When the man emerges from the bathroom with his “hand cannon”, the camera angle is even with Jules’( #SamuelLJackson ) line of sight, illustrating his vulnerability in a situation he thought he had full control over. Awestruck by a God-given miracle, he suddenly tells #Vincent that his life was saved through an act of divine intervention./ @medium
The movie cost only $8 million to make, with $5 million going to pay the actors' and actresses' salaries. It went on to gross over $200 million at the box office.
Leo Morey’s cover for the September 1931 issue of AMAZING STORIES perfectly depicts the “space opera” direction of the magazine. The two astronauts resemble gunfighters right out of the American West.
The lost race theme was likewise often found in the early issues of the Sloane edited AMAZING STORIES. Otis Adelbert Kline, A. Hyatt Verrill and Jack Williamson were some of the leading writers of this story type.
4113 hours ago
Pulp Fiction tuvo un presupuesto de 8 millones de dólares invertidos por los Weinstein y MIRAMAX y recaudaron mundialmente 214 millones de dólares.
De los ocho millones de coste, cinco fueron para pagar directamente los sueldos de los actores. En el apartado técnico, producción y decorados, Tarantino se las arregló con los tres millones restantes.
The Sloane AMAZING STORIES, like most of the other science fiction and fantasy pulps of the day, also became a leading market for “space opera” fiction.
According to Mike Ashley in “The AMAZING Story: The Thirties — Escape from Oblivion,” republished at http://www.pulpfest.com on 02/22/16: “During 1930, the magazine not only published “Skylark Three,” E. E. Smith’s sequel to “The Skylark of Space,” but also Edmond Hamilton’s “The Universe Wreckers” and the series by John W. Campbell, Jr., about superscientists Arcot, Wade, and Morey.” The August 1931 issue — featuring cover art by Leo Morey — featured another space opera: E. E. Smith’s “Spacehounds of IPC.”
Thomas O’Conor Sloane used a Gernsback technique in the early issues of AMAZING STORIES that he edited, reprinting stories written by Jules Verne. He also relied on authors who had been working for his former boss. Miles J. Breuer, Stanton Coblentz, Clare Winger Harris, David H. Keller, Capt. S. P. Meek, and Leslie F. Stone can all be found in the magazine’s early issues.
Pictured here is the May 1931 AMAZING STORIES, featuring cover art by Leo Morey. The artist seemed to have a thing for aliens with large, round eyes.
I said goddamn, GODDMAN!!!
Adjetivos não faltam para descrever Mia Wallace, mas inesquecível talvez seja a palavra mais apropriada, assim como o Burger que leva o seu nome:
Carne de 180g, muito cream cheesse e uma porção de Camarões Rosa para acompanhar essa maravilha, impossível não se apaixonar.
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22013 hours ago
What 2019 film are you most anticipating?
I could not be more stoked for Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, been such a huge fan of his since I was little and he hasn’t let me down yet. So excited!!
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Mia: Non odi tutto questo?
Vincent: Odio cosa?
Mia: I silenzi che mettono a disagio… Perché sentiamo la necessità di chiaccherare di puttanate per sentirci più a nostro agio?
Vincent: Non lo so… È un'ottima domanda.
Mia: È solo allora che sai di aver trovato qualcuno di speciale...quando puoi chiudere quella cazzo di bocca per un momento e condividere il silenzio in santa pace.
Una de las mejores pelis de #QuentinTarantino , siempre reivindicable al 10000%, que los fans de #PulpFiction (especialmente) destrozaron. Claro, es que no salen tíos encorbatados con trajes negros pegando tiros... Y qué #bandaSonora tan GLORIOSA, rediox. Aquí una maravillosa muestra: https://youtu.be/F4lSjIl96Sc