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Plump Fiction (1997)

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





Cast overview, first billed only:
Mimi Hungry
Jimmy Nova
Bunny Roberts
Montello Hungry
Nicky Cox
Priscilla, Queen of the Desserts
Crispin Maraschino
Kandi Kane
Vallory Cox (as Pamela Segall)
Sister Sister


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"


Comedy | Crime

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong language and some comic violence | See all certifications »




Release Date:

23 May 1997 (Poland)  »

Also Known As:

'Zoumeri' apostoli  »

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$37,260 (USA) (15 May 1998)


$37,260 (USA) (15 May 1998)

Company Credits

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


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 »


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 »


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?
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 »


References I Dream of Jeannie (1965) See more »


Soul Dressing
Written by Steve Cropper, Al Jackson Jr. & Booker T. Jones
Performed by Booker T. & the M.G.s
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Plump Fiction: 5/10
7 July 2004 | by (Anywhere, USA) – See all my reviews

Ever since Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker broke up, we've been hard pressed to find good parody movies. The Scary Movies gave us a laugh or two, but nothing like Airplane! or The Naked Gun. Plump Fiction is a hit-or-miss parody of Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Natural Born Killers, and other violent, (usually) Tarantino movies. Some of it works, some doesn't, but after a while, you just want to quit.

Jimmy (Paul Dinello) and Julius (Tommy Davidson) are two exterminators who are sent by their boss Montello (Robert Costanzo) to eliminate rodents from Nicky (Matthew Glave) and Vallory (Pamela Segall) Cox's apartment. Jimmy also has to take Montello's plump wife Mimi (Julie Brown) out to lunch. Throw in some references to the overbudgeting of Waterworld, some Priscilla: Queen of the Desert and Forrest Gump, and that's Plump Fiction.

The movie starts off well. It's almost scene for scene with Pulp, and with some very funny bits poking fun at Pulp, such as Jimmy's fascination with telling people what they call things in different countries. Basically, most of the parodies are pretty funny, until about halfway through the movie. Then it gets boring, unfunny, and repetitive. The whole Reservoir Nuns gag was one of the worst things I've ever seen. It's just a bunch of people in nun outfits cursing. For ten minutes. Plump Fiction does have its moments, and Tommy Davidson is awesome, but ultimately, it fails in becoming a lasting parody. It's almost like an SNL skit turned movie. None of those work out.

My rating: 5/10

Rated R for strong language and violence.

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