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Opened in Theaters: Friday, October 14th, 1994

Directed by Quentin Tarantino

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Pulp Fiction
Academy Award® Winner
Quentin Tarantino's 1994 Classic! Two mob hit men, a boxer, and a pair of diner bandits combine in four stories of violence and redemption.  View more >

R
language, violence, mature themes

Starring John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman...  View more >

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[--- See Now! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberJun 18, 2003

"Pulp Fiction" is Quentin Tarantino's wake up call for the film industry. Once in a while there will be a film that will come along and change things. "Pulp Fiction" is one such film. Not since "Citzen Kane" has this film been put on high notice and lots of togunes waging.

Every time I hear the name of this film, I had to smile because this film breaks the rules of how to make a film. It's a different movie made a man who cares about making movies.

Taratino's screenplay is the most brilliantly written script since "Citzen Kane." A earth shattering film that has to be seen. The direction is excellent, the cast is superb. The film takes a look at a day in the life of the gangster world. It starts with a simple robbery at a coffee shop and it ends at the same coffee shop. There are scenes that are out of order, but that's okay.

The theme music that opens the film is powerful. The music score has songs that came from the 1970's since I heard that Taratino's loves music from the 1970's. the cast is powerful. John Travolta and Sammual L. Jackson are hitmen who take about MacDonald's in France. Uma thurman plays the boss' girlfriend who od on drugs. the list goes on and on.

This is a must see film. There will never be another film for years to come. "Pulp Fiction" didn't make cinematic history, "Pulp Fiction" is cinematic history. I saw that movie three times on the big screen and I want to see it again. 

[--- Stay Away! ---]by Michael Mazzoni Aug 31, 2007
[--- See Now! ---]by bekaloutaylor May 8, 2010
[--- See Now! ---]by wetback39906 Jul 31, 2011



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