Pulp Fiction (1994)

Pulp Fiction (57:42) Rated very R for very R-rated language…but check out our substitute for the N word!

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It’s funny, it’s violent, it’s jammed with F’s, it’s brilliant and it’s…full of forgiveness? Quentin Tarantino’s opus to L.A. hitmen & scumbags is as influential as a modern movie can get. John Travolta got his career back while Uma Thurman & Sam Jackson hit stardom because of this. So rewatchable! Get your Sparkplug Coffee (lots of cream, lots of sugar), then dig into the Pulp.


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Pulp Fiction on Wikipedia

Tim Roth on IMDb

Ving Rhames on IMDb

Eric Stoltz on IMDb

Roger Avary on IMDb

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1994 in film

1994 Academy Award winners & nominees

Tarantino & Avary’s Oscar acceptance speech

Tarantino and his crew talk about Pulp

Royale With Cheese

Jules gives his Ezekiel 25:17 speech to Brett

Marvin gets shot in the face

Mia gets adrenalized

Jules’ redemption

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November 2nd on the T100P: The Shawshank Redemption