Pulp Fiction's cultural impact where parody are being used in places like The Simpsons, one liners with cheese and even 25 years on Winston Wolf in insurance ads. Slick dialogue used by dark animated cartoon like characters with a plot so absurd it becomes fucking spectacular that you don't know what will happen next. Reservoir Dogs was a great first film but Tarantino cemented his style and future films with this!
Three years after "Terminator 2" revolutionized digital imagery in cinema, Quentin Tarantino released a film where the dialogue was the special effect. If none of his ensuing films have managed to live up to "Pulp Fiction's" measure, it scarcely seems his fault—something about the film's characters feel indelibly woven into the pop culture tapestry of the Nineties, an essential part of the decade's zeitgeist.
75/100 (Bir daha izle deseler bir daha izlerim ama bir daha en iyi 10 filmden biri de deseler kendimden utanırım ancak. Bu verdiğim puan tamamen Tarantino'nun şansı eğer ilk izlemem olsaydı 70 bile olabilirdi bu tesadüfler ve mantık hatalarıyla. İnanılmaz kurgu, oyunculuklar, diyaloglar ve atmosfer mantık hataları-anlamsızlık ile hiç edilmiş. Bunu malesef yaş alınca fark edebildim. Devamı yorumda...)
Pulp Fiction revolutionized storytelling and film and also had a huge impact on the pop culture of the planet. It threw away the consistent timeline of a story and jumped between not only other storylines but other parts in time throughout the film. Its dramatic camera movements showed how emotions can be portrayed through camera motions.
this movie has a very unique style that set in stone what Tarantino's directing would be like. It uses a unique structure and script that allows the movie to switch main characters smoothly. The way the the story all connect is amazing and the dialogue is perfectly Tarantino.