Pulp Fiction (1994)

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Pulp Fiction (1994)

Thriller | Crime
8.5 / 10
Release Date
10 September 1994
2 : 34 minutes
Spoken Language
English, Español, Français
A burger-loving hit man, his philosophical partner, a drug-addled gangster's moll and a washed-up boxer converge in this sprawling, comedic crime caper. Their adventures unfurl in three stories that ingeniously trip back and forth in time.

Cast Overview :

Vincent Vega
by: John Travolta
Jules Winfield
by: Samuel L. Jackson
Mia Wallace
by: Uma Thurman
Butch Coolidge
by: Bruce Willis
Marsellus Wallace
by: Ving Rhames
by: Harvey Keitel
by: Eric Stoltz
by: Tim Roth
Honey Bunny
by: Amanda Plummer
by: Maria de Medeiros
Jimmie Dimmick
by: Quentin Tarantino
Captain Koons
by: Christopher Walken
by: Rosanna Arquette
by: Peter Greene
by: Duane Whitaker
Esmarelda Villalobos
by: Angela Jones
by: Phil LaMarr
Buddy Holly
by: Steve Buscemi
by: Bronagh Gallagher
by: Laura Lovelace
by: Frank Whaley
by: Burr Steers
by: Paul Calderon
Ed Sullivan
by: Jerome Patrick Hoban
Page for Phillip Morris
by: Michael Gilden
Ricky Nelson
by: Gary Shorelle
Marilyn Monroe
by: Susan Griffiths
James Dean
by: Eric Clark
Dean Martin
by: Joseph Pilato
Jerry Lewis
by: Brad Blumenthal
Mamie van Doren
by: Lorelei Leslie
Hold Hands You Lovebirds (archive footage)
by: Emil Sitka
Mrs. Coolidge - Butch's Mother
by: Brenda Hillhouse
Young Butch
by: Chandler Lindauer
by: Sy Sher
Sportscaster #1 - Coffee Shop
by: Robert Ruth
Sportscaster #2
by: Rich Turner
Wilson's Trainer
by: Don Blakely
Dead Floyd Wilson
by: Carl Allen
Gawker #1
by: Karen Maruyama
Hit-and-run Witness
by: Kathy Griffin
Pedestrian / Bonnie Dimmick
by: Venessia Valentino
Shot Woman
by: Linda Kaye
The Gimp
by: Stephen Hibbert
Man No. 4
by: Alexis Arquette
by: Julia Sweeney
Long Hair Yuppy Scum
by: Lawrence Bender
Winston Wolfe's Girlfriend at Party (uncredited)
by: Cie Allman
Bar Tender (uncredited)
by: Rene Beard
Lucky Lady (uncredited)
by: Lori Pizzo
Drug Dealer (uncredited)
by: Glendon Rich
Hopalong Cassidy (uncredited)
by: Devan Richardson
Woman in Bathroom (uncredited)
by: Ani Sava
Michael (uncredited)
by: Philip Ettington

Member Reviews :

The cream of the crop of quirky crime thrillers RELEASED IN 1994 and written & directed by Quentin Tarantino, "Pulp Fiction" (1994) is a drama/thriller/black comedy about two hit men in Los Angeles (John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson), their mob boss & his wife (Ving Rhames and Uma Thurman) and a champion boxer who incurs the wrath of the boss (Bruce Willis). The lurid, droll tale is told in a non-linear fashion, but it's easy to follow and the final act ties everything up nicely. The dialogue's witty and the story maintains your attention, despite its 2 hour and 34 minutes runtime. The film's stylish and pulsates with energy and innovation; it understandably influenced many 90's films and beyond. I put off seeing this iconic picture until almost twenty years after its release because the protagonists are all big city gangsters or somehow involved with 'em. These are lawless people who would kill a person without batting an eye. Their god is money or hedonism. Let ’em shoot each other to smithereens for all I care. But if you can look beyond this and the constant profanities, the film's worth your time. What redeems it for me, besides the all-around entertaining movie-making, is that it's a tale of redemption and the high price of stubborn folly: The wise person recognizes God’s grace and responds accordingly while the fool doesn’t and blithely goes on his (doomed) way. Once a person receives grace they naturally extend it to others. There are additional gems spiced throughout. Both Travolta and Jackson shine here. There are several other celebrities on hand, like Harvey Keitel, with many in cameos, e.g. Christopher Walken; not to mention several formidable females, like curvy Julia Sweeney (Raquel), cutie Maria de Medeiros (Fabienne), Angela Jones (Esmarelda) and voluptuous Susan Griffiths (Marilyn Monroe). BOTTOM LINE: If you're in the mood for a quirky crime drama/thriller you can't go wrong with "Pulp Fiction." It's top-of-the-line in every way, including the subtext. THE FILM WAS SHOT in the Greater Los Angeles area. ADDITIONAL WRITER: Roger Avary. GRADE: A