The attitude of criminals and their life philosophy are really disturbing. The standout, however, is Samuel L.
This film is…. Nevertheless, in the name of the picture presumed nothing intriguing or disturbing.
How he references makes all the difference; he creates a satisfying illusion of originality. People are laughing like crazy in the theater to the intelligent dialog and other scenes that have the audience gasping for air in shock over what just happened.
Despite that fact, Pulp Fiction was both extremely intriguing and disturbing.
Such effect is achieved with the help of marvelous lighting, camera angles, and acting. But upon closer examination, this is a film about people falling into trouble, making incredible mistakes, and rushing themselves into worse troubles, the tensions of which are relieved with laughter.