Stated by many as one of the most-compelling love stories ever displayed on the big screen, True Romance depicts a love that must prevail against all odds. When Clarence Worley, played by Christian Slater, falls in love and marries Alabama Whitman, played by Patricia Arquette, their love sets stage for one action packed thrill ride. When a large amount of cocaine turns up in their possession, they are both faced with the opportunity to make a substance amount of cash. But they are not the only ones trying to make good on this drug, for the drug dealers that claim ownership are close on their trail and destined to stop them before they make the biggest sale of their lives. Supporting star, James Gandolphini leads the fight against these two love birds as they attempt to set the security of their futures in stone.
True Romance asks the age old question of how far would one man go to keep his love safe from harm. Gary Oldman poses as Alabama's pimp in which keeps a sense of ownership of her, in which Worley will have to address in order to claim her as his own. The story is one of persisting love no matter where one comes from or what someone may have done in the past. True Romance, written by Quentin Tarentino, has been held as a classic by many who have seen it. With a story line that rivals that of the infamous Bonny and Clyde, these two love birds set an example of just how far love will go when pushed against adversity. Guest appearances in the film include those by Christopher Walker, Bronson Pinchot, Brad Pitt, Samual Jackson, Val Kilmer and Dennis Hopper. Parental discretion is strongly advised for there are numerous scenes depicting sexual intercourse and graphic violent acts throughout.
For those wanting an entertaining view into the lives of those with a love at its purest form, True Romance delivers.