What can be said about Pulp Fiction that hasn't already been said. It was an instant hit, building off the cred Tarantino had earned with critics for his breakout film Reservoir Dogs a couple years prior.
Whereas RD gave a lot of relatively new actors like Tim Roth and Steve Buscemi some important exposure, PF helped resurrect a couple flagging careers, like those of John Travolta and Bruce Willis, who had both seen a string of flops in the late 80s and early 90s.
At this point, its tropes and dialogue have worked their way into the very fabric of pop cultures, largely due to the film's eclectic and memorable monologues and extended conversations, plus its own slew of pop culture references from the 1970s.
While not nearly as violent as RD, Pulp Fiction certainly has its moments. Let's take a look at the hardware used in this neo-noir crime saga that could only take place in Los Angeles.