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Lawrence Bender was born in the Bronx, New York City, New York. Throughout his career, Bender has amassed three Oscar nominations including those for his work on Pulp Fiction, Good Will Hunting, and Inglourious Basterds. That being said, my favorite film by Lawrence Bender is Pulp Fiction.
Pulp Fiction was released in 1994 and was a film that wasn’t like anything else in cinemas during that time. This film tells the tale of multiple people living in a world of crime including two hitmen, a boxer, the wife of a mob boss, and many more colorful characters. What makes this film personally enjoyable is how well the story is told that weaves these seemingly unrelated characters together so seamlessly.
One reason that this film has been so well-received is that it is hard to pinpoint this movie to a specific genre. Pulp Fiction contains elements of comedy, drama, and even throws in a few love stories. While this film is over two hours, it’s a movie that I can watch and be continually engrossed in no matter how many times I’ve seen it. While this film does feature a decent amount of graphic language and violence, it helps this movie to achieve a sense of realism.
To summarize, my favorite film produced by Lawrence Bender is Pulp Fiction. This film tells multiple tales surrounding a group of people with seemingly unrelated stories. That being said, the viewer quickly finds out that these characters have more in common than they might think. Pulp Fiction combines multiple genres into a fast-paced ride with plenty of characters and unforgettable moments for the viewer to enjoy. This film combines elements of comedy, action, drama, and noir, and suspense genres in order to create a unique masterpiece. In addition, Pulp Fiction continues to remain ranked quite highly within many top movies of all time lists.