Pulp Fiction (1994)
A burger-loving hit man, his philosophical partner, a drug-addled gangster's moll and a washed-up boxer converge in this sprawling, comedic crime caper. Their adventures unfurl in three stories that ingeniously trip back and forth in time.
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Surprisingly incoherent and boring
Simply A Masterpiece
One of the film's great tricks is that, for a time, you think it will go down a rabbit hole of unrealistic glorification.
"English, motherf**ker, do you speak it?" "Bring out the gimp." "Get my wallet...it's the one that says Bad Motherf**ker." "Royale with cheese." The Ezekiel 25:17 speech.These 5 lines and many more famous scenes come to mind when people hear "Pulp Fiction." I think I would be correct in saying that it is the most quotable movie ever made. That is not the only thing that makes this movie special. The dialogue as a whole is so well written. In his 2001 "Great Movie" review, Roger Ebert said it could work as an audio book. I would like to buy a Pulp Fiction audio book-that would rock!Another iconic part is that it has 3 separate stories that tell one story when told in order. However, the movie switches them so you have to figure out the order itself. I read somewhere that in order, the last line would be Bruce Willis saying: "Zed's baby. Zed's dead." In the movie, there is a little over a half hour left when the line is said. I could continue on-but this will suffice.Pulp Fiction is a movie that movie fans really should see.Note: There is a lot of language as colorful as the dialogue itself.
I never liked this film. Horribly overrated.see the review by adam G for a better worded and longer winded explanation of my feelings on this movie.
This is a very good film. Good combination of actors and music.
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