Pulp Fiction R2 specs - better than R1! Inc DTS Track

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  1. Stephen Ford

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    • Beuna Vista are delivering a very special looking Special Edition of Pulp Fiction on September 30th. The 2-disc release will include loads of extras seemingly not on the current Canadian edition or the forthcoming R1 2-disc Special Edition and an exclusive DTS soundtrack! Check this lot out:

    5 deleted Scenes with Quentin Tarantino intros
    Theatrical trailers from the USA, UK, France, Germany and Japan
    13 TV Spots
    Production design featurette
    Pulp Fiction Still Gallery:
    - Pulp Fiction posters
    - Behind-the-scenes
    - Special photo shoots
    - Production stills
    - Academy Award campaign and trade ads
    - Location scouting and set construction
    - Production design and logos
    - Props and memorabilia
    Siskel & Ebert - "At The Movies"
    "The Tarantino Generation"
    Independent Spirit Awards - Michael Moore interviews Quentin, Lawrence and Sam
    Cannes Film Festival - Palme d'Or Award Ceremony, acceptance speech
    Charlie Rose Show (55:22)
    "Tarantino Fiction" - Original Documentary (30:28)
    Behind The Scenes Montages (10:46)
    - Jack Rabbit Slim's
    - Butch Hits Marsellus
    DVD-ROM features to include:
    - Enhanced Playback Track
    - Synchronized Trivia Game
    - Screenplay Viewer
    - Open Mic Commentary
    Picture - anamorphic 2.35:1
    Sound - Dolby Digital/DTS 5.1
     
  2. Richard Smith

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    Apart from the DTS track the specs look identical to those listed at DVDFile for the R1 version.

    Richard
     
  3. Julian Lalor

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    DVD File also stated (at one point) that the R1 version has a DTS track. Not that this film needs one. Both the DTS track and DD track on the laserdiscs were average. Tranantino is the Woody Allen of the 1990s.
     
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    Half bitrate DTS is a waste of video bitrate. I used to be the biggest DTS fan. At this point I'd rather see separate DTS-only releases (full bitrate DTS, 192k DD2.0, and no other soundtracks), kind of like the old DTS laserdiscs.
    I don't agree that the difference between DTS and DD laserdiscs was minimal. I do agree that half bitrate DTS is certainly no better than 448k DD.
     
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