Avocado's Number wrote:
Peace Out wrote:
I divide the era of movies into everything before and everything after Pulp Fiction. You can't overestimate the significance of this masterpiece.
I think of "Pulp Fiction" as the "Citizen Kane" of the 1990s. A real game-changer, and I still haven't seen anything that quite matches it.
Nevertheless, choosing a "favorite movie" is, to me, a more personal assessment, and one that may reasonably change with time. When I was a young man, my favorite movie was "The Graduate." These days, it's probably "Magnolia." Twenty or thirty years from now, it will probably be something very different.
What's amazing is that I've actually said to someone before that my two LEAST favorite movies were The Graduate and Magnolia, no joke