Pulp Fiction (Review)


I firmly believe that each and every one of you has heard of Pulp Fiction. If you haven’t then you must not love movies as this one is #4 on the IMDB Top 250. The movie was directed and written by Quentin Tarantino, the man behind Reservoir Dogs, another fantastic movie. It stars John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis and even Quentin Tarantino acts in one of his best roles ever.

The movie itself consists of several shorter stories that all seem to intertwine in minor or major aspects. All the stories are entertaining to watch, which makes needing to take a bathroom break difficult. There is a lot of violence, but that is nothing compared to the language. The F-word is said 243 times and the N-word is used around 15 times. If you’re sensitive to that kind of stuff, just be warned. The movie does have many memorable scenes, including the dance scene and the basement scene. I don’t think though, that either scenes outdo the “Stuck in the Middle With You” scene from Reservoir Dogs. I do think the movie has some of the most memorable dialogue of any movie ever made. Mostly the lines between Jackson and Travolta.

For being released in 1994, the movie has aged amazingly. It has almost been 20 years and I feel watching the movie now has the same impact as it did when it was released. Anyways, if you have never seen the movie, I strongly recommend that you do. While the swearing may affect some people, I don’t mind so much. So with that, I give this a 10 out of 10. It truly is a movie that has stood the test of time.

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