Pulp Fiction   11/07/18
by KeyserCorleone
If this were a movie that just had a bunch of unrelated stories, would it be any different from another anthology movie?

Pulp Fiction   7/23/16
by Gideon58
The art of film making was changed forever with the 1994 instant classic Pulp Fiction, a bloody and unapologetic crime story that broke all the rules where making movies was concerned and became one of the most talked about movies in history that the most devout film buffs continue to argue passionately about.

Pulp Fiction   5/02/15
by Citizen Rules
Review: The last time I watched Pulp Fiction was over twenty years ago, at that time like most people I thought it was great.

Pulp Fiction   3/20/15
by Gatsby
Jackson, and created a 2nd Golden Age for John Travolta, and most important of all the start of Tarantino- while Reservoir Dogs already made him a minor star Pulp Fiction made him into a superstar director and made a path for great films he went to make on later.

Pulp Fiction   8/25/14
by Jack1
In real life, Vincent Vega's 1964 Chevelle Malibu convertible belongs to Quentin Tarantino and was stolen during the production of the film.

Pulp Fiction   7/15/12
by Daniel M
Pulp Fiction is in my (and the majority of other peoples) opinion his best film so far, it is a combination of everything I love about the director, a film created that combines many traits that we now associate with him, Pulp Fiction is perhaps one of the most enjoyable films I have ever seen and although their may be films that better it, if I had to pick one film to watch at any time then this would be it.

Pulp Fiction   3/30/12
by The Rodent
The acting in the film is what makes all the difference though, they all hit their marks and seem to just know where and what they're characters are supposed to be.

Pulp Fiction   12/21/10
by TylerDurden99
Laced with killer dialogue and unforgettable characters, I might go one step further and say Pulp Fiction is the most popular film of all time (at least, tied with Star Wars).

Pulp Fiction   2/18/08
by meatwadsprite
Story : The focus switches from Vincent Vega (Travolta) who goes on a mission to get his boss's suitcase back with the help of his partner Jules (Samuel Jackson) to Butch (Bruce Willis) a fading boxer who plans to throw his fight for money - for the majority of the film.

Pulp Fiction   8/20/05
by TheUsualSuspect
Tarantino has pulled off a great film and I believe will never top it, this film is the best film of the 90's and one of the best films of all time.

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