Pulp Fiction

Approval Rate: 62%

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    Mon Jan 18 2010

    my favorite. love letter to noir

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    Thu Oct 08 2009

    Not for everyone,this fast-paced,brutal and rambunctious movie has plenty of surprises,great performances,unforgettable lines and even lots of laughs.Black Humor Required!!!

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    Sat May 30 2009

    Quentin at his best. Most of his movies are just too out there for me, but this had a good story, accompanied by some talented acting.

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    Sat May 30 2009

    I just want to know what was in the damn case. I've heard some speculation that its someone's soul, hence the glow when they open it.

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    Fri Apr 10 2009

    I'm sorry, but I just don't fit into the Pulp Fiction was awesome crowd. I just don't get it. It barely had a story line, the pieces of which didn't fit together. It relied more on trying to shock you than on actually telling a story. When it was over I was left wondering what the hell it was I had just finished watching. Quentin Tarantino is extremely overrated.

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    Sat Apr 26 2008

    Best of Tarrentino so far. Bruce Willis showed he can do a bit of acting when he has to.

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    Sat Mar 29 2008

    Not an easy film to stomach- but still one of the most fearless movies of the 90's. . .vicious and hilarious dialogue. . .watch it again and think about how tame Hollywood has become.

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    Sat Mar 29 2008

    Empty, nihilistic, boring, overrated, this movie has it all. But I guess it's enough for the critics to praise it and we will think it's a masterpiece and the director a genius. Carnage? No, it's a work of art. Unnecessary violence? No, you have to see beyond that. You sit through the movie and in the end you ask yourself "what do these people want from me?"

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    Sat Mar 29 2008

    Butch: I think I cracked a rib. Fabienne: Giving me oral pleasure? Butch: No, retard, from the fight.

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    Sun Nov 04 2007

    The movie I can watch over and over again

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    Mon Oct 01 2007

    I really did not care for this movie. I know it was a hit, but as far as I'm concerned it was way over rated. With the exception of Bruce Willis' character, this movie had absolutely no redeeming value.

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    Thu Jun 28 2007

    I absolutely HATED this movie!  I could never figure out what all the fuss was about, I did not like any of the characters, did not like the acting, did not like the story, and I kept waiting for it to get even mediocre and it never did--what rot!

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    Tue May 22 2007

    Tarentino's best by far, started the whole 3 or 4 stories in one movie all interconnected such as Magnolia or Babel.

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    Sun Apr 08 2007

    Why do the critics love this over-ripe piece of tripe? It is hideous.

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    Sun Apr 08 2007

    Still waiting for Tarantino to match this. Have not seen Grindhouse yet so maybe the jury is still out. Very original and trend setting. Excellent dialogue, Walken's cameo steals the show.

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    Fri Dec 01 2006

    Pulp Fiction is one of the best damn movies ever! the action is great, the plot is good, and Uma Thurman is in it! I love this movie! However, I do have a problem with Travolta's hair. It's pretty weird looking.

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    Sun Oct 01 2006

    This movie is basicly just trash (like most Tarantino films), but, (like most Tarantino films), it's fascinating. Not for the queezy....but if you can handle a little sleaze, check this one out.

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    Thu Sep 14 2006

    i'm sorry to all the people that love this film but i don't see whats so good about it. it doesn't even have a real story line

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    Thu Jul 13 2006

    Uma ruins it.

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    Fri Dec 02 2005

    If, like Tarantino, you find humour in murder and torture then you're one sick mutha who needs pyschiatric help pronto. Why this film has become so iconic I dont know. It's cretinous rubbish.

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    Mon Nov 28 2005

    It is just boring.

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    Fri Nov 25 2005

    This movie was violent for no reason and the whole plot was violence. In this movie, killing people was supposed to be funny. But I didn't laugh at one thing, not even when they shot the guy when they went over the speed bump. It didn't deserve to win or be up for any Oscars. This is an over-rated movie about people who think murder and violence is funny.

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    Thu Aug 18 2005

    Nasty violent movie, walked out of the theater half way through the movie !!! Glorifying and laughing at killing people, sick !!

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    Tue Aug 09 2005

    I admit, you have to be a little twisted to like this movie, but that's the shear JOY of it for fans that appreciate it...It's twistedness that is.

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    Sun Jul 31 2005

    my favorite movie of all time, pulp fiction is a masterpiece. i love everything about this film from the memorable characters with real personalities(samuel l jackson as the scripture quoting hitman), the humorous conversations (now look, maybe your method of massage differs from mine,but you know touching his wife's feet and sticking your tongue in the holiest of holies ain't the same f***ing ballpark. it ain't the same league. it ain't even the same f***ing sport.), and the excellent directing by quetin tarantino.

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    Mon May 23 2005

    I love this movie. The cast is phenomenal, the dialog is very entertaining, and the storyline is too cool. One of Tarantinos 3 best (True Romance and Resevoir Dogs being the other 2). And yes, I am a little twisted. LOL

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    Sat May 14 2005

    tarantino is unique when it comes to his movies. he casts those that are perfect for their roles and you could never imagine anyone else playing the part. this gave john travolta a comeback that was never expected to happen and it showed how much talent and ability to play other parts

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    Thu Apr 07 2005

    Entertaining all the way through. Never a dull moment and full over every emotion. QT knows how to cast the right person to get the best out of them and make a kick*ss ride out a movie.

