By Brian M. Raftery
August 20, 2002 at 04:00 AM EDT
Pulp Fiction: Kobal Collection

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”Reservoir Dogs” may have made Quentin Tarantino the indie whiz kid, but Pulp Fiction catapulted him to enfant terrible status, and rightfully so: Eight years after its surf-guitar opening, ”Pulp” — like its namesake, guilty-pleasure inspiration — is still hard to put down. Fittingly for a movie that drew from so much movie-nerd knowledge, the new DVD edition packs in plenty of pop-culture study aids, including footage from the 1994 Cannes film festival, an all-Tarantino edition of ”Siskel & Ebert,” and just about every ”Pulp” piece ever written. The only thing missing is Tarantino himself; though he appears on a new making-of documentary, the famously motormouthed helmer doesn’t provide a sorely needed commentary track.

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