I saw Grindhouse a few days ago and got back into my infatuation with Quentin Tarantino films. The man is a genius writer, director, and a pretty good actor to boot. Because of this Tarantino binge, I watched Pulp Fiction for a second time and fell in love with it again. It seems to be one of those movies that gets better with each viewing. It has to be my favorite movie ever. Never in a movie have I heard such compelling dialogue, delivered with such great performances from such a talented group of actors. Samuel L. Jackson delivers what could quite possibly be the greatest performance of his career, and John Travolta compliments him perfectly. The conversations between Jules (Jackson) and Vincent (Travolta) throughout the movie are engrossing and intriguing, not to mention hilarious at times, especially when Jules is getting pissed at Vincent. Bruce Willis was exceptional, specifically in the scene where he and Marcellus Wallace (Ving Rhames) are abducted by the shop owner and his friend Zed. Who else has Ezekiel 25:17 memorized? So, Pulp Fiction: Great movie, or the the greatest movie? Anyone have any favourite quotes or scenes from the movie? I'd say mine, but I'd end up just repeating the entire damn script. Discuss other Tarantino films as well.