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Lincoln
May 12, 2007

Ladies.

Dang, just read the OP, which was written 14 years ago, roughly a decade after the film was released. I think it’s fair. This is not one of the “greatest films ever made,” but it’s very, very good and is masterclass on editing, sound, cinematography and dialogue. Maybe in a few years it will be ranked up there with Godfather, Citizen Kane, etc. That’s very high praise.

I saw this in theaters when it was released, and all I knew was it was by the same guy that made Reservoir Dogs, which I liked. LOVED it when I walked out of the theater, and I still do. To this day I think it’s Tarantino’s best film, and he’s made some pretty good ones since. I can tell in every movie since that he’s trying to “do something” with the film, but that’s not the case with Pulp Fiction. It’s just pure film.

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