History Film / TrueRomance

23rd Nov '16 1:39:57 AM eroock
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* BondVillainStupidity: When Virgil is about to shoot Alabama, she proves she is [[DefiantToTheEnd willing to fight back]]. This impresses him enough to put his gun away and instead [[JustHitHim start a melee fight]] in which Alabama gets the upper hand and finishes Virgil off in [[RasputinianDeath spectacular fashion]].



* VillainBall: Once Alabama proves she is willing to fight back, Virgi still continues to taunt her and [[JustHitHim throw her around]], even after some nasty injuries. She ends up blowing his brains out once she gets her hands on a shotgun.
* WouldntHitAGirl: Averted. [[spoiler:Virgil ruthlessly and unscrupulously beats and tortures Alabama. Despite expressing admiration for her 'heart', he is also shown prepared to shoot her, but she eventually manages to kill him.]]

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* VillainBall: Once Alabama proves she is willing to fight back, Virgi still continues to taunt her and [[JustHitHim throw her around]], even after some nasty injuries. She ends up blowing his brains out once she gets her hands on a shotgun.
* WouldntHitAGirl: Averted. [[spoiler:Virgil
WouldHitAGirl: [[spoiler:Virgil]] ruthlessly and unscrupulously beats and tortures Alabama.[[spoiler:Alabama]]. Despite expressing admiration for her 'heart', he is also shown prepared to shoot her, but she eventually manages to kill him.]]
9th Nov '16 6:51:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}}:
** Definitely Alabama for [[spoiler:turning the tables during her NoHoldsBarredBeatdown from Virgil.]]
** Also, Vincenzo.
-->'''Clifford Worley:''' (''after Vincenzo has told him about Clarence stealing the drugs'') I don't believe you.
-->'''Vincenzo:''' That is of minor importance. What is of major fucking importance is that I believe you.
23rd Oct '16 3:56:25 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Virgil brutally interrogates [[spoiler: Alabama]] with [[UnfortunateImplications subtext]] alluding to rape and murder with various techniques, all while mocking her and talking about [[ItGetsEasier how easy it gets to kill someone.]]
21st Oct '16 10:47:27 PM hohocrush
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* Complete Monster: Virgil brutally interrogates [[spoiler: Alabama]] with [[UnfortunateImplications subtext]] alluding to rape and murder with various techniques, all while mocking her and talking about [[ItGetsEasier how easy it gets to kill someone.]]

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* Complete Monster: CompleteMonster: Virgil brutally interrogates [[spoiler: Alabama]] with [[UnfortunateImplications subtext]] alluding to rape and murder with various techniques, all while mocking her and talking about [[ItGetsEasier how easy it gets to kill someone.]]
21st Oct '16 10:47:11 PM hohocrush
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* Complete Monster: Virgil brutally interrogates [[spoiler: Alabama]] with [[UnfortunateImplications subtext]] alluding to rape and murder with various techniques, all while mocking her and talking about [[ItGetsEasier how easy it gets to kill someone.]]
4th Oct '16 6:45:21 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* RevisedEnding: An alternate ending, which was Creator/QuentinTarantino's original ending to the script. Clarence dies, and Alabama leaves alone with the money. She is then shown driving to Mexico alone, and she delivers a narrative monologue which indicates that she never really cared about Clarence, but used him to get away from Drexl and get money from the drugs.
28th Sep '16 11:16:30 AM Mdumas43073
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-->You think a cop gives a fuck about a pimp? Listen. Every pimp in the world gets shot. Two in the back of the fuckin' head. Cops'd throw a party, man.

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-->You -->"You think a cop gives a fuck about a pimp? Listen. Every pimp in the world gets shot. Two in the back of the fuckin' head. Cops'd throw a party, man. "
28th Sep '16 11:15:50 AM Mdumas43073
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It tells the story of outlaw lovers Clarence Worley (Slater) and Alabama Whitman (Arquette) who accidentally steal a suitcase full of cocaine and then go on the run from the mob. The couple make their way to Hollywood to sell the drugs -- but it's there that the mob catches up with them.

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It tells the story of outlaw lovers Clarence Worley (Slater) and Alabama Whitman (Arquette) (Arquette), who accidentally steal a suitcase full of cocaine and then go on the run from the mob. The couple make their way to Hollywood to sell the drugs -- but it's there that the mob catches up with them.
28th Sep '16 11:15:00 AM Mdumas43073
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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 (Patricia Arquette) who accidentally steal a suitcase full of cocaine and then go on the run from the mob.

The couple make their way to Hollywood to sell the drugs -- but it's there that the mob catches up with them.

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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 stars Creator/ChristianSlater and Patricia Arquette, with a supporting cast that includes Creator/DennisHopper, Creator/ValKilmer, Creator/GaryOldman, Creator/BradPitt, and Creator/ChristopherWalken.

It tells the story of outlaw lovers Clarence Worley (Creator/ChristianSlater) (Slater) and Alabama Whitman (Patricia Arquette) (Arquette) who accidentally steal a suitcase full of cocaine and then go on the run from the mob.

mob. The couple make their way to Hollywood to sell the drugs -- but it's there that the mob catches up with them.
28th Sep '16 11:11:58 AM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:300:Tired
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