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Pulp Fiction Font

What Font Was Used in Pulp Fiction Logo and Posters?

“Aachen Bold” is the font used in the movie Pulp Fiction. This font is designed by Colin Brignall and Alan Meeks and published by ITC. You can purchase it from the link below.

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About Pulp Fiction Movie

This American crime film was produced in 1994. It was written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. Tarantino’s dialogue, with its densely propulsive, almost lawyerly fervor, its peppery comic blend of literacy and funk, has more snap and fight than most directors’ action scenes. Among the stars of this film, we can name John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis, Tim Roth, Ving Rhames, and Uma Thurman.

This film has a hilariously violent and extremely well-written script plus huge casts of top of the line actors combine to make this masterpiece. The title of the film, Pulp Fiction has a reference to pulp magazines and also hardboiled novels that were very popular during the mid-20th century.

Pulp Fiction was nominated for different awards and won a few such as Best Original Screenplay. This masterpiece was highly praised for its screenwriting. With an average rating of 9.17/10 On Rotten Tomatoes, this film could gross nearly $213 million worldwide.

This film has been one of the most influential movies of the ’90s. This movie gets its charge not from action pyrotechnics but from its electric barrage of language, wisecracks, and dialogue, from the mordant ’70s classicism of its long-take camera style and its smart cast. Pulp Fiction is the different stories of criminal Los Angeles. In the movie see that the lives of a few unrelated people are woven together and shapes funny and bizarre instances.

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