I like everything about this movie except everything in between when Butch goes back to the motel and when he leaves to go get the watch, and then the pawn shop scene. It's awkward, weird, unnecessary, and worst of all doesn't fit in tone with the rest of the movie. Pulp Fiction is weird and off beat, but it remains cool and funny during that. Those scenes I don't like lack both of those things.
Another issue is the film's worldview, which doesn't ruin the experience that is Pulp Fiction, but it does, however, hold it back from being one of the greater films of all time. I want a story that means something, that can speak truth about life. Pulp Fiction doesn't do that, and that's o.k., but it is the main reason I don't see it as perfect.