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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Bernhard, Aug 6, 2002.
Looks great, can't wait!
And for those who are lazy like me, here's the direct link:
I need $40 quickly so I can pre-order both this and Jackie Brown.
Anybody want to buy some DVDs off me?
Great film, great DVD...
talk about one of the biggest "no-brainers" since the inception of DVD.
We will be posting our official review on Wednesday.
I was hoping it would have a DTS track. Way cool!
Interesting to see that they say the DTS track has a better, wider, more natural soundfield compared to the DD track.
Picture quality and extras are rated very highly.
Good God, I can't believe that I am finally going to be able to buy one of my all time favorite movies in anamporphic widescreen, DTS, and extras galore!
Looks like a bad mother****** DVD, as Jules would say
Great to see a DTS track; however, I still can't figure out why this was kept a secret for so long.
Sounds like the movie finally gets justice.
Also, is this an extended cut? I wasn't sure from reading the review.
I will second what Tom mentioned above, but with a twist:
Can you hand me my DVD? It's the one that says bad mother f*cker on it.
I have what I'm guessing is the Canadian version of the DVD that I bought over a year ago and I was wondering if it's worth me upgrading to this new one? I mean, other than the DTS and Anamorphic transfer is there anything else that I'm missing? I think I already have the extended/deleted scenes.
I'm glad the DVD has the DTS track.The DTS laserdisc was always the best way to hear the movie in the past...
Dave: I believe it's the 154 minute theatrical cut. As far as I know, there is no director's cut of the film, although dvdempire lists the rating as 'Not Rated.'
Does anyone have a back cover scan or know where I can find one?
Very nice indeed. The waiting and holding out on the initial release seems to be well worth it.
Can someone compare this to the Korean version some of us bought back in the Spring? I'd like to see how they stack up...
Is the Canadian version of Pulp Fiction going to be different from the US DVD? Is Alliance producing Pulp Fiction for the Canadian market (like they did with the earlier release)?
I ask this because I may purchase Pulp Fiction from a Canadian online retailer, and would like to know if there are any differences before I order.
The package has an "R" rating for the film. I haven't had time to watch the movie, but I expect it is the same version we've always seen.
I agree. I'm sure if the film has been modified in any way then that fact would have been mentioned in the DIGITALBITS.COM review.