Pulp Fiction (1994)
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Note: the three stories play out-of chronological order.
A burger-loving hit man (John Travolta), his philosophical partner (Samuel L. Jackson), a drug-addled gangster's moll (Uma Thurman) and a washed-up boxer (Bruce Willis) converge in this sprawling, comedic crime caper. Their adventures unfurl in three stories that ingeniously trip back and forth in time.
- Carl Allen [Dead Floyd Wilson]
- Alexis Arquette [Fourth Man]
- Peter Greene [Zed]
- Stephen Hibbert [The Gimp]
- Phil LaMarr [Marvin]
- Burr Steers [Roger]
- John Travolta [Vincent Vega]
- Frank Whaley [Brett]
- Duane Whitaker [Maynard]
- Uma Thurman (Mia Wallace) [revived]
- The word "fuck" is used two hundred sixty-five times.
- Captain Koons (Christopher Walken) is most likely related to "Crazy Craig Koons" from Django Unchained (2012).
- Harvey Keitel convinced his friend Bruce Willis to take part in the film, knowing that Willis had been a big fan of Reservoir Dogs (1992).
- Uma Thurman originally turned down the role of Mia Wallace. Quentin Tarantino was so desperate to have her as Mia, he ended up reading her the script over the phone, finally convincing her to take on the role.
- Jules flipping the table over in the beginning was improvised by Samuel L. Jackson, and Frank Whaley's reaction was genuine, but they continued with the scene, and it was done in one take.
- Daniel Day-Lewis wanted the role of Vincent Vega, but Quentin Tarantino turned him down in favor of John Travolta.