Tarantino and his crew seemed to have a lot of fun filming this not exactly important, though certainly interesting scene.
The diner was built to remind the patrons and the viewers of the fifties, and there are lots of things that keep your attention on the screen, including not only the two actors, but the colorful scenery, the fun music, and much more.
Faster Than a Speeding Bullet
The original 'Superman' movie is classic enough to not have access to CGI, which meant that Reeves really was flying around, though as we see here he had plenty of help from wires, safety equipment, and crew.
They had to use fans to simulate his flapping cape, and while the look hasn't exactly held up to modern standards, it still looks good enough to sink in the story and marvel at the power of the last son of Krypton.
Another Crazy Jack Nicholson Role
Instead of a Clown Prince of Crime, in 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' Jack Nicholson plays a criminal sent to a mental institution, despite the fact he isn't mentally deranged. It's known as one of the greatest films of all time, thanks in part to Nicholson's crazy acting, and the tense nature of living in a mental institution while not belonging there.
His character goes on to wreak havoc in the institution.
Everybody's Crazy Here
While the story has some terrible things happen to Jack Nicholson's character, of course the actors all got along fine when the cameras weren't rolling. Nurses, patients, and members of the crew have all crowded in front of the camera for a big picture.
Things seem to have gotten a bit crazy, even while not acting, and we're sure those who helped work on the movie enjoy having a memory of some fun goofs.
Travolta is Always Dancing
Quentin Tarantino's unique method of filmmaking makes the list once again, this time from one of the famous scenes from 'Pulp Fiction' – the scene where Uma Thurman and John Travolta cut a rug at the diner scene.
The movie is quirky, violent, and has lots of quotable lines, but this scene helped cement it, thanks to fun camera angles, a classic song to dance to, and just a little bit on the line – a dance trophy.