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Pulp Fiction

By cniemann2009
Written December 07, 2012
This is by far the best movie ever!! I have seen it probably 25 times. Each time I have watched it I notice something new about the movie. Seeing it on the BIG SCREEN was so Fabulous-it was better than I ever imagined. I can't wait to see it at a theatre agin.Woop Woop. To me it was a long time coming and a chance of a lifetime to see it on the big screen. Thank You Tarantino for the wonderful movie and everything and everyone!!! Man I loved it!!!!! It was so cool to see it in a jam packed theatre with so many people that also loved the movie and from the sounds of it, many of them had also seen it dozens of times. At the end everyone cheered and clapped and it was just so great to be part of it all!!! xoxooxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxx to the cast and crew!!!!
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Awesome 20th Anniversary Screening!

By Shamiam
Written December 07, 2012
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! =)
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Still the greatest movie ever. EVER.

By phuey2003
Written December 07, 2012
Title says it all. The movie looked amazing on the big screen. It totally brought out all the details that you miss on the tv (doesn't matter how big your tv is).
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Great to see it on the big screen again.

By ShaggyPE
Written December 09, 2012
Enjoyed commentary prior to movie as well as Tarantino's selected trailers. Movie is my all time fav. Enjoyed seeing it with an audience... some of whom may have been seeing it for the first time.
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Great film hampered by bad audio

By GreatCthulhu
Written December 07, 2012
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.
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