(Review originally written at 31 May 2004)

Quentin Tarantino had done it again. If you thought he would just be an one day fly after "Reservoir Dogs", you couldn't be more wrong.

Once again just like in "Reservoir Dogs" the storytelling is unique. The movie has several different story lines that are all in some way connected and to make the story even more complicated, they are not told in the right order. It sound like the story is hard to follow, how ever this is not the case. The story is easy to follow, so everybody should be able to see the brilliance of it.

The movie is filled with sex, drugs, violence and bad language. All of this combined makes the movie one of the most kick butt movies.

All of the stories are great and wonderfully written. It's amazing to see how they are connected. The stories are not typically Hollywood like, meaning that they are not predictable and don't follow the Hollywood movie rules. What makes the stories even more great are the dialogues. The movie is filled with the famous trademark Tarantino dialogues and is a true pleasure to listen to, they are very raw and realistic, just like the characters. Brilliant dialogue!

There are countless classic scene's and some of them are up there with the most classic out of movie history.

The movie is filled with some great music that sets the movies mood.

There is a big all star cast with actors such as John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Tim Roth, Amanda Plummer, Phil LaMarr, Frank Whaley, Bruce Willis, Ving Rhames, Uma Thurman, Harvey Keitel and Christopher Walken. Having such a cast is already a signal that this is more than just an ordinary movie

A must see unique movie.


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