History Film / TrueRomance

16th Jun '16 10:45:58 AM CaptainCrawdad
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** Of course, by revealing this helpful little hint, Virgil accidentally gives Alabama the motivation to get up and make ''him'' her first kill.
16th Jun '16 10:44:13 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* AndADietCoke: Christian Slater's character goes to buy "the two biggest, fattest burgers" a burger stand has, two chili fries... and a Diet Coke. This is done in contrast to his wife getting beaten savagely — nay destroyed — by a very angry James Gandolfini.

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* AndADietCoke: Christian Slater's character goes to buy "the two biggest, fattest burgers" a burger stand has, two chili fries... and a Diet Coke. This is done in contrast to his wife getting beaten savagely — nay destroyed — by a very angry James Gandolfini.
17th Mar '16 11:28:34 AM TrollBrutal
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-->''(three headshots) '''Vincenzo:''' I haven't killed anybody ''(three more shots)'' since 1984.

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-->''(three headshots) headshots)'' '''Vincenzo:''' I haven't killed anybody ''(three more shots)'' since 1984.
17th Mar '16 11:08:15 AM TrollBrutal
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* OutOfCharacterIsSeriousBusiness: Vincenzo underscores getting his own dirty after offing Clifford.

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* OutOfCharacterIsSeriousBusiness: Vincenzo underscores getting his own hands dirty after offing Clifford.
17th Mar '16 11:07:49 AM TrollBrutal
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* OutOfCharacterIsSeriousBusiness: Vincenzo underscores getting his own dirty after offing Clifford.
-->''(three headshots) '''Vincenzo:''' I haven't killed anybody ''(three more shots)'' since 1984.
30th Jan '16 7:59:56 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* TheConsigliere: Vincenzo Coccotti serves as this to the unseen Blue Lou Doyle.



* RedShirt: Despite the fact that Creator/SamuelLJackson is billed in the opening credits, his character Big Don spoiler:only gets a little over a minute of screentime before being gunned down by Drexl.

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* RedShirt: Despite the fact that Creator/SamuelLJackson is billed in the opening credits, his character Big Don spoiler:only only gets a little over a minute of screentime before being getting gunned down by Drexl.
26th Jan '16 4:52:51 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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* RedShirt: Despite the fact that Creator/SamuelLJackson is billed in the opening credits, his character Big Don spoiler:only gets a little over a minute of screentime before being gunned down by Drexl.
19th Jan '16 10:38:35 PM aye_amber
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''True Romance'' is a 1993 movie written by Creator/QuentinTarantino (based on a script by Creator/RogerAvary) and directed by Creator/TonyScott. It tells the story of outlaw lovers Clarence Worley (Creator/ChristianSlater) and Alabama Whitman (Creator/PatriciaArquette) who accidentally steal a suitcase full of cocaine and then go on the run from the mob.

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''True Romance'' is a 1993 movie written by Creator/QuentinTarantino (based on a script by Creator/RogerAvary) and directed by Creator/TonyScott. It tells the story of outlaw lovers Clarence Worley (Creator/ChristianSlater) and Alabama Whitman (Creator/PatriciaArquette) (Patricia Arquette) who accidentally steal a suitcase full of cocaine and then go on the run from the mob.
6th Jul '15 10:38:32 AM Morgenthaler
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''True Romance'' is a 1993 movie written by Creator/QuentinTarantino (based on a script by RogerAvary) and directed by Tony Scott (''Film/TopGun''). It tells the story of outlaw lovers Clarence Worley (Creator/ChristianSlater) and Alabama Whitman (Creator/PatriciaArquette) who accidentally steal a suitcase full of cocaine and then go on the run from the mob.

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''True Romance'' is a 1993 movie written by Creator/QuentinTarantino (based on a script by RogerAvary) Creator/RogerAvary) and directed by Tony Scott (''Film/TopGun'').Creator/TonyScott. It tells the story of outlaw lovers Clarence Worley (Creator/ChristianSlater) and Alabama Whitman (Creator/PatriciaArquette) who accidentally steal a suitcase full of cocaine and then go on the run from the mob.
24th Apr '15 3:48:05 PM KingClark
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* AndADietCoke: Christian Slater's character goes to buy "the two biggest, fattest burgers" a burger stand has, two chili fries… and a Diet Coke. This is done in contrast to his wife getting beaten savagely — nay destroyed — by a very angry James Gandolfini.

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* AndADietCoke: Christian Slater's character goes to buy "the two biggest, fattest burgers" a burger stand has, two chili fries… fries... and a Diet Coke. This is done in contrast to his wife getting beaten savagely — nay destroyed — by a very angry James Gandolfini.



* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler:aww, Elvis.]]

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* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler:aww, [[spoiler:Aww, Elvis.]]
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