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Olli's avatar


is there any good film where i'm not able to read the word "overrated" on the first page?
12 years 4 months ago
Jinkla's avatar


Arguably style over substance, Pulp Fiction certainly has a lot going for it. Engaging dialogue, strong performances and an unpredictable, intense narrative.
Pulp Fiction is a treat to watch and a memorable classic.
10 years 1 month ago
dkeane's avatar


Yesterday I found out Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction clocked in at a staggering 2 hours and 34 minutes. Pulp is a movie I have seen countless times and the pacing is so perfect and the characters so interesting that it never feels as long as it is. It is in my short list of films that I feel compelled to watch whenever it is on. Tarantino's unique voice shines through in the quick and witty banter between characters and feels like a more refined version of what he accomplished in reservoir dogs. Sure there are themes and subtext to this film but it is not necessary to pick up on to enjoy this movie. Critics may say this is a detriment to the film but it makes it a movie that is accessible and can be deeper if you want to look for it. I attribute this movie to sparking my interest in film history and getting me to seek out movies from other masterful film makers. Pulp Fiction will always hold a special place in my film watching history.
10 years 12 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


Tarantino's best script, it's a story of redemption like no other, where every single scene is a quotable classic. And can anyone fault the music in this?
6 years 1 month ago
jaana's avatar


There's a very special feel to every Tarantino movie. It's impossible to say what it is, to be exact, but I fucking love every single one of his movies. Pulp Fiction is no exception. Witty dialogue, excellent soundtrack and the story line just blew me away. Another instant favourite, goddamn it.
10 years 10 months ago
lmddawson's avatar


Everything about this is genius.
11 years 3 months ago
Louw Burger's avatar

Louw Burger

A Masterpiece of Dark Humor and Narrative Brilliance

Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction" stands as a timeless masterpiece that effortlessly blends razor-sharp dialogue, unforgettable characters, dark humor, and a non-linear structure. With its irreverent attitude towards extreme violence, the film manages to captivate audiences while offering a thought-provoking exploration of nihilism and human nature. From its stellar performances to its meticulously woven narratives, "Pulp Fiction" remains a cinematic triumph that continues to enthrall and entertain.

At the heart of "Pulp Fiction" lies its unparalleled wit, exhibited through its exceptionally crafted dialogue. Tarantino's script transforms even the most mundane conversations into moments of irresistibly entertaining banter. This linguistic dexterity not only showcases the director's mastery but also injects an unparalleled energy into the film. Furthermore, the characters portrayed by the talented ensemble cast, particularly the standout performance by John Travolta as Vincent Vega, breathe life into the screen. Their unique personalities and quirks add depth and resonance, making the audience genuinely care about their fates.

One of the film's remarkable achievements is its ability to navigate a fine line between humor and nihilism. "Pulp Fiction" embraces the darkest corners of human existence, juxtaposing extreme violence with hilariously dark comedic moments. It successfully invites viewers to question their own moral compasses and explore the absurdity of life. By delving into the underworld of crime and portraying flawed characters with undeniable charisma, the film becomes an engrossing study of human nature and the choices that define us.

Tarantino's non-linear storytelling technique elevates "Pulp Fiction" to unparalleled heights. The film seamlessly weaves together multiple story lines, effortlessly connecting them to create a cohesive and layered narrative. This structural brilliance not only enhances the suspense but also ensures endless rewatchability. With each viewing, new details and connections emerge, inviting audiences to delve deeper into the intricate web of interwoven tales. The result is a truly immersive experience that rewards viewers with each subsequent watch.

Beneath its nihilistic exterior, "Pulp Fiction" reveals unexpected moments of emotional depth and sincerity. Despite the characters' morally ambiguous actions, the film manages to evoke empathy and compassion from the audience. It explores themes of redemption, loyalty, and the pursuit of personal identity, showcasing the nuanced complexity of the human condition.

Complementing the narrative, the film's eclectic soundtrack breathes life into its scenes and characters. From the soulful beats of "Son of a Preacher Man" to the adrenaline-inducing energy of "Misirlou," the music becomes an integral part of the storytelling process. It amplifies the emotions, sets the tone, and enhances the overall cinematic experience, further solidifying "Pulp Fiction" as a genre-defining classic.

"Pulp Fiction" is a cinematic tour de force that continues to captivate audiences years after its release. Tarantino's sharp writing, exceptional performances, and masterful storytelling combine to create a darkly humorous exploration of violence, morality, and the human condition. With its non-linear structure, unforgettable characters, and an infectious soundtrack, the film remains an enduring masterpiece that stands as a testament to the power of cinema.
5 months 3 weeks ago
Paravail's avatar


Simply one of the best films ever made. I have seen it over twenty times, and each time I notice some wonderful detail I hadn't before. The writing is perfect. The casting is perfect. The cinematography is perfect. Tarantino uses every tool a filmmaker can possibly use to exquisite effect. This is a rare case of a movie really being that good.
8 years 4 months ago
vivienblue_06's avatar


Its just too damn good..
10 years ago
Muthu Kumar V's avatar

Muthu Kumar V

Sometimes I think that what the hell was that? But then i watch it again ...again and realize that this is something.
10 years 4 months ago
SkilledLunatic's avatar


Good Movie. Impressive Dialogue, really loved the inicial dialogue, all the perfomances (including Tarantino) and Samuel L. Jackson reaction after that dude fails all the shots is classic. But it's kind of overhyped. BTW does Butch really have to walk that much, goddammit?
10 years 7 months ago
Alpakka91's avatar


The movie is quaranteed Tarantino quality, but not the best movie I've seen. Some of the scenes were unexpected and from time to time confusing, but overall entertaining.
11 years 9 months ago
Forrester's avatar


In my opinion, movies are meant as entertainment. This movie definitely confirmed my opinion, it's entertaining as hell. Love it!

"Say something!" "Something."
12 years 7 months ago
jerichoholic's avatar


A masterpiece. I still wait for a movie as cool as this.
13 years 1 month ago
RoyaleWithCheese88's avatar


Amazing cast, amazing director, amazing storyline, amazing film!

My favourite
13 years 11 months ago

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