Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
True Romance is arguably Quentin Tarantino’s most enjoyable film , one of the late Tony Scott’s best and features some of the most memorable dialogue and scenes of any 90’s movies. From the famous Hopper/Walken, to the car/cocaine scene to the deadly finale shoot out… almost every second of this film contains something special. But at it’s core it is, simply, a love story with two adorable (if slightly unhinged) lead characters played with charm and charisma by Arquette and Slater. I adore this film and it remains a highlight of so many actors and crews careers.
What the fuck is a Drexel. Indeed.
Best Bit: Hopper/Walken
Buy, Stream, Avoid: Buy
If You Liked this Try: Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown