Pulp Fiction has been named the best film of the past 25 years in a new magazine poll.
The Quentin Tarantino cult film has beaten the Lord of The Rings trilogy and Titanic to land at the top of Entertainment Weekly’s New Classics list. According to the publication, the 1994 film “opened a new universe of mainstream storytelling”.
Other movies that made it to the list are Toy Story, Saving Private Ryan, Blue Velvet and Hannah + Her Sisters. While The Silence of The Lambs was named the best movie poster, The A-Team nabbed the best TV theme song.
The Simpsons beat The Sopranos and Seinfeld to land the best TV show on the small screen New Classics list. J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter + The Goblet of Fire came in second on the New Classics books list, behind Cormac MCCarthy’s The Road.