Chaos in it's most poetically justified form magically captured for the screen by the rebellious mastermind Tarantino, who's name will reverberate throughout cinematic history. I've always been fascinated with Pulp Fiction. Since I watched it in Highschool drinking one of my first beers thinking I was the coolest kid ever. There's something special about this film that a lot of people can relate with because so many people have seen it. It's a true classic. The script is hand's down one of the best in film. It's funny, intense, and real. Maintaining almost no structural plot for the first hour and a half gracefully piecing multiple storylines together without ever boring it's audience. The performances are iconic. Specifically Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman, who will go on to be stars of Tarantino's filmography. The soundtrack plays a vital role. This could be considered a long f**ked up music video. It's a treat for the ears as much as it is for the eyes. Incredible cinematography from Jack Rabbit slims to injecting adrenaline straight into a heart... This is a must watch and one of my favorite movies.