Pulp Fiction

The Al & Al show rolled into Parker Flats last night with their Film This project and film #95 on AFI's 100 Greatest Movies of all Time.
Tarantino's highly anticipated followup to Reservoir Dogs lived up to the incredinble hype that lead up to its opening. A product of its time, it still feels contemporary if you overlook the highwaisted jeans and Amanda Plummer's opening line in the diner robbery thats been heard so many times it seemed a cliche of itself.

Film This

Whats a viewing of Pulp Fiction without a Royale with cheese?

Film This
Film This

Mrs Mia Wallace, Uma Thurman's character who's name was inspired by Julie's kittie.

Film This

Having nothing to do really with Pulp Fiction but was super sweet anyhow, Allison is reviewing a new camera, the Nikon Coolpix s1000pj that has a cool new feature.
First it was our cell phone and now it looks like our cameras will become a Swiss Army Knife of everything.
The claim to fame of the Coolpix is instead of everyone crowding around to preview pictures on the small LCD, it projects the images in a slide show on a wall.
How cool is that?

Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi; you're my only hope.
Film This
The f#@king short version of Pulp Fiction.
Spoiler alert, they say f#@k.

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