Pulp fiction is a 1994 Quentin Tarantino film. It was notable for its extreme use of stylized graphic violence.
Pulp fiction is a 1994 Quentin Tarantino film. It was notable for its extreme use of stylized graphic violence.
All the clocks in the pawn shop are set to 4:20. The rest are set to different times.
They are all set to 4:20
They are all set to different times. People think they are set to 4:20, in relation to smoking marijuana, but those people are wrong. If you think I am mistaken go and watch the movie again!
A: I have five people behind me yelling "4:20". A: You have five very wrong people. They are all set to different times. Some people think they are set to 4:20, in relation to smoking marijuana, but those people are wong. If you think I am mistaken go and watch the movie again!
Ezekiel 25: 17. The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides with the iniquities and tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who in the name of charity and good will shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger, those who attempt to poison and destroy… Read More
The speech comes from the Bible passage Ezekiel 25:17, and is as follows: "The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the iniquities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon… Read More
The characters in Pulp Fiction are as follows: Amanda Plummer as Yolanda/"Honey Bunny" Bruce Willis as Butch Coolidge Christopher Walken as Captain Koons Eric Stoltz as Lance Harvey Keitel as Winston Wolfe John Travolta as Vincent Vega Maria de Medeiros as Fabienne Rosanna Arquette as Jody Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield Tim Roth as Ringo/"Pumpkin" Uma Thurman as Mia Wallace Ving Rhames as Marsellus Wallace
Vincent Vega, by injecting adrenalin into her heart
Vincent Vega and Jules Winfield. Mia and Marcelus Wallace, Pumpkin and Honey Bunny, Jimmie and Bonnie, Butch and Fabian, Zed and Maynard, Brad and Marvin, The Wolf, Lance and Jody.
Vincent Vega (John Travolta) Jules Winnfield (Samuel Jackson) Butch Coolidge (Bruce Willis) Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) Marsellus Wallace (Ving Rhames) Lance the drug dealer (Eric Stoltz) Pumpkin (Tim Roth) Honey Bunny (Amanda Plummer)
We know for certain that both Vincent and Jules knows the combination to the briefcase. At the apartment, Vincent opens the case to check the contents. Jules later opens the case at the coffee shop on Honey Bunny's command. We could assume that at least one person at Brett's apartment knows the combination because he tells Vincent that "it's all there" (referring to the contents of the case.) We can also assume that Marsellus Wallace… Read More
Apparently there all 4.20 although i cant remember now!!
Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta, Bruce Willis, Uma Thurman, Ving Rhames, Eric Stoltz, Tim Roth, and Amanda Plummer.
Yes it is true. Cartooning goes way back to the days of George Washington, also the Civil War and all wars. To this day we often see political cartoons in our newspapers. The idea started to keep the morale up of the Americans and Canadians and other countries that were involved in the war at the time. Propoganda is just a form of "stretching the truth" whether it be true or not. It was also… Read More
No, this is a myth. In related links there is a print screen showing at least one clock not set at 4:20 which quite a few in the pawn shop were set to, but not every clock in the movie. Also, the wristwatch that the boxer's dad sent him is set to 12:12 so that also proves this wrong.
NB: The quote is from Ezekiel (25:17), not Isaiah. This is the quote from the movie Pulp Fiction. The actual scripture is different. "The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the… Read More
It is Dick Dale's rendition of the old greek classic "Misirlu'.
From 30 To 10
Pulp fiction is also a term for fiction printed on cheap paper made from wood pulp and in that sense refers generally to inexpensive paperback books as published in the 1940s through about the 1960s. Many science fiction novels were initially published in this way, before the genre became more widely accepted anf financially rewarding. "Pulp fiction" is also the title of a movie directed by Quetntion Tarentino
He returns to collect his father's watch. In an earlier scene, a flashback from Butch's childhood, we see a character played by Christopher Walken give Butch the watch and tell him how he had received it from Butch's dying father when they were both in a Vietmanese Prisoner of War camp.
The combination of the mysterious suitcase is "666", the "number of the beast.
because he thought that jules would come by and check on him. but he didnt cuz he ''quit'' he said he was done
It was a plot device written into the plot to intrigue the audience. Just like the briefcase in Ronin. It was supposed to be diamonds originally but the writers/director thought that too predictable and boring so they decided to let the audience come to their own conclusions on the briefcase's contents.
Big Kahuna Burger
lots of cream, lots of sugar
Phil LaMarr you may know him as one of the original cast members from FOX's MadTV
It was "666".
