met this Mass Comm. student who was majoring in film whilst on a part timer job and we got around to discussing movies and I told him that I heard that Pulp Fiction was an ‘extremely violent’ show and he just wouldn’t stop acting out the “OMG, i sh0t m4rV1n in teh f4c3!!” scene.



The week after, I borrowed someone’s copy and got hooked ever since.[/quote]

“violent” isn’t exactly the word I’d use to describe Pulp Fiction


#7

[quote] ‘cos he was talkin’ so fast and it was a REALLY strong Birtish accent. now I can understand most of it, but not all.[/quote]


if you want strong accents watch Snatch

#8

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if you want strong accents watch Snatch
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oh yeah, I've seen Snatch and Lock Stock. I love 'em!

#9

The Buttfucking…thats the most horrible thing that can happen to a man. I rather have my ear cut off and be burned alive.