Quentin Tarantino's Movie Is WInning Hearts

Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction is securing its spot on HBO’s Top 10 this week, positioning itself at number eight and possibly rising.

Pulp Fiction debuted in 1994 to rave reviews from critics, and audiences flocked to movie theaters to witness a new subgenre of crime drama.

The movie is viewed by many as a career resurrection of sorts for Travolta, who earned praise for his lead performance as Vincent Vega.

Pulp Fiction tells multiple stories from varying points of view, seen through the eyes of the lead characters.

It is noted for its overextended monologues, pop culture treasure troves, and nonlinear narrative storytelling.

Many of the sequences are presented out of order chronologically, a touchstone of independent filmmaking that made its way into mainstream cinema.

Pulp Fiction’s critical and financial success seemed to define Tarantino’s directorial style while fostering Miramax’s stake.