Not kidnapped, actually, but held and tortured by racist perverts after they stumble into the pawn shop. Marsellus Wallace (Ving Rhames), and Butch Coolidge (Bruce Willis) are tied up by Zed (Peter Greene from The Mask) and Maynard (Duane Whitaker). Butch gets loose and turns the tables on them. Marvin, the survivor of the Brett shootout, is apparently Marsellus' informant in the drug gang. He leaves with Vincent and Jules, but is accidentally shot before… Read More
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Ezequiel 25:17 The Bible quote from Jules is greatly enhanced by Quentin Taratino. From the King James version Ezekiel 25:17 "I will punish them in my anger and do great acts of revenge to them. They will know that I am the Lord when I take revenge on them" Great movie, great movie line, but the verse was subjected to a lot of artistic license.
The song is playing in the background when Vincent arrives to pick Mia up for their 'date'. She is seen in a media room, watching Vincent through closed circuit cameras and she speaks to him through an intercom. She tells him to get himself a drink and that she'll be down in three shakes of a lamb's tail. When she arrives in the room, the needle on the record player goes up and the song… Read More
John Travolta Samuel L. Jackson Uma Thurman Bruce Willis Harvey Keitel Tim Roth Amanda Plummer Maria de Medeiros Ving Rhames Eric Stoltz Rosanna Arquette Christopher Walken
it was cocaine because if you actually remember the seen where she overdoses you'll see that she is sniffing :D that's wrong, its heroin. you can sniff heroin just like cocaine. Heroin is not allways brown, it can be white and it looks just like cocaine. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5bHeroin_asian.jpg also, she had been doing cocaine all night and she snorted the equivalent of what she had been snorting in heroin, so she ods. Two extreme opposites mixing… Read More
When we hear Mr. Wolf talking on the phone to his auto-wrecking buddy, Mr. Wolf announces that Jules' car is a green 1974 Chevy Nova. When we see the car ourselves, it doesn't really look green, though. It is more of an ivory color with a yellowy-light green tint to it.
the car was green
A "Martin and Lewis" milkshake.
The movie is about 154 minutes long.
Jack Rabbit Slim's It is a fictional restaurant but many restaurants around the world have since adopted the name in tribute to the movie.
Yolanda ('Honey Bunny') is wearing a cowboy boot charm on a necklace.
A necklace with a boot charm.
The song actually starts at the end of the final scene when Jules and Vincent realize that it would be best to leave the just-robbed coffee shop. The song "Surf Rider" is playing as they walk out of the coffee shop and then the film cuts to the end credits with the song still playing. It was written by Bob Bogle, Nole Edwards and Don Wilson and was performed by 'The Lively Ones.
The joke is as follows: " One day there were three tomatoes walking down the street, a mama tomato, a daddy tomato and a baby tomato. Baby tomato is walking too slowly, so the daddy tomato goes back, steps on him and says 'ketchup!' "
No. That can be confirmed as certain actors appear in both films while playing different characters.
The Godfather, easlily.
They've each won one Oscar: Goodfellas for Best Supporting Actor (Joe Pesci) and Pulp Fiction for Best Original Screenplay.
The passage is called: ''Ezekiel 25:17''
Quentin Tarantino (the director)
The last scene shown is the scene in which Vincent and Jules get caught up in the robbery of the restaurant. In the established chronological order, the last scene is when butch and fabian ride off on zeds motorcycle.
In Pulp Fiction, Bruce Willis' character, Butch, smoked Red Apples without filters (they cost $1.40.) They are a brand that director Quentin Tarantino invented. They are also the same brand that Mia Wallace smokes when she is having dinner with Vincent at Jack Rabbit Slims. In other movies, the Red Apple brand is what Tim Roth's character smoked in Tarantino's "Four Rooms". There is a Red Apple billboard shot in "Romy and Michele's High School… Read More
as in the movie title? pulp is a genre of books/magazines that had short stories similar to the stories in the movie. fiction = fiction ... made up
About 272 uses of the F word alone.
The name of the character is Jules Winnfield.
Pulp Fiction was distributed by Miramax Films.
$150.000, not that much, but he got an Oscar nomination and it jump started his faltering career
If Love Is a Red Dress (Hang Me in Rags) - Maria McKee It's on the two disc collectors edition of the Pulp Fiction soundtrack.
There was no character called Mr. Black in the movie 'Pulp Fiction.' If this is in reference to Quentin Tarantino's earlier film 'Reservoir Dogs' in which all of the main characters are named after colors, we are still in the dark as there was no Mr. Black in that film, either. According to Mr. White in 'Reservoir Dogs', played by Harvey Keitel, nobody was going to be named Mr. Black because there was too much… Read More
One: for Best Original Screenplay.
