Written December 07, 2012
I am so glad I lost my Pulp Fiction virginity in a theater with other people to enjoy this with! Very intentionally and unintentionally funny, very violent, but most importantly, perfectly paced and not too hard to connect the scenes with each other! Plus, Jules is my new favorite character!
Written July 30, 2015
I'd never seen this movie before, just the clip of the dance scene.
It blew me away! It was really intense. there were all great actors that worked really well together. the story line was really bizarre, there was also lots of violence, so beware! and before the actual feature we saw interviews with the actors,producers,writers,etc, as well as trailers from other movies in the same genre. It was a nicely delivered package, and we were really overwhelmed.
We couldn't stop talking about it for days.
Hope everyone who feels this is their type of movie see it.
Written July 31, 2015
Pulp Fiction is my favorite movie. i was too young to see it when it first came out. So to see it on the big screen for the first time was a real treat.
Written April 28, 2015
Awesome movie! I went to see the 20th anniversary screening yesterday and it was awesome! This movie has stepped up into the realm of cult classic. Very interesting story, well developed characters, & one bad ***mother ******! Definitely worth going to the movie theater to see! =)
Written December 26, 2014
Tarantino's films are always fusions for sight and soundtrack, but the two tarantinoXX presentations this month have been hampered by soundtracks that lack the punch they did in the original theatrical presentations. In PF, the twist contest Chuck Berry's "You Never Can Tell" was muted to the point of irrelevancy and one of the most powerful sequences in the movie became one of the most insignificant. There were also places where the soundtrack faded in and out while the dialog remained at a consistent level. I don't know exactly where the problem lay, but it turned one of the great films of the 90's into a mediocre one.