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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Prizefighter Butch Coolidge has decided to stop payment on a deal he's made with the devil. Honey Bunny and Pumpkin are young lovers and small time thieves who decide they need a change of venue. Meanwhile, two career criminals, Vincent Vega and Jules, go about their daily business of shooting up other crooks that are late on payments to their boss. While one is asked to baby sit their boss' dangerously pretty young wife, the other suddenly realizes that he must give up his life of crime.

Cast

  • Tim Roth
  • Amanda Plummer
  • Laura Lovelace
  • John Travolta
  • Samuel L. Jackson
  • Phil LaMarr
  • Frank Whaley
  • Burr Steers
  • Bruce Willis
  • Ving Rhames

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • Quentin Tarantino was quoted as saying that Butch is responsible for keying Vincent's car.
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Goofs

  • (at around 40 mins) The level of the milkshake in Jack Rabbit Slim's varies.
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Quotes

    • Butch: Will you hand me a towel, Miss Beautiful Tulip?
    • Fabienne: Ah, I like that. I like tulip. Tulip is much better than mongoloid.
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Metacritic

100

It is an exhilaration from beginning to end. It's the movie equivalent of that rare sort of novel where you find yourself checking to see how many pages are left and hoping there are more, not fewer.

Metacritic review by Mick LaSalle
Mick LaSalle
San Francisco Chronicle
100

Pulp Fiction is at least three movies rolled into one, and they're all scintillating.

Metacritic review by Rick Groen
Rick Groen
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
100

Like Citizen Kane, Pulp Fiction is constructed in such a nonlinear way that you could see it a dozen times and not be able to remember what comes next.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times