Walter Paisley, a busboy at a cappuccino bar called the Jabberjaw, is praised as a genius after he kills his landlady's cat and covers it in plaster. Pressured to produce more work, he goes after bigger subjects.
Anthony Michael Hall,
cast:Paul Dinello, Tommy Davidson, Julie Brown, Jennifer Rubin, Pamela Segall, Matthew Glave, Dan Castellaneta, Sandra Bernhard, Tim Kazurinsky, Robert Costanzo, Kevin Meaney, Colleen Camp, Jennifer Coolidge and Kane Picoy.
my review and plot summary:I love Pulp Fiction, therefore I was thrilled to see this movie. Like Pulp Fiction, we start out in a restaurant with a couple of folks talking, except instead of Tim Roth doing a monolouge, we have Sandra Bernhard, who was just so over the top with her cameo, it was scary. Other than her extremely poorly acted role, the other performers did a good job. Tommy Davidson did an excellent parody of Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Costanzo's small role as Montello(ala Marcellus) the exterminator boss was very funny. The script was pretty bad, but hey, it's a spoof. This movie follows three plot lines. The first is Jimmy Nova(Dinello) and Julius(Davidson) doing their job, then Jimmy taking out his boss's wife Mimi(Brown). The second is the Natural Blonde Killers, who are two tag team wrestlers who want to kill Gulliver Stone for making a movie about them, and they also win a match that bossman Montello payed them to lose. Pamella Segall plays Vallory and does a dead on Julliette Lewis. The third story is Reservoir Nuns, about strippers posing as nuns trying to get revenge that they deserve. One last notable performance is Kane Picoy doing another dead on role as Chris Walken Kringle. Also the choice of music in this movie is really good.
my review-2/4 stars. 76 minutes. rated R for violence, language and some relatively mild sexual innuendo.
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