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This is my favourite movie of all time. It has everything a movie should and more. Fantastic acting, directing, screenplay and greatly developed characters. I am an massive fan of Quentin Tarantino and he certainly delivers here. The movie contains some of the most memorable moments in movie history including the Ezekiel 25:17 speech given by Jules Winnfield played by the amazing Samuel L. Jackson and the well known Royale with Cheese quote. The cast of this movie is utterly fantastic and they work together like no other cast I have ever seen. You haven't lived if you haven't seen Pulp Fiction and I suggest you definetly do if you haven't already. This movie is in my opinion the greatest movie in history it would be lost without it.
*Number 1 in my Top 100 list*
Being that this is my second favourite movie of all time, of course I absolutely loved everything about it. There was just something that got me hooked the first time I saw it and ever since each viewing has just made it better and better, and you definitely don't feel as confused with it.
Jake Gyllenhall plays someone who is a lot younger than he actually was in real life when he filmed it. But he pulls it off well and you don't for a second know that he isn't that age. And I must say he gives an utterly fantastic performance. He really does put across anger, innocence, confusion and ultimitely acceptance in his performance; things that I all felt at some point or other during the movie.
Who'd have thought that a film about a six-foot tall bunny rabbit mysteriously causing someone to avoid his death then tell him that the world is going to end in a month would work; but it does. I have went over and over what the message or conclusion to the film is and I still cn't completely get it. But after watching it multiple times I have started to understand it a lot more.
So Donnie Darko is my favourite film of all time (after Pulp Fiction of course). Richard Kelley does a fantastic job with his first ever film and I only wish him the best of luck with whatever he has lined up. Well done.