Any news on Pulp Fiction: SE?

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  1. Bernhard

    Bernhard Stunt Coordinator

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    Rumors earlied this year stated that this is due this fall. But I haven't heared anything about it since.
    I'm really looking forward to this release as the non-anamorphic transfer on the current release is a pain in the eyes.. [​IMG]
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  2. Dave H

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    This is another title that we've been waiting for a re-release for so long - I heard late this fall, too - but I think we would have known by now if it were coming.
     
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    Resevoir Dogs SE has been delayed till next year so my guess would be the same for Pulp Fiction.
     
  4. Rob Tomlin

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    Unbelievable! And I am still waiting for a Region 1 release of Jackie Brown too!
     
  5. G Miller

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    I can't believe you guys haven't got Jackie Brown yet. Its been out here in Oz for at least 18 months. I thought us Aussies were always the last in line with DVD's. Guess not.
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    It seems Region 1 is so slow to get certain titles and re-releases that are needed (Scarface, etc.).
     
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    I sold my copy of PF in anticipation of the upcoming S.E. - I guess I should have held on to it for a little longer... [​IMG]
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    The people responsible for this bull shit should be shot in the back of the head for stupidy.
     
  9. Bernhard

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    I don't think that the delay of Reservoir Dogs will affect the Pulp Fiction SE, as PF is hold by Miramax/Disney.
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    Tarantino, Miramax, and whoever else has to get going on these Pulp Fiction SE, Reseivor Dogs SE, and last but not least Jackie Brown SE. I mean come on! These are films that deserve great presentations with tons of extras. At this point I'd actually except a Jackie Brown with Anamorphic OAR and 5.1 bare-bones release. [​IMG]
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    Yeah, Reservoir Dogs SE has been put back to July 2002.
    Wouldn't mind getting nice anamorphic SEs of Jackie Brown and Pulp Fiction but I guess my Canadian SE of Pulp Fiction (non-anamorphic) and excellent Japanese R2 version (anamorphic NTSC but very few extras) of Jackie Brown will keep me going until they finally appear.
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    I am surprised to see so many people who want Jackie Brown!
    I mean Pulp and Dogs are the closest thing to perfect you
    can get, but Jackie Brown? That was HORRIBLE!! It COULD have
    been a great film though.
     
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    I thought Jackie Brown was great for any number of reasons, perhaps the best of which was Robert Deniro. I read reviews where critics complain that he was wasted (no pun intended) in too inconsequential of a part. I thought his performance as the befuddled semi-verbal ex-con was just brilliant, and the scenes between him and Bridget Fonda were priceless. Anyway I suppose my "that movie was great" post is just as off topic and unnecessary as the preceding "That was horrible" post, so I will stop here.
    The Jackie Brown laserdisc was probably the best A/V transfer of a Tarantino film on laser or R1 DVD yet. Of course, that could just mean that it is slightly above average, but it is actually pretty good. I would love a feature packed SE DVD to replace it, though.
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