Pulp Fiction (Blu-ray)

Just because you are a character doesn't mean you have character.
Pulp Fiction (Blu-ray)
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Blu-ray Disc Features:

  • Rated: R
  • Run Time: 2 hours, 34 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1994
  • Label: Miramax Lionsgate
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Note: Interviews with Cast
    • Critics' Retrospective on the Movie's Place in Film History
    • Behind-the-Scenes Footage
    • "Pulp Fiction: The Facts" Featurette
    • Production Design Featurette
    • Siskel & Ebert "At The Movies" - "The Tarantino Generation"
    • Independent Spirit Awards Footage
    • Cannes Film Festival Footage
    • "The Charlie Rose Show" Tarantino Interview
    • Still Galleries
    • Trivia Track
    • Deleted Scenes
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 2.35
  • Audio:
    • DTS HD Master Audio - English
    • Subtitles - English, Spanish

Performers, Cast and Crew:

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Directed by
Edited by
Screenwriting by
Story by &
Produced by
Director of Photography:
Executive Production by &

Memorable Quotes and Dialog:

"Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration'"
  - Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) to a young, would-be victim (Frank Whaley) after firing a pistol near him

Major Awards:

Academy Awards 1994 - Best Original Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino & Roger Avary
Cannes 1994 - Palme d'Or

Entertainment Reviews:

Rolling Stone - 10/06/1994
"...PULP FICTION is ferocious fun....154 deliciously lurid minutes..."
Entertainment Weekly - 04/01/2000
Ranked #4 in Entertainment Weekly's "10 Favorite Films of the '90s" - "...Mod and merry....[An] achievement..."
Sight and Sound - 11/01/1994
"...A remarkable achievement...Stylishly shot in neo-cartoon style, with massive, distorting close-ups offset by attractively angled shots..."
New York Times - 09/23/1994
"...[Tarantino] has come up with a work of such depth, wit and blazing originality that it places him in the front ranks of American film makers..."
Variety - 05/23/1994
"A spectacularly entertaining piece of pop culture....[The] performances are sensational..."
Film Comment - 07/01/1994
"...In stunning fashion, Tarantino fulfills the promise of RESERVOIR DOGS. The film looks great and moves at a gallop..."
Los Angeles Times - 10/14/1994
"...Jackson gives a strong performance..."
Chicago Sun-Times - 10/14/1994
"...If the situations are inventive and original, so is the dialogue..."
Premiere - 12/01/2003
"Quentin Tarantino's ode to the gangster life hit Hollywood like a bullet to the underbelly....[T]he movie forever altered the aesthetic of cool..."
Wall Street Journal - 08/21/2009
"[A] self-reflexive postmodern black comedy of thugs and lugs, kingpins and common criminals, rampage and redemption."

Plot Synopsis:

Quentin Tarantino's blockbuster follow-up to RESERVOIR DOGS is a breathtaking tribute to old dime store novels about small time hoods and dangerous criminals, and a lot of what they do between jobs. It features deftly woven plotlines, creating a mythic Los Angeles underworld of drug dealers, molls, affable hitmen, restaurant-robbing lovers, and a boxer out to scam the mob on his last professional bout. This is the film that put John Travolta back on the map as a major box-office draw in the '90s and officially established Samuel L. Jackson as a superstar. It also inspired a seemingly endless slew of imitators.

Plot Keywords:

Black Comedy | Boxers | Buddies | Character Study | Crime | Essential Cinema | Los Angeles, California | Organized Crime | Scams And Cons | Substance Abuse | Theatrical Release

Production Notes:

  • PULP FICTION is number 95 on the American Film Institute's list of America's 100 Greatest Movies.
  • PULP FICTION grossed $9.3 million the first weekend it opened. It took $8 million to produce.
  • The film shoot took approximately 500 days.
  • Jack Rabbit Slim's took 75 people, nine weeks and $75,000 to build. The restaurant was based on diners in the movies SPEEDWAY, RED LINE 7000, AMERICAN GRAFFITI, and GREASE.
  • Uma Thurman (Mia Wallace) is the daughter of the first American to be ordained a Buddhist monk. She was named after the Hindu bestower of blessings.

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Product Info:

  • Sales Rank: 103,502
  • UPC: 031398144359
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