Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 pulpy Palme d’Or winner is what truly put him on the map after the success of Reservoir Dogs. Topping himself with his anachronic story-telling method, Tarantino manages to keep you engaged for about two hours and half with great performances, quotable dialogue, great stories, and a terrific soundtrack. Tarantino’s genius contribution to film is one that explores his fictitious crime world of L.A. , filled with memorable characters such as Zed, The Wolfe, and Jules, Pulp Fiction is a film you can keep going back to and it’ll never get old. Made up three great inter-connected story-lines that naturally come together unlike She’s Funny That Way, personally, I might prefer The Gold Watch because of the satisfactory feeling of triumph you get at the end of it, but I still love the other two story-lines, especially The Bonnie Situation which is awesome in every way. As I said before everyone acts brilliantly, you’ve got the intimidating Ving Rhames, the menacing Sam Jackson, the dazed Travolta, the calm and collected Harvey Keitel, Tarantino as a normal husband, Uma Thurman being awesome, and a really underrated performance by Bruce Willis. So, in the end, Pulp Fiction’s is just a great, masterfully out together film with top-notch performances and quotable dialogue, a modern classic which I shall rank at a 98 out of 100.