For many, Quentin Tarantino's 1994 thriller 'Pulp Fiction' is a member of that highly coveted "that was the sickest f*cking movie I've ever seen" list.
The video above is a tremendous re-enactment of one of the film's most famous scenes, where Samuel L.'s character recites Ezekiel 25:17 in a situation that, at first glance, doesn't seem to lend itself to moral righteousness. The short was created by software 'Source Filmmaker,' which appears to be some sort of hi-tech movie-making tool that I'm not going to pretend I know anything about. For an accurate description, here's what the group had to say on its Facebook page.
The Source Filmmaker (SFM) is the movie-making tool built and used by us here at Valve to make movies inside the Source game engine. Because the SFM uses the same assets as the game, anything that exists in the game can be used in the movie, and vice versa. By utilizing the hardware rendering power of a modern gaming PC, the SFM allows storytellers to work in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get environment so they can iterate in the context of what it will feel like for the final audience.
Bottom line, don't mess with Samuel L. Jackson. Uness you like hot 'spatcho.