Tarantino and Thurman Will Work Together AgainThe director Quentin Tarantino and actress Uma Thurman, who worked together on "Pulp Fiction" in 1994, will reunite to make " Kill Bill," which will begin production in the spring, according to the Hollywood Reporter, an entertainment industry trade paper. Tarantino, who will direct the movie, is writing the script.
Tarantino won an Oscar for "Pulp Fiction." Thurman was nominated for an Oscar for her role as a heroin addict.
Here are reviews of two Tarantino classics available on video:
Directed by Tarantino, starring Steve Buscemi, Harvey Keitel, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn, Tim Roth and Lawrence Tierney.
Tarantino wrote and directed this stylistic portrayal of a crime gone wrong. Perfect strangers meet to pull off the perfect crime, a crime that has been perfectly planned. They are ambushed. One of them is a police informer.
In the ensuing bloodbath, tensions mount as they try to figure out who the informant is.
Directed by Tarantino, starring John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Thurman and Bruce Willis
Tarantino's follow-up to "Reservoir Dogs" is ingeniously structured. The scene is a Los Angeles underworld filled with tough, seedy characters. The story mixes three related crime stories. The overriding themes are redemption and second chances.
"Pulp Fiction," an action thriller, has been hailed for its twisted plot, hidden meanings and quirky characters and dialogue.
The movie revived Travolta's career and established Jackson as a movie star.
Tarantino's touch is evident in the mixture of profane language, casual violence and humor.