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87






Studio and Year: Miramax - 1994
MPAA Rating: R
Feature running time: 154 minutes
Genre: Crime/Drama

Disc Format: BD-50
Encoding: AVC (MPEG-4)
Video Aspect: 2.35:1
Resolution: 1080p/24


Audio Format(s): English DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio
Subtitles: English, English SDH, Spanish
Starring: John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Ving Rhames, Bruce Willis, Uma Thurman, Tim Roth, Amanda Plummer, Christopher Walken, Harvey Keitel, Eric Stoltz, Rosanna Arquette
Written & Directed by: Quentin Tarantino
Region Code: A

Blu-ray Disc release Date: October 4, 2011







"You won't know the facts until you have seen the fiction"



Film Synopsis:

A spectacular mix of explosive action and wickedly funny humor- critics and audiences worldwide have hailed PULP FICTION as the star studded movie event of 1994! Popular writer/director Quentin Tarantino delivers an unforgettable cast of characters- including a pair of low-rent hit men, their boss's sexy wife and a desperate, last-chance prizefighter- in a wildly entertaining big-screen adventure that will both thrill and amuse! It's fresh and exhilarating motion picture experience that's unlike anything else you have ever seen!





My Take:

A pair of low-rent hit men, Vincent Vega (John Travolta) and Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson), are sent out to collect a stolen briefcase for their mob boss employer, Marsellus Wallace (Ving Rhames). Having proven himself worthy, Wallace then entrusts Vincent to entertain his wife, Mia (Uma Thurman), while he is out of town. Meanwhile, Wallace has paid off aging boxer Butch Coolidge (Bruce Willis) to throw his next fight. The lives of these wildly entertaining characters intertwine with unexpected and violent consequences.

Pulp Fiction was unlike any other film I had seen at the time. My first reaction to it wasn't an especially positive one. It wasn't that I disliked it but I didn't care for Reservoir dogs and wasn't sure what to make of the overtly dark, crass humor, nonlinear storyline, mishmash of elements and period references in this film. Then I watched it again. The second time around I came to fully appreciated Pulp Fiction for the intriguing film noir that it is. The wonderfully crafted narrative revolves around three intersecting storylines that feature Los Angeles based mobsters, small-time crooks, a crooked boxer and a mysterious briefcase. The primary characters are mob hitmen/partners Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield, their boss Marsellus Wallace, aging prizefighter Butch Coolidge, and Marsellus' wife Mia Wallace. Although each storyline focuses on a different series of incidents they connect/intersect in a nonlinear timeline. The film begins and ends with the same scene while essentially everything in between details the events that brought it to that point (although the shift in focus changes from the two characters that open the film to the two that close it). There are seven narrative sequences, each of which are preceded by a brief pause and identifying title against a black screen. The plot is simple, what happens when: a crooked boxer fails to take a dive, an entrusted escort fails to properly look after his mob boss's wife, and two henchmen fail to reacquire a stolen briefcase and properly dispose of those responsible.

I love Pulp Fiction for its rich, eclectic dialogue, ironic use of humor, and wonderfully infused pop culture references. The characters are built upon typical criminal archetypes but are grounded by an enriching level of humanity as seen through the various conversations/monologues and pitch perfect interaction. This is where the film's best and funniest moments reside. Here are my favorites in no particular order: Jules and Vincent (take your pick), Vincent and Mia at Jack Rabbit Slim's, Marsellus and Butch (are you okay?) Marsellus and Zed (payback), Marsellus schooling Butch on the facts of life, Jules and Brett, Jules and Ringo, Honeybunny and Pumpkin, Vincent and The Wolf (say please), Vincent/Lance and the needle, and Colonel Koons and young Butch. My least favorite moments: Maynard, Zed and Marsellus, Jimmy (entirely), Fabienne (entirely), and Vincent/Butch and the toaster. Pulp Fiction is among my favorite films and is in my opinion writer/director Quentin Tarantino's best work. The ensemble cast, with the exception of Tarantino himself in the role of Jimmy, does an outstanding job. I particularly enjoy watching John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson who have superb chemistry which makes the film in my opinion. Honorable mention goes out to Christopher Walken, Amana Plummer, and Uma Thurman who take full advantage of their small but integral roles.