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    Tue Apr 05 2005

    Obviously one of the greatest, but definitly it won't appeal to all people. This is cleary a dialogue movie, meaning that most of the movie consists of just dialogue, whether in a car, at a house, or at a bar. But don't get the wrong impression from this. There is great action at the right times and there are a huge amount of famous actors/actresses in this film. Definitly not my favorite, but right up there.

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    Sat Feb 12 2005

    Way,way,overrated and overhyped just like the Kill Bill movies.Warped and twisted just like every other film Tarantino does,but when you have a twisted mind what else can you do?I challenge Tarantino to make another Genre of movies.If he truely has talent (which I doubt)it will show.

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    Sat Feb 12 2005

    EXCELLENT MOVIE! If you arent the into violence type, WHY DID YOU EVEN GO TO SEE IT IN THE FIRST PLACE?!?! Did the previews come across as family friendly?

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    Sat Jan 15 2005

    I have watched this film countless times and I never get tired of it. Quentin Tarantino's characters and dialogue are second to none.

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    Fri Jan 07 2005

    Such intelligent and sophisticated direction is perfectly complimented by Quentin Tarantino's masterful screenwriting. Nobody turns a phrase quite like the Knoxville native. This is by far the most popular film he's ever directed and yet it may not even be the best. In Pulp Ficiton he takes what he did in Reservoir Dogs with unchronological story telling and refines it beautifully. Reservoir Dogs my be the more exciting of two, but this one is more concise and important. Best Scene: Jules Winfield's pre-killing monologue.

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    Fri Dec 17 2004

    Quinten Tarantino has a way to create a story, make it go backwards, than flip it upside-down, and make you want to rant and rave about it for the rest of your existance. Out of the few movies he has made this is my favorite. And I will strike down with great vengenance and furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers. And you will know my name is the Lord when I lay my vengance apon thee. -Pulp Fiction

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    Wed Nov 24 2004

    I hated this disgusting, vile, vulgar, wretchedly excessive bloody mess.

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    Fri Aug 27 2004

    one of the top five greatest films ever!!!!! and if you did not getit you are an idiot!

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    Sun Aug 22 2004

    Tarantino's best and my favorite movie. Unique, thrilling, and has some of the best written dialoge ever. What else hasn't already been said. A great movie.

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    Sat Aug 14 2004

    I like a film that makes some sense - this did not!!

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    Mon Aug 02 2004

    One of those films where the violent scenes appeared to have been written by an emotionally disturbed person,who'd never seen anything.

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    Thu Jul 29 2004

    I would say something but you've already said it all; This movie is awesome!

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    Sun Jul 25 2004

    Am I the only one that just didn't get it?

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    Thu Jun 24 2004

    One of my favorite Quentin Tarentino films, next to Kill Bill and Reservior Dogs.

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    Sun Apr 18 2004

    One of the greatest movies of all time. I found my self puzzled and thrilled. There is a never ending climax to this movie. The plot, and story line is great. Amazing actors and acting take this film from a story board and turn it into a real in your face sort of movie. Great movie, deff. worth buying or renting. -sliptodd-

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    Tue Apr 13 2004

    Yet again, another film by Tarintino seeping with style and finesse. His editing and storylines are absolutely seamless - he effortlessly moves the plot from the past to the present, from one characters perspective to another to the point where its a work of art. And Samuel Jackson just radiates cool.

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    Sat Apr 03 2004

    I love this movie. I think it's Tarantino's best. There's so much going on and i love the way everything affects everything else.

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    Wed Feb 25 2004

    Released in 1995 and directed by the eccentric Quentin Tarantino, Pulp Fiction is a landmark film of the 1990's. For the uninitiated, the movie intertwines several seemingly independent plots dealing with the dark underworld of crime, drugs, sexuality and violence. What makes the movie so compelling (and to some disturbing) is that the violence and situations seem genuine and believable. The characters act so nonchalantly through the tempest of their lives as if there is nothing is out of the ordinary. Almost a show about nothing on steroids. The viewer can see that these seemingly extraordinary events and situations could actually happen, and probably do in parts of Americana that few want to see firsthand. Moreover, the film had top-notch music and casting, including John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson as hit men, Bruce Willis as a struggling boxer, Harvey Keitel, Ving Rhames, Uma Thurman, and Christopher Walken. Finally, Tarantino uses a nonlinear editing process which increa... Read more

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    Wed Feb 25 2004

    This is ONE of 3 movies that I have walked out of in midshow. This piece of junk should have never been created. It is senseless violence, and it really has no storyline worth mentioning. The scene of male rape was really disgusting, and it is what broke the camels back. You can believe the theatre gave our money back as we left. And we weren't the only ones. Quentin Tarantino is possibly one of the worst directors of all time as well. I do NOT recommend this senseless movie to anyone. It will leave you feeling dirty, sick and just bad if you watch it. This movie also made me lose TONS of respect for John Travolta, Rosanna Arquette and Bruce Willis...

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    Tue Feb 24 2004

    Absolutely terrible movie. Retched. Not worth anything at all.