This is the movie that made me want to make movies. I consider this my gateway art film. What makes this my favourite movie of all time, is that I get something different out of it every time I see it. The layers are endless, the characters are unforgettable, and this is and will always be one of the finest examples of storytelling in movies. Also, it's really fucking cool. That's probably the best thing about it.
What a film! Top class cast and performances across the board, interesting and unforgettable characters. Badass dialogues and dark humour (Tarantino's trademark I guess). The way the story is presented works perfectly. Excellent soundtrack. Very cool!
I remember all the hype about this when I was a little kid. I never understood it until now. Must have been mind-blowing watching it back then, cause it's still great now. Tarantino's style is ever so fresh, and it's a trademark he can clearly call his own. You find yourself engrossed in the stories. They're like shorts intertwined in one film. Plus, there's the music!
Very well delivered quintessential Tarantino, which makes sense because Tarantino is somewhat defined by this film. Yes some of the dialogue is rather cult, yes it plays with the spirit of the genre and of the times, and plenty more. Sadly, I don't like Tarantino violence and simple morality.
Little can be said about Pulp Fiction that hasn't been already. This triumph of non-linear and interweaving storytelling is the quintessential, and arguably most perfect, Tarantino film, with his signature violence, film homages, and talent for character and dialogue writing. Performances are superb all around, and from beginning to end, prepare for a fun and wild ride.
It's hard not to be drawn in by the gleeful "kid in a candyshop" exuberence of the young Tarantino. The structure holds by virtue of the g-forces created by the creative energy of the precocious young director bringing out the best of a brilliant cast.
Everyone's favourite movie and soundtrack. I found an old picture of my mum, she looked like Mia once. This movie taught me to dance like no one's watching, and ended years of shrinking wallflower existence. I owe it that and more. My favourite bit is where Vincent on the trumpet says 'Hello' and then 'OK' into the intercom. Despite seeing the movie so many times, in my mind it's a mix of scenes without plot as such.