Pulp fiction was honored with an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay (1994) and earned seven total nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director for Quentin Tarantino. Easily one of the most anticipated catalog titles to date Pulp Fiction comes to Blu-ray featuring re-mastered (directly overseen by Quentin Tarantino) 1080p high definition video and new bonus materials that offers insights from the cast, delves into the film's iconic status and contains previously released archival content that includes numerous behind-the-scenes featurettes, interviews and marketing galleries. I am thrilled that it is now a part of my Blu-ray library. Read on to see my thoughts on its technical aspects.



Parental Guide:

The rating is for strong graphic violence, drug use, pervasive language, and some sexuality.






AUDIO/VIDEO - By The Numbers:
REFERENCE = 92-100 / EXCELLENT = 83-91 / GOOD = 74-82 / AVERAGE = 65-73 / BELOW AVERAGE = under 65

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Audio: 86



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Video: 88


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Pulp Fiction comes to Blu-ray from Lionsgate featuring 1080p AVC encoded video that has an average bitrate of 22 Mbps and lossless DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound that has an average bitrate of 4 Mbps.

This is an excellent video presentation that offers a measurable improvement over the standard definition DVD. It boasts refining detail and crisp definition that reveals plenty of fine minutia, and textural nuance especially during close-ups. Depth and dimension is appreciable during mid level pans as well. Colors are vivid, with deep, beautifully rendered primaries (especially reds) that are eye catching without appearing unnatural. Fleshtones follow suit and appear lilfelike and delineated. Blacks and contrast are strong and dynamic in appearance which provides pop when onscreen with mixed content. Shadow detail is good but not definitively resolvable which leaves some darker scenes feeling less dimensional. I noticed during some of the brightly lit scenes that the video has an edgy (artificial) sharpness. I didn't see any distracting signs of ringing or halos around objects but it's worth noting. The video has a wonderfully enriching and film like quality that never shown through in standard definition. This isn't a technically perfect presentation however overall quality is quite high which leaves this director approved 1080p rendering of Pulp Fiction looking simply marvelous.

The Lossless DTS-HD MA surround mix accents the video presentation and sounds terrific. This is a well balanced sound design that features crisp, refining dialogue and excellent integration of the soundtrack's recorded elements. The surround mix makes regular use of the entire soundstage to drive the story by generating atmospheric enhancement that comes in both subtle and discrete form. Directional effects moving around the soundstage are right on the money as they travel from one speaker to the next. Detail and clarity are first rate as the mix of dialogue, sounds/effects and music is smooth, articulated, and naturally balanced.



Bonus Features:


  • (HD) Not the Usual Mindless Boring Getting to Know You Chit Chat Cast Interviews - (NEW) 43 minutes

  • (HD) Here Are Some Facts on the Fiction Critic's Retrospective roundtable- (NEW) 20 minutes

  • Pulp Fiction: The Facts documentary - 30 minutes

  • 5 Deleted Scenes with introduction by Quentin Tarantino

  • 2 Behind-the-Scenes Montages - Jack Rabbit Slims/Butch hits Marsellus

  • Production Design featurette - 6 minutes

  • Siskel and Ebert At the Movies - The Tarantino Generation - 16 minutes

  • Independent Spirit Awards - interviews - 11 minutes

  • Cannes Film Festival - Palme d'Or Acceptance Speech - 5 minutes

  • Charlie Rose Show - Interview with Quentin Tarantino - 55 minutes

  • Theatrical Trailers and TV Spots - 13 TV Spots, posters, international & U.S. trailers

  • Enhanced Trivia Track

  • Stills Gallery - 6 segments

  • (HD) Soundtrack Chapters - 10 selections



Final Thoughts:

