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What the community says about Pulp Fiction
- "I could watch Pulp Fiction a hundred times and still not get tired of it. Between the bizarre but intriguing work of Quentin Tarantino, the star-filled cast, and the violently vivid story, it's a movie that never loses its draw. I highly recommend it to any fans of the crime genre."
- "Don't be surprised that Pulp Fiction is number one on this list. This movie has been released in the 90s but I'm telling you you are missing out on gangster movies if you haven't watched it. With this movie, you'll get violence, humor, and a shared part of our culture. Definitely one of the best gangster movies on Netflix, "
- "Ahhh a monologue in a Tarantino film is really no surprise but I did enjoy Samuel L. Jackson's killing monologue here. Senseless violence and a senseless speech? Maybe. But what made this monologue stellar was Samuel's sheer star quality that makes anybody and everybody just shut the heck up and listen. Oh man, I can't wait to rewatch the movie again!"
- "The opening scene at the diner kinda bored me. But as soon as I saw someone chainsawed before the movie even hit its 30 minute mark, I realized that this movie will be awesome. And I was right! Me and my pops, who is a big fan of Quentin Tarantino, by the way, totally enjoyed this movie and all the unnecessary violence within it!"
- "It's Tarantino's defining movie. It's his claim to fame. I love most of the movie, but it does have a couple parts that slow down a lot. It's not my favorite Tarantino film (I prefer The Hateful Eight), but it does have my favorite scenes in it from all of his films (things like "I just shot Marvin in the face" or "royale with cheese")."
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in What are the best cult movies"Back before Uma Thurman turned nasty, and Samuel L. Jackson dealt with reptile infestations on planes, there was this masterpiece. Some people call it a cult film, but it's now got such mainstream appeal that I'm not sure that's accurate. Whatever the case, I found Jesus in my own briefcase because of it."
- "I have to say, seeing a guy get chainsawed to death less that 30 minutes into the movie is strangle satisfying and funny. This is a classic movie that doesnb't need to get remade due to the fact that no one else would be able to give it justice. Also, stellar acting from Travolta and jackson!"
- "Most of Quentin Tarantino's have this strange, gritty but artistic feel. One of this style is in Pulp Fiction. It has unconventional cinematic styles and referencing a lot of media, music or texts (including itself) which could turn off casual viewers. Nevertheless, it's excellent!"