Saturday, 24 August 2013

Pulp Fiction (1994)

I can't believe I haven't written a review on Pulp Fiction yet! How could I overlook one of my all time favorite movies? WHAT WAS I THINKING!! But, after a long break from movie reviewing, I am happy to announce that I'm back in full force this time.  Released on October 14th 1994, Pulp Fiction was a box office and critical hit. I won't ruin the story for you but it basically involves 7 sequence of events and throughout the film we witness how they are tied together.

The acting in Pulp Fiction was on point. Vincent Vega (John Travolta) and Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson) have such an extraordinary on-screen chemistry together it's actually unbelievable, it's like they were born to be partners in this movie. The script was fantastic and the dialogue in the movie was so smooth and natural and John Travolta's improvised line "I shot Marvin in the face" has to be one of the best improvised lines I've ever heard.  Not to mention the one liners were fantastic.

Pulp Fiction is pure genius, the technique used to tie together events that seem so random is just extraordinary. Another thing I loved about this movie was the joyful atmosphere it creates. The movie is almost 2 and a half hours long but truth be told, It didn't even feel like two hours because of the lively atmosphere. I was so hooked to the movie first time watching it that I couldn't even pause it, it's that powerful. Not to mention, the soundtrack was amazing, it matched the movie like toast matches butter.

So what are you waiting for? Grab that Royale with Cheese in one hand and that glass of beer in another and fill your fries with mayonnaise, because you're about to watch one of the greatest movies ever made. I strongly recommend watching this film because it's one of those films that revolutionized the modern movie industry in my opinion. So I hope you have fun watching it, and leave your feedback on the comment section.
You know what they call a Quarter Pounder with cheese in Paris?

 "Say What Again!"