Pulp Fiction is most decidedly a classic film but depending on who you talk to the reaction to it isn't in line with what we envision when we think of a true classic. Be that as it may there is no doubt that writer/director Quentin Tarantino got it right. Among my favorite films, I love it for its rich, eclectic dialogue, ironic use of humor, and wonderfully infused pop culture/references that combine with its edgy neo-noir to make for one of the most entertaining films of the nineties. It makes its long awaited debut on Blu-ray in a solid package that features rewarding high definition video, excellent lossless surround sound and a wonderful assortment of bonus supplements that contain a host of previously released content as well as several new ones. A must have for fans this offering from Lionsgate Home Entertainment is easily worth the price of admission and comes highly recommended.









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Was hoping you get to review this before release.
A bit disappointed in video rating.
Might wait for price drop.
One of my favorite movies also.

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Was hoping you get to review this before release.
A bit dissapointed in video rating.
Might wait for price drop.
One of my favorite movies also.

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Don't be, it looks great.

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I thought it was $20.
Just checked, it's $16 at walmart.
For that I'll pick it up tomorrow.

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So glad to hear they did a good job! This is one of my favorite films and my wife's #1 favorite. It was the first DVD I bought! I saw it the theater but never in HD. I pre-ordered it on Amazon the day it was available along with Jackie Brown. Can't wait till they arrive!

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This was an awesome movie!

First time i saw this i didn't think too much of it and came in with low expectations. And after it really paid off.

One of my favorite scenes

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Definitely getting this one but not at $16 bucks.
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I never really understood the love for this mess of a film
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Sacrilege. It's brilliant.
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+1, Jackie Brown has a far more fluent story line and more likeable characters. This one seems a bit of a jumble of different stories. Never did quite click for me.
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Thanks Ralph I have been waiting for this on BR. Must own for me.
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As I alluded to in my review. It just doesn't work some people..


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was this comparable in your opinion to the import version in at the very least PQ?

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The dialog alone makes this a classic. This is my all time favorite film.

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Watched Jackie Brown today. It looks and sounds great. Loads of detail, film grain, etc.
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I've never left a movie feeling as physically exhausted as I did after seeing Pulp Fiction in the theatre. It is an absolute gut punch of a film, and it's wonderful for it. Glad to see this get a good review, the scuttlebutt was worrisome but now I feel confident in the purchase...

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You guys don't know how to shop, Jackie Brown and Pulp Fiction BR... $9.99 each at Moviestop + I get 10% off for being a member.
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October 4, 2011? How does this version differ from the Blu-Ray version that's been out for quite a while (2009)? Thanks in advance.

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I haven't seen the import. Sorry.

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October 4, 2011? How does this version differ from the Blu-Ray version that's been out for quite a while (2009)? Thanks in advance.

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Watched this today. PQ is not as good as Jackie Brown, but it's not terrible. I didn't see any issues with contrast or black levels that others have complained of. In fact, the contrast was one of it's strong points.
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I was under the impression that this was out here in the US, I must have thing...

So I take it that Jacky Brown has been release as well? It's a must have as well as someone stole my dvd from the nice package JB version and left me with bonus disk

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I agree completely. I can not understand why I love it either.

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One of the few films that, when it was over, I put it ("it" being a VHS tape at the time) right back in and watched it again!

Hey Ralph, I wonder what other film might make for a nice Tarantino double feature....hmmmmmm....how about...maybe....TRUE ROMANCE?!?
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I have four posters in my home theater, The Godfather, Star Wars, Jaws and Pulp Fiction. That movie and Jurassic Park are the only movies in the last 20 years that I immediately returned to the theater to see again.

Definetly on the Mt. Rushmore of movies.
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Ralph, thanks for the review.

So, no Disney DNR? If so, I'm buying this one!
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So, no Disney DNR? If so, I'm buying this one!

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SOLD!!

Oh yeah I pre ordered it on Amazon for $13.99...lol
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