In an effort to provide Cinematical readers with the most cutting-edge, comprehensive, intelligent and thought-provoking coverage of the world of cinema, I wish to present a video clip I found while recently combing the aisles of YouTube very late one night -- a scene from Quentin Tarantino's terrific film Pulp Fiction, re-enacted by two very talented, and as yet undiscovered, robots!

In the scene, hit men Vincent Vega (John Travolta) and Jules Winfield (Samuel L. Jackson) have a geopolitical discussion regarding the merits of various forms of government, laws and systems of measure -- especially in Amsterdam where Vincent has just returned from. It's just amazing what robots can do these days, isn't it? Although, with all the hoopla about motion capture having the potential to completely replace actors (as reported by our very own Jessica) I wonder how far this whole robot thing will go? Well, I guess we can worry about that later. For the moment, I hope you find this clip as entertaining as I did.

Oh, one more thing, the dialog in this piece is straight from the movie, so the clip is most likely NSFW -- unless you work at a strip club, a bar, in film production or some other place where people tend to use four-letter-words frequently. In other words, please enjoy responsibly.
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