Fast Five Vin Diesel and Paul Walker reunite with the stars of the previous Fast movies for the fifth (and arguably the best since the first) in the franchise, this time set in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro. You know the drill: It's their one last big heist, but it means settling the score with a local crime boss by stealing all his cash while evading the U.S. feds led by Agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson). To pull off their Ocean's 11-style plan, Dom (Diesel) and Brian (Walker) call upon all their old friends: Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Sung Kang and of course Jordana Brewster, as Dom's sister/Brian's now-pregnant wife (for someone supposed to be with child, Brewster looks like she could afford to eat a cheeseburger or three and what's she doing running pell-mell through the slums? Anyway...).
The action, when it happens, is great--foot chases through Rio's favelas, a terrific train robbery scene that defies the laws of physics, Diesel and Johnson going mano-a-mano like two hulking, veiny superheroes (why has it taken so long to put those two in a movie together?) and a whopper of an ending. The only problem with third-time director Justin Lin's demolition-derby car porn is it's Way Too Long. He spends so much time setting up the heist and on some of the lesser characters that the whole second act is kind of a drag, and not the racing kind--in fact the movie cuts away from showing the competitions with the locals that result in our gang winning several hot rods. But, it's all big dumb fun nonetheless, and the chemistry between all the leads keeps the movie's engine revved. Extras: Featurettes on Dom, Brian and Agent Hobbs, deleted scenes, gag reel, Lin commentary (DVD/BD); the BD adds featurettes on the Dom/Hobbs showdown, the vault chase, behind the scenes with Tyrese and a visit to the set.
Scream 4 Poor Sidney (Neve Campbell) just can't seem to shake that Ghostface killer, especially now that her nemesis, reporter Gail (Courtney Cox), has written a book about the Woodsboro murders that's been turned into the Stab movie franchise. It's been a decade and a half since Wes Craven's first Scream, and while the characters may now be texting instead of calling when Death is afoot, the basic formula complete with self-referential jokes and sly jabs at the genre remains the same. It's better than Scream 3, that's for sure, and a worthy sequel for fans some 10 years later. Extras: Making-of featurette, alternate opening, extended ending, deleted scenes, gag reel (DVD/BD).
Also new this week: Lion King 3D on Blu-ray, African Cats
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Quentin Tarantino's seminal Pulp Fiction makes a lonnnng awaited Blu-ray debut, along with the director's follow-up, Jackie Brown. These titles are a don't miss. Pulp Fiction adds several brand new features with this release: cast interviews and a critics' retrospective.
So, QT fans. Enter to win a grand prize of (1) Jackie Brown Blu-ray signed by stars Pam Grier and Robert Forster, and (1) Pulp Fiction Blu-ray. Three runners-up will receive both movies on Blu-ray. All you need to do is comment below using your Fandango account and tell us: What's your favorite scene in either Pulp Fiction or Jackie Brown? Winners will be chosen at random and contacted by next Tuesday, Oct. 11.
Now go watch these tasty trailers for their Blu-ray releases below, to refresh your memory of how damn cool these flicks are.
"Don't anybody move-" The best part of Pulp Fiction is the opening sequence.
My favorite scene is Jules' damning speech when he recites Ezekiel 25:17
In Pulp Fiction, the cleaner driving up to do his job. Harvey Keitel is the man!
When John Travolta hits the dance floor with Uma Thurman
Hands down Christopher Walken's character's monologue about his father's watch. Amazing!
Pulp Fiction favorite scene is the discussion about the foot massage preceding the bust in on Big Brain Brad and friends. Then SLJ sampling the Big Kahuna burger and washing it down with a "tasty beverage". Classic...Jackie Brown classic scene is when Verdell bails out Chris Tucker and shoves him in the trunk "what the hell wrong with you?"...classic Chris Tucker! He is so freakin' funny!
My favorite scene from Jackie Brown is when Cherry picks up Brown from the jail-- he's watching her walk over to him and the song Natural High is playing.
When Marvin gets shot in Pulp Fiction.
