It’s difficult to find something to say about Quentin Tarantino‘s masterpiece that hasn’t been said already, but we will share this observation with you: We recently revisited Pulp Fiction for the first time in several years, and we can honestly say — without any reservations, hesitations or even explanations — that the movie still holds up today, 17 years later. Tarantino’s multi-layered tale of crime and redemption still packs a punch, will still make you laugh and gasp (oftentimes within seconds of each other) and is still better than 99.9% of anything else out there. So if you’re reluctant to watch this classic on Netflix Instant because you’re afraid that it just won’t be the same as when you first watched it in the fall of 1994, know that you’re right, it won’t be the same — it’ll be even better. So sit back and check out the big brain on Brett for the first time since however ridiculously damn long it’s been.
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