My film knowledge is severely lacking, almost anyone who knows me can tell you that. I'm a big fan of rewatching the same silly films multiple times rather than opening myself to new experiences or trying some of the classics. I think it's because the majority of the time I spend watching films is as a form of background noise or when I've had a long day and want to watch something familiar and easy. I'm also a big avoider of hype and if someone is too enthusiastic about a film, I'm liable to give it a miss. This has never been much of a problem, but it does mean that I miss out on some cinematic gems. Recently, though, my horizons have started widening and the first film that really changed my perspective was Pulp Fiction. As soon as I started raving about it to people, the response was largely, "You've seriously only just seen Pulp Fiction?!" Obviously it's a classic, everybody knows that. And rightly so. It's brilliant. If you've not seen it, get on it.