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    The 15 "Edgiest" Oscar Best Picture Nominees

    “Ugh, the Academy, so conservative” goes the cliché, as bloggers and pundits the movie world over take a moment to roll their eyes and sigh before diving back in to beaver away on one of a million pieces about this year’s nominations, the pros and cons, the good picks, the bad picks, the odds, the e...

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    Watch 24 Minutes Of 'Pulp Fiction' Deleted Scenes And Learn Vincent Vega Was Suzanne Vega's Cousin & More

    What's the occasion for 24 minutes of deleted scenes from "Pulp Fiction" that you've probably already seen on DVD? Nothing really, but we're still in the early winter wasteland of moviegoing, and the new TV shows for 2014 aren't kicking off until this weekend (with both "Girls" and "True Detective" ...

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    'Pulp Fiction,' 'Mary Poppins,' 'Roger & Me,' 'Magnificent Seven' & More Added To The National Film Registry

    Another year has passed, which means the folks over at The Library of Congress have added another 25 titles to the National Film Registry. Spanning nearly 100 years of movies, entries (listed alphabetically, naturally) range from 1919-2002 and, as always, the organization recognizes both contemporar...

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    'Pulp Fiction,' 'Kill Bill,' 'Amelie' and Other Miramax Hits Free to Watch, If You're an Amazon Prime Member

    Thanks to a recently sealed deal with Amazon, select Miramax titles, including Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction," "Jackie Brown," "Kill Bill" and "Reservoir Dogs" are now available on Amazon Prime Instant.

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    Daniel Day-Lewis Could Have Played Vincent Vega, Matt Dillon Almost Had Bruce Willis' Role In 'Pulp Fiction'

    The latest issue of Vanity Fair is about to hit stands, and inside the pages of the magazine is a presumably long and exhaustingly good oral history of Quentin Tarantino's seminal '90s work, "Pulp Fiction." Online, Vanity Fair has published what one assumes is a truncated version o...

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    Quentin Tarantino Says Smaller, 'Jackie Brown'-Esque Film Might Be Next; 'Django Unchained' & 'Pulp Fiction' Connection Revealed

    Now, before we dive into this little update from Quentin Tarantino on what he might direct next, let's just remember that over the course of the press tour for "Django Unchained," he's had a lot of ideas. He's already teased that 'Django' and "Inglorious Basterds&q...

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    Watch: Quentin Tarantino Dances & Explains Influence Of 'The Aristocats' On 'Pulp Fiction' Dance Scene

    Well, we've already seen the kind of questioning that guarantees Quentin Tarantino flying into a "shutting your butt down" rage, but if you want him to get up and dance, just talk about "Pulp Fiction."

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    'Reservoir Dogs' & 'Pulp Fiction' Returning To Theaters In December For One Night Only

    Quentin Tarantino fans are going to have a very, very good holiday season. Not only is the director's latest film, "Django Unchained" (new trailer here), set to drop on Christmas Day, two of the director's landmark films will be headed back to theaters in what should be a nice cine...

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    Roger Avary's First Post-Prison Interview: Where His Career Will Take Him Next

    "Incarceration didn't change me," he said after a long pause. "In many ways, incarceration galvanized me. The totality of the experience helped me."

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Cocaine du Cinema

    Cocaine’s presence in movies is a tricky object to dissect. Even with an awful, bloody contemporary history under its belt, cocaine seems to be the “cool” drug for modern cinematic heroes and heroines.

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