Ultimate Pulp

By MustSee88
Written April 26, 2015
I have seen this movie millions of times and the big screen brought a whole new dynamic. I noticed and realized things I had never seen or thought of before in the comfort of my own home! I loved Quentin's personal touch of picking out the "previews" before the movie started. It was also interesting to hear the audience's reactions, especially from those Pulp virgins in the theatre. If this ever happens for another Tarantino flick, I WILL BE THERE!
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like a five dollar milkshake

By evman
Written May 03, 2016
I love going to see older movies on the big screen. The price was a little high. I'm not sure it was completely worth as much as I paid, but I really enjoyed the big screen experience. Tickets for movies that came out over 10 years ago shouldn't be over 10 bucks. That being said, this is easily in my top 10 favorite movies of all time and I recommend it highly.
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Pulp Fiction

By PaulaMV
Written February 11, 2016
What an amazing trip down memory lane, watching Pulp Fiction at the theater. My all time favorite movie, now passed on to the next generation...brought my 14-year old son. SLJ's character, Jules, is among the very best in movie history. I could listen to Jules pontificate all day.
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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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Pulp Fiction - Tarantino XX Showing

By jshipp915
Written May 31, 2016
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.
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