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Damn you, Flickchart...Damn you.
WAAAY too easy, 'No Country for Old Men' is the most over-hyped turd fest I have ever seen. The Coen's need to come up with a new story beyond the someones steals a bunch of money and then dies or learns something (or both!!!)!
How could one make this distinction? My god... Pulp Fiction it is! NO! No country. Wait no.. Pulp Fiction.. ARGH!
It's an easy one for me. I go with Pulp Fiction all the way.
Pulp Fiction is a very well created confection. You recognise the genius, you are tickled by the effect and while it engenders a new appreciation for the film elements it quotes and genuflects to it doesn't have the heft of a simply story well told. No Country is refreshing in its directness and while each moment seems an inexorable result of the moment preceding it, you're never sure where it will go next. Any movie that reconciles chaos and inevitablity gets my vote.
Two of My Favorites...But I'm gonna have to go with Pulp Fiction for the WIN!
While Pulp Fiction is amazing in it's construction, I love how No Country tells its story. You're looking over your shoulder the whole time, and are worn out at the end.
Well, at least I know what's in the case now...
I love Tarantino, but I always thought Pulp Fiction was overrated. No Country For The Win :)
Both are phenomenal imo (in my top 50), but Pulp Fiction is just more so.
No Country for Old Men is one of the only movies I've ever seen that I consider perfect, or at least as close to perfect as it's possible to get. It's so tightly wound it feels like it could snap at any moment. The use of sound is impeccable, the timing of every shot, the slyly funny but sparse dialog... I could go on and on. Pulp Fiction is a great movie but I feel it's more influential than purely transcendent in its own right. It would fall in the lower portion of my top 100, if it made the cut. No Country is top 10 material.
My god, I just had a tough decision with PULP vs. EMPIRE but now this?! Well this one is severely easier and that is No Country.
Pulp Fiction here. I worry about getting hit with the cattle gun for this decision though...
No Country For Old Men.
Pulp Fiction for me.
on Mar 8
The two "closest to perfection" movies I've ever seen. Son of a bitch...
on Mar 9
I just watched NCFOM for the second time and i loved it this time around. That being said Pulp Fiction still wins.
on Apr 28
No country for old men was very good but pulp fiction is just fantastic. Pulp fiction by a mile.