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Plump Fiction (1997)

Follows the plot of Pulp Fiction (1994). Scenes from other movies are also parodied.

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Julius
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Mimi Hungry
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Viv
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Bumpkin
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Priscilla, Queen of the Desserts
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Les
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Crispin Maraschino
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Vallory Cox (as Pamela Segall)
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Sister Sister
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Lee
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Follows the plot of Pulp Fiction (1994). Scenes from other movies are also parodied.

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From the producers who saw "Pulp Fiction", "Reservoir Dogs" and "Braveheart"

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Comedy | Crime

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Rated R for strong language and some comic violence | See all certifications »
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23 May 1997 (Poland)  »

Also Known As:

'Zoumeri' apostoli  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$37,260, 17 May 1998, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$71,145, 28 May 1998
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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The scene in the restaurant, when Mimi chews ice cubes is a parody of a coke advertisement of a lady sucking ice cubes. See more »

Goofs

Mimi and Jimmy start dancing on one table in the restaurant. However, in the shots where we cannot see their feet, they are obviously using more than one table because of the distance between them. See more »

Quotes

Sister Batril: One of us is not a stripper. One of us is a lyin' bitch who's fuckin' Montello, and now she's fuckin' all of us!
Sister Ruth: Who are you callin' a bitch, you fuckin' ho?
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Sister Ruth: You couldn't table-dance your way out of a paper bag!
Sister Batril: [gets out her gun] Ooh, you fuckin' mother-fucker!
Kandi Kane: Hey, Sister Batril, relax!
Sister Batril: She said I couldn't table -
Kandi Kane: [cuts her] I know what she said! And I said relax. So put the gun away. I said put the gun away!
Sister Batril: [does so] I could win a fuckin' Nobel Prize for table-dancing.
Kandi Kane: Everybody has to...
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Crazy Credits

The director, Bob Koherr, is listed after the "Grip" entry as "Not really a grip, but plays one on TV" See more »

Connections

References Kung Fu (1972) See more »

Soundtracks

Godzilla Stomp
Written by Harold Bronson and Fred Grabert
Performed by The Wedge
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Plus, there's Sandra
1 May 2000 | by See all my reviews

All films should begin with an opening monologue by Sandra Bernhard. It's so hard to fail after the inimitable Sandra sets the mood. Parody such as Plump Fiction can either soar or fail miserably. I was pleasantly surprised to see PF in the former category. A clever script, an excellent cast, and a ubiquitous tongue in cheek kept this little underground gem glittering. Particularly memorable components were: well, the inclusion of Julie Brown, which is always a good thing; a brilliant and unexpected cameo by Jodie Foster's "Nell"; and the show-stealer was a brilliant send-up of Juliette Lewis's white trash Natural Born Killers heroine.

And then there's Sandra, of course.


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