MAN this was fun to see in a theater! It might have had something to do with the fact that the Biggest Fanboys Ever were sitting in the row behind us, laughing in anticipation of certain scenes and quoting the dialogue, but I think it was also just the sheer fact that we were watching Pulp Fiction on the big screen. So fucking awesome.
I could probably wax poetic about the whole movie experience or even about the movie, but I guess what I realized mainly is that: I have never really watched this movie before. Not from the beginning to end without any cuts in it. It’s always been that I would see parts of it on TV or even when I sat down to watch it decisively, something would always come up and call my attention.
I still stand by my opinion that PF is important for being entertainment, maybe not so much for the history of film. It helps that I can’t figure out what it is about (or maybe the point is that it’s not about anything at all?). The thing is, it must be some kind of Important because everything scene and 75% of the dialogue has become easily recognizable in our pop culture subconscious.
It’s mainly fun though. It’s mainly a crazy trip. That’s so excellent!