The diner Pumpkin and Honey-Bunny hold up at the start of the movie and where Jules decides he's going to 'walk the Earth' was located at 13763 S. Hawthorne Boulevard, Hawthorne, CA, USA but has long been demolished and replaced with new buildings. Now demolished, the Motel where Bruce Willis is staying after the boxing match was at 2934 Riverside Drive, Los Angeles, CA, USA. The aftermath of the fight scene where Bruce Willis makes… Read More
Danny De Vito
Several, including Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Harvey Keitel, Amanda Plummer, Tim Roth, Maria de Mederios, Ving Rhames, Eric Stolz, and Bruce Willis
According to the Kangaroo page at www.pulpfictionwallets.com the kangaroo also featured in Saturday Night Fever in the scene where John Travolta was getting dressed for his night out. As Travolta was also in Pulp Fiction that's another Pulp Fiction link to it!
It has never been revealed what is inside the case. There have been many theories, mostly stating that there isn't much of a reason for the case. Such theories include that the glowing light is the stolen diamonds from Tarantino's previous film "Reservoir Dogs," the golden Elvis suit from "True Romance," and an Oscar statue. The biggest theory is that the contents are Marcellus Wallace's soul. This can be backed up from many details shown… Read More
Misirlou by dick dale and the del-tones.
One example of literary pulp fiction is the Modesty Blaise series written by Peter O'Donnell. Blaise is the retired leader of the crime ring known as The Network. Orphaned at a young age and forced to fend for herself in Europe and the Middle East, Modesty is fiercely independent. Willie Garvin, a master knife-man whom she found and brought into The Network, is her closest ally. Her connections to British Intelligence through Sir Gerald Tarrant… Read More
No, he did not.
Misirlou Jungle Boogie Let's Stay Together Bustin' Surfboards Lonesome Town Son of a Preacher man You Never Can Tell Girl, You'll be a Woman Soon If Love is a Red Dress Comanche Flowers on the Wall Surf Rider
Based on his actions in the movie, i believe he is a violent athiest with a heroin addiction, and john travolta played it well.
The name of the character is Vincent Vega.
In 'Pulp Fiction', Samuel L. Jackson plays Jules Winfield, one of Marsellus Wallace's enforcers partnered with John Travolta's Vincent Vega. Jackson was nominated for, but did not win, the 1995 Academy Award for 'Best Supporting Actor' for his performance.
Adrenaline is shot directly into her heart.
The object that was inside the briefcase was a fraction of Marsellus Wallace's soul. Or drugs. This notion has been proven wrong many times. Inside the briefcase is what is known as a "MacGuffin" it is purely a plot device. A strong similarity has often been observed with the 1955 film noir Kiss Me Deadly, In which the briefcase contained radioactive material. The idea that the briefcase contains Marsellus's soul gained popular currency in the… Read More
John Travolta Samuel L. Jackson Uma Thurman Harvey Keitel Tim Roth Amanda Plummer Maria de Medeiros Ving Rhames Eric Stoltz Rosanna Arquette Christopher Walken Bruce Willis Lawrence Bender Quentin tarantino just name a few...
'Pulp Fiction' premiered in May 1994 at the Cannes Film Festival. The film was released in the USA and Canada on October 14, 1994.
'Pulp Fiction' was not adapted from a book. Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary are credited with providing the stories for the script and Quentin Tarantino is credited for writing the script. They won the Oscar for 'Best Writing - Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.'
Pulp fiction refers to short stories written in the 50's printed on cheap "pulp" paper. They are epitomized with film noir, crime, horror and scifi stories. The movie "pulp fiction" is a reference to this style of literature.
Dick Dale and the Deltones - Miserlou
Miserlou by Dick Dale and the Del Tones
'Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon'; written by Neil Diamond and performed on the soundtrack by Urge Overkill.
Do you mean Natural born killers ? The song's title is "The future".
Vincent: "In Paris, you can buy a beer in McDonald's. And you know what they call a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Paris?" Jules: "They don't call it a Quarter Pounder with cheese?" Vincent: "No, man, they got the metric system. They don't know what the f*** a quarter pounder is." Jules: "Then what do they call it?" Vincent: "They call it a Royale with cheese." Jules: "Royale with cheese. What do they call a… Read More
girl you'll be a women soon
'Pulp Fiction' has a regular running time of 154 minutes. The 'Pulp Fiction' Special Edition, is 168 minutes.
if you mean the Movie and not the concept..that would be Quentin Tarantino and Ted Avery
Apparently Quentin Tarantino himself doesn't know; originally it was supposed to be diamonds, but he soon realized that was too mundane. Eventually he just decided to leave it unknown, so each viewer could imagine it for themselves. Some fans have speculated that it is Marcellus Wallace's soul, which he had sold to the devil, and which Sam Jackson and John Travolta had managed to buy back from Lucifer for him. This is just a theory… Read More