Review: Pulp Fiction (1994)

Pulp Fiction (94) Just about the epitome of cool, this sophomore effort finds Quentin Tarantino at his absolute finest. On first viewing I ran through Pulp Fiction three times back to back. In all seriousness, the tape didn’t leave my VCR for a week. Slick dialogue, a circus of engaging characters, and a narrative structure that was highly unusual for its time make this one of the single best films of the nineties. Nearly every line of the screenplay is quotable and they often are; watch this one and it will finally all make sense. I promise.

[back to latest reviews]
[see all reviews]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *