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USA, 1997, 154 minutesAction, Crime, Thriller, Noir
Oozing with cool and snappy dialogue, I'd say this is the least Trantino-esque of Tarantino's movies, which is no bad thing, in fact it felt a lot more Elmore Leonard as the structure is so sharp and the characters so likeable despite their flaws. All the actors turn in excellent performances, and like any other Tarantino movie there are some very memorable lines and moments, most of which belong to Bridget Fonda's bong-toting Cali girl. It is, of course, Pam Grier who holds the entire film - what a coup it was to bring her out of retirement for one more shot, literally and figuratively. She nails it.