Life, pulse - art
It has a story that has romance, action, poetry, at times a bit quiet and
times a bit pulse - simply a picture of life from frame to frame. Sounds
like an impossible combination between all qualities from all movies?
Perhaps, and that is why I give it 10!
Not to mention the sensantional dialog between Mr. Christopher Walken and
Mr. Dennis Hopper.....
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It is a very good movie.
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I didn't know Brad Pitt was in this....
MACMAN1 watch How To Lose Friends & Alienate People movie
totaly loved this movie. Howevre its a chick flick. .
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a classic fillllllllllllllm.
this movie very awesome for me... .
it an okey film, quite bored sometimes.
this movie is got everything, drama, thrills, comedy. great movie..
very very good movie< awsome.
i didn't like "the raven" foolish premise.
Bloody Wild Romance
At times, 'True Romance' reminded me of David Lynch's 'Wild At Heart'
and Oliver Stone's 'Natural Born Killers' (the latter came out much
later). Even though there has been movies based on similar storyline
'True Romance' has a lot of stuff that makes it its own movie. Yet, I
cannot shake the idea that perhaps had I watched the film during the
time of its release and not seen the other similar films that have been
made since, I might have enjoyed 'True Romance' a bit more. 'True
Romance' is very much a pulp fiction itself (no pun intended as
Tarantino wrote the screenplay). It's got the hooker with a big heart,
the 'nobody' who finds a reason to live, a fake Rastafarian pimp who
thinks he's black, the mobster, the cops, blood, murder, violence,
drugs....and there's enough energy to entice the viewer. I enjoyed the
numerous Elvis references, the wicked humour, the dialogues, the
characters and the performances. Tony Scott does a fine job as
director. Christian Slater is great as the likable 'nobody' and
Patricia Arquette is brilliant as sweet hooker Alabama. Christopher
Walken, Dennis Hopper, Gary Oldman and James Gandolfini are
outstanding. Fans of pulp fiction may enjoy this more than others but
even otherwise it was a fun Saturday night watch for me after a tiring