Pulp Fiction

A burger-loving hit man, his philosophical partner, a drug-addled gangster's moll and a washed-up boxer converge in this sprawling, comedic crime caper. Their adventures unfurl in three stories that ingeniously trip back and forth in time.

2 Film Reviews

This is a tasty burger. by Peter Roberts
over 10 years ago

Big Kahuna Burgers, the cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast. I could carry on and say one hundred more lines and phrases from the film. Instead I will say that this is a modern day classic. Tarantino is a brilliant writer, he wrote this with Roger Avary who also wrote 'killing Zoe' a must see film staring Eric Stoltz. I challenge you not to like this film if you haven't already seen it. This is the only film that can make you laugh at Marvin being shot in the face.

I'm super fly T 'n' T by piptastic
over 10 years ago

This is in my top three for sure. Quentin Tarantino delivers arguable his best movie along with an all star cast. This was the movie that put Samuel L Jackson on the map, I very fine performance indeed. John Travolta also had a welcome boost from this film, and the duo play the most lovable gangsters of the 90’s. The scripting between Travolta and Jackson will compel you to rewind and view again and again. This movie slots together like a jigsaw and each scene tells it’s own little story contributing to the larger picture. Tarantino’s finest master stoke. A bucket list movie.


Film Score

9.5 stars

Film Information

Release Date
Runtime 154 minutes
Studio Miramax Films, A Band Apart, Jersey Films
Genre Action, Thriller, Crime
Budget $8,000,000
Revenue $213,928,762

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