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Pulp Fiction (1994)

aka Pulp Fiction

"Just because you are a character doesn't mean you have character."

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Details: 154 mins · English, Español, French · R (USA)


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Parts of this movie is just appalling and then parts is greta,I love the talking between Samuel L. Jackson and John T.

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Must see

Just the funniest movie ever made - if you have a certain sense o fhumor

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I just love Quentin Tarrantino, enough said.

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Small Vincent Vega
Small Jules Winnfield
Small Mia Wallace
Small Butch Coolidge
Small Fabienne
Small Marsellus Wallace
Small Wolf
Small Lance
Small Pumpkin
Small Honey Bunny
Small Zed
Small Jody
Small Maynard
Small Paul
Small Brett
Small Buddy Holly
Small Captain Koons
Small Raquel
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Small Jimmie Dimmick
Small Man No. 4
Small Winston 'The Wolf' Wolfe
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Small Marvin
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Small Quentin Tarantino Director
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Small Danny DeVito Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Lawrence Bender Producer
No_movie_poster Andrzej Sekula Director of Photography
No_movie_poster Michael Shamberg Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Stacey Sher Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Ronnie Yeskel Casting
No_movie_poster David Wasco Production Design
Small Roger Avary Screenplay
No_movie_poster Gary M. Zuckerbrod Casting
No_movie_poster Charles Collum Art Direction
No_movie_poster Sandy Reynolds-Wasco Set Decoration
No_movie_poster Betsy Heimann Costume Design
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Small Roger Avary Story Contributor
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"Just because you are a character doesn't mean you have character."

"Girls like me don't make invitations like this to just anyone!"

"From the creators of 'True Romance' & 'Reservoir Dogs'"

"You won't know the facts until you've seen the fiction."


The Diner

"Pumpkin" (Tim Roth) and "Honey Bunny" (Amanda Plummer) are having breakfast in a diner. They decide to rob it after realizing they could make money off the customers as well as the business, as they did during their previous heist. Moments after they initiate the hold-up, the scene breaks off and the title credits roll.

Prelude to "Vincent Vega and Marsellus Wallace's Wife"

As Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson) drives, Vincent Vega (John Travolta) talks about his experiences in Europe, from where he has just returned: the hash bars in Amsterdam, the French McDonald's and its "Royale with Cheese." The pair—both wearing dress suits—are on their way to retrieve a briefcase from Brett (Frank Whaley), who has transgressed against their boss, gangster Marsellus Wallace. Jules tells Vincent that Marsellus had someone thrown off a fourth-floor balcony for giving his wife a foot massage. Vincent says that Marsellus has asked him to escort his wife while Marsellus is out of town. They conclude their banter and "get into character" which soon involves executing Brett in dramatic fashion after Jules recites a baleful "biblical" pronouncement.

Release Dates:

Theatrical : 1994-10-14 : United States of America

DVD : 1998-05-20

DVD : 2011-04-26

DVD : 1998-05-19