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Pulp Fiction: Thursday At The Cinemark

Pulp Fiction

If you are interested in seeing Pulp Fiction on the big screen, the new Cinemark in Napa will be showing it this Thursday at 7pm. One time only.

"In celebration of his legendary 20-year career, NCM Fathom Events, Miramax and IGN are bringing Pulp Fiction back to the big screen for only one day on Thursday, December 6 at 7:00pm (local time). In addition to bringing Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece back to the big screen, the event will feature exclusive interviews and original trailers, handpicked from Tarantino’s personal collection, that have influenced his work."

Winner of the Palme d'Or (best picture) at the 1994 Cannes Film Festival, Pulp Fiction is a high energy thrill with memorable characters, great dialogue and a killer soundtrack.

It also helped revive John Travolta's career and make Samuel L. Jackson a star.

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Scott Yeager December 06, 2012 at 12:59 AM
I saw Pulp Fiction twice the first week it opened. I really liked it and still do. I think the most adult movie he ever made was Jackie Brown, which was made from an Elmore Leonard novel. I think it and Pulp Fiction are his best movies. Unfortunately, and this is just my opinion, Tarantino hasn't shown as much range as Paul Thomas Anderson who is he is friends with. Soon you will get to see his take on a spaghetti western with Django! I don't go to theater hardly at all anymore I have a very big screen and a projector at home and a good surround sound system but I still wanted to pass the info along.
MICHAEL WILSON "Republican Kid" December 06, 2012 at 02:41 AM
Othe than the Blood the car is tip top
Michael Haley December 09, 2012 at 06:30 AM
Scott, I loved Pulp Fiction but I loved his movie about the Jews killing off the Nazi's even more---that was a great flick whose name escapes me at the moment.
Scott Yeager December 09, 2012 at 04:44 PM
Inglourious Basterds is the movie you are thinking of Michael. I saw it once and doubt I will see it again. His gleeful love of the over the top violence wears on me and makes it hard for me to appreciate the great stuff in his movies. What is interesting is his last movie was a revisionist Jewish revenge fantasy of WW2 and now he is doing a second movie in a row like that, except this time it is a revisionist slavery revenge fantasy set in the south just before the civil war. A funny and very violent spaghetti western homage. I suspect his next movie will be a revisionist 1930s gangster film. Here are some tweet reactions from a DGA screening last week. On Christmas day you can see for yourself. http://screencrush.com/django-unchained-first-screening-twitter-reacts/
Louisa Hufstader December 09, 2012 at 09:47 PM
I saw that one at the Cinerama in Seattle. What a catharsis!

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