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“I suppose it's understandable why Pulp Fiction lost to Forrest Gump. Gump was a schmaltzy, heartwarming little movie whereas Pulp Fiction didn't really do anything of note, did it?
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One of my favorite scripts and movies, this poster is styled after those pulp fictions that usually have great titles like "Candid Confessions: I Lived and Loved Like Starr
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“JUDAS!! TRAITOR!!! You put his most famous work at the BOTTOM!!?! Yes, as I said in my list of hyped movies that left me dissapointed, you CANNOT hype a movie worse then this one
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“Heard EVERYWHERE in late 94 and when I saw it after seeing too much hype on TV, holy cow it wasn't what I expected and left me cold. I've seen it a few more times and it has it's
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“The idea of anyone even considering a remake of Pulp Ficiton would give me a heart attack.  It's strikingly originally... and stylistically incredible with quick, snappy and witty
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Pulp Fiction
is a crime drama film released on October 15, 1994 and produced by Miramax Films. The film was directed and written by QuentinTarantino and assisted by Rober Avary.  Pulp Fiction was produced by Lawrence Bender, and starred John Travolta, Uma Thurman, BruceWillis, Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Amanda Plummer, maria de Medeiros, Ving Rhames, Eric Stoltz, Rosanna Arquette and Christopher Walken.

Pulp Fiction tells the story of two mob hit men, a boxer, a gangster's wife and a pair of diner bandits that intertwine in four cases of violence.  After its release the film received 40 nominations, and celebrated 43 wins and an Academy Award in 1995for Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directy for the Screen.

 It was given an MPAA rating of R and runs 154 minutes.


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