This is a very difficult movie to summarize, mainly because there are three different stories taking place that are interwoven, but I will give it a shot.
Honey Bun and Pumpkin are two thieves who are looking to make a quick buck by robbing a diner. They just happen to try and rob the diner where Vincent and Jules, two hit men for local mob boss Marsellus Wallace, are eating. They have been sent to retrieve a briefcase for their boss and encounter all sorts of obstacles along the way. Including almost killing Marsellus's wife with heroine, and trying to hunt down Butch Coolidage, a boxer who was suppose to throw his last match but instead ended up killing his opponent in the ring. Butch and his girlfriend Fabienne are on the run trying to get out of the state with their winnings from the match before being caught.
Again, I loved this movie. I loved the way the characters were all different and had different story lines, but were able to come together. When you have the kind of movie like this, people often think that it will be hard to follow or will get confusing bouncing between story lines. I actually found the movie very easy to follow and that in the end, Quentin Tarantino was able to tie all of the loose ends from every character up so that you weren't left wondering what happened to a certain character.
What I also liked about the movie was that the dialogue seemed so natural and "life like". When traveling in their car from one "job" to another, Vincent and Jules talk about normal things, like the weather, celebrity gossip, and traveling. Instead of needing filler dialogue to try and further the plot, Tarantino made the characters relatable. I also liked that the blood and gore was not over excessive. Not only because I really don't enjoy it (and it makes me sick) but mostly because I feel that now a days, writers (mostly in horror movies) rely on gore to make their movies suspenseful and scary, instead of playing with the viewers imagination through a well written story-line and creative cinematography. All of the violence and gore throughout the movie was well timed with the comedic lines and there wasn't any part that I felt had been overdone.
This is definitely one of my favorite movies on this list thus far!