Written December 18, 2014
The movie was incredible, as always. Loved seeing it on the big screen again. But the company that promotes the event made us wait for ONE HOUR before seeing the movie in order to promote their own company. Shameful, selfish and stupid. We almost walked out before the movie even started! Keep it reasonable, you turned everyone OFF.
Written January 26, 2015
It was so great to see Pulp Fiction on the Big Screen again. Seriously one of the best movies EVER so why not? Then the added insite into the history of the filiming and into Tarentino's private files was thrilling. And Travolta and Uma - no matter how many times I see it, their one evening date is the best played/acted/written scene in history. Well worth three hours of my time during the busy holiday season. Woke up this morning still thrill that I went.
Written December 21, 2014
Most fun I had in the theaters since Grindhouse!
Written November 26, 2014
Pulp Fiction came out when I was only 4 years old. I never thought I'd get a chance to see it in theaters. Now that I'm 21, I finally got the real experience and it was everything I could've hoped for. Except, I was secretly wishing Quentin would show up in the theater. (: This movie remains in my top favorite movies list of all time. Quentin you already know you're a genius and I love you.
Written December 08, 2012
The movie is an all time favorite and I was thrilled to find out it would be showing in theaters as I never had the chance to see it in a cinema. I'd love to see more classics/favorites like this showing in cinemas as special events in the future. My only complaint was that there were literally an hour of previews, advertisements, and special features types of things leading up to the movie. Show time was 6:30pm and the movie didn't start until 7:30.
Many of the extra things shown were indeed entertaining, but it was obvious across the whole audience that we all just wanted to see the movie and that having it delayed an hour for advertising and DVD special features types of things was just something we wished we'd known about in advance. I would have been much happier had they said before the movie that we could stay for all of these sorts of things, but to feel like I had to attend, thinking the movie would start at the scheduled time, left a bad taste in my mouth.