Pulp Fiction is one of Tarantino's best original works, if not the most quoted.It's dark, sexy and disgusting all at the same time, and spawned a mystery that's plagued Tarantino fans for decades. There's nothing quite like a classic Wes Anderson film, and the auteur certainly delivered with this adorable account of puppy love.Fun fact: the canine stars of the film are actually real-life dog show champions!Before Christian Slater was running an insurgent hacker group, he was helping his girlfriend (Winona Ryder) accidentally murder her bitchy frenemy Heather. With a TV reboot on the way, you'll definitely want to sink your teeth into this hilariously inappropriate revenge tale with a twist.The most iconic boss on television has taken a brief stint of leave from his office buffoonery to make a name for himself in the music business.If you loved Ricky Gervais as David Brent in The Office then you'll definitely enjoy his cringeworthy antics on tour with his band: Foregone Conclusion.
She finds herself working part-time at a local sex shop to fund her poor artist lifestyle; when she's not being reprimanded by her manager Alex (American Horror Story's Evan Peters), she's stalking her idol, accomplished poet Rat Billings (John Cusack).
Amy is ten times the insufferable brat than Girls' Hannah Horvath, and just as awkward— in the best way possible.
Who would have thought such a violent film could be so freaking funny?
This mockumentary follows a handful of dog owners all intent on winning Best in Show at the 125th Annual Mayflower Kennel Club Dog Show.
It's the perfect combination of satire and improv, and is guaranteed to entertain even if you're more of a cat person.
Before you check that out, make sure to watch the original movie that inspired it all and see just how relevant its issues are three years later. These crazy characters all have one thing in common: their love of dogs.