Pulp Fiction: Collector`s Edition (2 Disc Set) (US)
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Running Time: 154 mins
Retail Price: $29.99
Content Type: Movie
In a flurry of cool music, stylish editing and quick-fire one-liners, Pulp Fiction shook the filmmaking world when it burst onto our screens in 1994. Pop culture has never been the same again. Still fresh, still vibrant - Pulp Fiction`s long anticipated arrival on an astounding two disc collector`s DVD assures the film`s place in the pantheon of all-time greatest movies. This is the ultimate Pulp Fiction experience. Re-authored on DVD and packed with unmissable extras, Tarantino`s controversial and critically acclaimed gem is a must-own for every film-lover and DVD enthusiast.
Tarantino throws us into a world of colourful characters in the seedy underbelly of modern day Los Angeles. In an exhilarating whirlwind tour we are introduced to three interconnected stories told in a fast-paced collage of music, drama, violence and comedy. The film opens with two small-time thieves, Honey Bunny and Pumpkin - a pair of lovers who hold up a diner. Next is the story of dry-witted duo Vincent Vega (John Travolta - Swordfish, Face/Off) and Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson - Unbreakable, Jackie Brown), two hit men on duty for the "big boss" Marsellus Wallace (Ving Rhames - Mission Impossible, Bringing Out The Dead). Marsellus` sexy wife Mia (Uma Thurman - Batman and Robin, Gattaca) takes a dangerous liking to Vincent, she insists he take her out and shows her a good time. The third segment of the interlocking stories focuses on a down-and-out boxer Butch Coolidge - (Bruce Willis - Unbreakable, Armageddon) who finds himself on the run from the powerful grasp of Wallace. This section is the darkest of the three but characteristically Tarantino still manages to bring humour to a gruesome tale. It is not until the final dramatic show-down that we realise how all the stories relate to one another.
`Pulp Fiction: The Facts` documentary
Quentin Tarantino interview with Michael Moore
Quentin Tarantino interview from `The Charlie Rose Show`
`The Tarantino Fiction` documentary
5 deleted scenes with introduction from director Quentin Tarantino
Production design featurette
Quentin Tarantino`s Palm d`Or acceptance speech from the 1994 Cannes Film Festival
Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1
Dolby Digital 5.1 English
Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0 French
DTS 5.1 English
Samuel L. Jackson
Maria de Medeiros
Gary M. Zuckerbrod
Richard N. Gladstein