The lives of two mob hit men, a boxer, a gangster’s wife, and a pair of diner bandits intertwine in four tales of violence and redemption.
Fantastic, quotable, rewatchable, masterpiece
It is time to recognise that Quentin Tarantino’s much-lauded movie is about nothing, says nothing and makes you feel nothing.
Feel connected to a spiritual level with Jules, got a soft spot for Butch and Fabienne, am licking the screen for Tarantino's cinematography (as per usual) and keeping his humanization of gangsters, hitmen, etc, close to my heart.
You'd have to be a real contrarian to say this isn't a damn near perfect film.
This movie will keep u on edge... F'n bad ass from the very beginning to the end
Dialoghi a dir poco memorabili
rated from memory.
Never got what the big deal is.
a gangster`s wife...
um dos meus favoritos!
Tarantino's magnum opus. A modern masterpiece. The most quotable movie of all-time?
If you don't admire this movie, you're an uptight piece of shit.
As overrated as Fight Club, in my opinion.
...can you believe people STILL don't like this movie?
While not his "best" film, this more than all others is a true introduction into the mind of Quentin Tarantino, one of the modern Auteur filmmakers to rise up in the 90s
Оказуется, все такие есть нормальные тут фильмы:)
My favorite film of all time: a patchwork quilt of pop culture and conversation that humanizes hitmen, homages genres, and serves as an excellent expansion to the definition of "iconic."