My favorite scene in Jackie Brown is the scene where Jackie Brown is walking out of prison to be picked up by Max Cherry. The walk over is really well filmed and its really cute to see Max look at her with such adoration from afar even though she is completely disheveled after being stuck in jail. It foreshadows how much he will grow to care for her
I have a couple from Pulp Fiction, some random
1 Eric Stoltz yelling "I don't know who this is, prank caller! prank caller!" when Vincent's driving to his house for the adrenaline shot.
2. Steady cam shot inside Jack Rabbit slims as Vincent's taking his seat.
3. "What does Marcellus Wallace look like?" "Say What again, say what again!" "Does he looook like a *****?!"
4. The whole scene at the diner in the end with Yolanda and Ringo, especially Jules telling Yolanda to point the gun at him.
My favorite scene is the entire apartment scene in Pulp Fiction... "Does he look like a b****?"
"He's an employee I had to let go." -Samuel L. Jackson, "Jackie Brown"
Love this scene because the audience gets to see Odell's business approach and what type of employer Jackie is up against.
Either "I"m going to get medievel" scene or the scene when the kid gets shot in the backseat of Sam Jackson's car.
the "I'm going to get Medieval on your A$$" Scene, when Butch is about to exits the pawn shop and is stoped by the sounds of Zed vilating Marsellus. Butch has this moment where he is deciding to leave or go back to save Marellus and it shows what kind of person he is and what he thinks his father would wanted him to be...to leave no man behind, to be captured and torture is something that butch's father wouldn't allow and I think his deep rooted morals lead him to make the decision to save Marellus. and At the end of that scene a peace is made by both Marellus and Butch and Marellus says one of many great quotes said in this moive. "I'm going to get Medieval on your A$$"
Favorite scene in Pulp Fiction, when Ms Mia Wallace and her partner, Vincent Vega, dance the twist to Chuck Berry's 'You Never Can Tell' during the dance contest at Jack Rabbit Slim's.
One of my favorite scenes in movie history.
One of my favorite pulp fiction scenes is the Mexican stand off in the diner at the end with pumkin, honey bunny, Jules & Vince. "B*itch be cool! Tell that b*itch to chill!"
Favorite scene from Pulp Fiction is when Vincent and Jules call The Wolf over to Jimmie's house for a "clean-up".
The Wolf: "What do they look like Jimmy?"
Jimmy: "Dorks. They look like a couple of dorks."
It's hard to pick a faorite line from either film.. Christopher Walken's scene in Pulp Fiction was quite memorable.. Captain Koons speech to Butch as a child about his grand fathers watch... It's too long to quote, so here's an excerpt from the speech.. "So he hid it
(the watch) in the one place he knew he could hid something. His ass. Five long years, he wore this watch up his ass. Then when he died of dysentery, he gave me the watch. I hid this uncomfortable hunk of metal up my *** for two years. Then, after seven years, I was sent home to my family. And now, little man, I give the watch to you."
I love the scene inPulp Fiction ( I know it's a crazy scene) with the gimp.... that part is disturbing but when they get loose and he let's Bruce Willis
go and he says he's gonna get midevil on some m f ers.
My favorite scene in Jackie Brown is where Louis tells Ordell that he killed Melanie and they both starrt arguing, and Ordell ends up killing jack. it was a really well acted scene.
My favorite scene in Jackie Brown is where Louis tells Ordell that he killed Melanie and they both start arguing, and Ordell ends up killing Louis. it was a really well acted scene. *
I love that scene with Samuel Jackson and his speech in the apartment. May I have some of your delicious beverage? lol
The infamous "Watch Speech" with Christopher Walken is my favorite scene from "Pulp Fiction". As far as "Jackie Brown", my favorite scene would be the scene where Ordell was going to kill Jackie and he kept turning off the lights. She would turn the light back on, and finally turned the tables and pulled Cherry's gun on Ordell. Great scene that creates both tension and suspense.
"... and you will know my name is the law when I lay my vengeance on thee!"
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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