Pulp Fiction 4K UHD Steelbook [Blu-ray]  [Region A & B & C]
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Pulp Fiction is out now on 4K Ultra HD™ + Blu-ray™, and 4K Ultra HD™ + Blu-ray™ Limited-Edition Collector’s SteelBook®
Pulp Fiction Limited Edition Steelbook [4K UHD + Blu-ray] Pulp Fiction Limited Edition Steelbook [4K UHD + Blu-ray]
If what’s wanted for Ultra HD is a ’90s hit, this is a likely candidate fer sher . . . Quentin Tarantino’s epic-length crime ‘meditation’ won over most of its audience. Its extreme scenes make sense, and the tone is sharp and funny. There’s no denying that QT was in full command of his filmmaking, putting exactly what he wanted on the screen. It’s no exaggeration to say that Pulp Fiction 4K made a big splash. ‘Cool’ filmmaking was once again a possibility. The hushed praise that had been reserved for Martin Scorsese —‘what’s he doing now?’‘Who’s in it?’ turned to speculation about Quentin’s filmic intentions. I was working all night at a video dub house early in 1994, when a flat film-chain transfer of Pulp Fiction was being duplicated. The shop practically shut down, as 20 people gathered around a single 19″ monitor to get a glimpse at the highly-anticipated picture. exteriors like. The film is not abundantly brilliant and superfluously colorful, but tones throughout -- whether clothes, natural greens, the colors
within the diner, even the warmly bathed low light shots in the bar where Marsellus meets with Butch -- look very prominent, healthy, and appealing. Pulp Fiction arrives on 4K Ultra HD for the first time and, apparently, approved by Tarantino, though I often wonder if it’s a matter of watching one shot and calling it good. Whatever the case, this 2160p high-definition transfer does look great and a decent upgrade over the previous Blu-ray release. Detail is well defined and colors appear well balanced. Watching I didn’t notice any significant or obvious signs of artifacts, aliasing or other flaws.
Pulp Fiction Limited Edition 4K Ultra HD Steelbook
To be kind, John Travolta had never been a favorite actor, and the early ’90s were not good for him — his previous films were an installment of the Look Who’s Talking series, and a cameo in Boris and Natasha . Like a cat with multiple lives, Travolta reignited his career for the third time.I love Pulp Fiction for its rich, eclectic dialogue, ironic use of humor, and wonderfully infused pop culture references. The characters are built upon typical criminal archetypes but, are grounded by an enriching level of humanity as seen through the various conversations/monologues and pitch perfect interaction. This is where the film’s best and funniest moments reside.
Pulp Fiction [SteelBook] [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD
Writer-director Quentin Tarantino delivers an unforgettable cast of characters— including a pair of low-rent hit men (John Travolta and Samuel L. Hands down, this is the best Pulp fiction has looked on home video. Kudos to Paramount Home Entertainment. Hopefully we can expect more of this type of support of the Ultra HD releases from their extensive catalog. Ving Rhames’ Marcellus is the common thread between the stories, a gangster so fearful nobody dares offend him. Jules and Vincent never forget that fact, which makes Vincent’s screwy ‘date assignment’ for their boss all the funnier. Marcellus’ wife Mia wants a fun night out, and Vincent is delegated to entertain her. He’s in double jeopardy — if the frisky Mia tries to seduce him, he’s cooked. Mia is also a sneaky cokehead. Keeping her away from drugs may be impossible.
Dolby Vision UHD presentation captures a firm, fine, and filmic look that amplifies the content without overexaggerating it. The carryover sound Quentin Tarantino, love him or loathe him, is a talented writer and fine director with a few solid films under his belt. Reservoir Dogs introduced the world to Tarantino’s unique dialogue followed by this 1994 gem, Pulp Fiction which accomplished a few things including reigniting John Travolta’s slugging career and showing that Tarantino was hardly a flash in the pan writer/director. Tarantino’s last film was the comedy-drama Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie. The filmmaker has said that his next film — his 10th — will also be his last. He plans on transitioning into a career as a writer on films.