Grease, a classic and one of my all time faves✨ When I was probably 6 years old I used to watch this movie probably every my mom told me, she said that I literally danced and sang along to every song👼🏼
Pulp Fiction Review 🎥
Pulp Fiction is a 1994 American crime film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. The plot follows several stories of criminal Los Angeles, which all interconnect somehow.
Pulp fiction is my favourite film I have ever seen. Now, I’m not saying it’s the best film ever made, not by any stretch, but it definitely is my favourite. When I first saw this film, I had no idea what to think about it - literally my mind went blank during and after watching it. So, I watched it again, and then again, and on my third viewing, I realised just how much I loved it. I loved all of the characters. I loved the non-linear storytelling. I loved how snappy and witty the dialogue was. I loved how quotable and iconic so many of the lines and scenes were. I loved the direction, and I loved this film, and I still do, after about 16 viewings. Now let me give you an idea why.
Tarantino usually makes each character in his film as important as the other - and Pulp Fiction is no exception. Butch is as standout as Vincent who’s as standout as Jules who’s as standout as Mia who’s as standout as Marsellus. And due to Tarantino’s ever sharp dialogue, these characters feel like human beings: no matter how bizarre or outlandish the world around them becomes, our characters remain human, and for that reason, whether it’s a hitman, a boxer or a mob boss, we can relate to these characters and the decisions they make (to an extent).
Now, what makes these characters so relatable, so human, so real? The dialogue. Each scene and chapter of this film is filled to the brim with obscure, witty and well-written dialogue: whether it’s about foot massages or five dollar milkshakes, Tarantino truly encapsulates the idiosyncrasy of human conversation. The characters go on prolonged tangents about things that barely service the plot, but you don’t feel bored, or taken out of the story; you feel drawn in. The humour, the impulses, the opinions and how they’re conveyed build together to create a real human conversation - even though, of course, they don’t.
Words can’t explain fully how great this film is, so check it out yourself, you won't regret it.