MCA Shows Unedited Version of Pulp Fiction; Kids F***ing Love It

The Stapleton MCA knocked the ball out of the park last weekend when they opted to go with the unedited version of Pulp Fiction, pleasing parents and kids alike.  “At first I thought it was going to be sh*tty,” said nine year old Abby Gates.  “But after 10 minutes, I thought it was f%ck@ng awesome!”  Surprisingly, kids were able to understand the dry and witty humor of Terrantino’s cult classic.

“I really liked the part when he said to the guy, ‘Say, when.  Say when again mother f&ck#r, I dare you, I double dare you mother f*ck#r.’ Then he shot him.  I about p$ssed my pants,” said Gates.

Parents admitted they were a little shocked by the language they allowed to go unedited in the film.  “I always loved the film, so I thought it would be neat to have the kids see it,” said Mike Hodges.  “I forgot how much swearing was in it.  At first, I was disappointed they were showing all the swearing, but honestly, without the swearing, the movie is not near as good.  I didn’t want the kids to miss out on that.”

Early in the movie, there were a lot of uncomfortable stares between kids and parents, but as the movie went on, tensions eased and families laughed together.  “Sure, they were kind of confused during the scene with “the gimp,” but they didn’t completely understand the original Star Wars either,” says Hodges.

The MCA was at first apologetic, but admitted that the flood gates are open now.  “It was not like what we remembered from watching it in college,” says President Kampstra.  “As we heard more and more laughs, we knew we were on to something and will continue to show these classics.”

In the next two months, the MCA plans to show Animal House, Blazing Saddles, The Jerk, Airplane, Slapshot, and the first hour of Full Metal Jacket.  Bring your beer, your blanket, your sense of humor, and definitely don’t forget the kids.

 

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