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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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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tommy Davidson ... Julius
Julie Brown ... Mimi Hungry
Paul Dinello ... Jimmy Nova
Sandra Bernhard ... Bunny Roberts
Colleen Camp ... Viv
Dan Castellaneta ... Bumpkin
Robert Costanzo ... Montello Hungry
Matthew Glave ... Nicky Cox
Tim Kazurinsky ... Priscilla, Queen of the Desserts
Kevin Meaney ... Les
Paul Provenza ... Crispin Maraschino
Jennifer Rubin ... Kandi Kane
Pamela Adlon ... Vallory Cox (as Pamela Segall)
Jennifer Coolidge ... Sister Sister
Shawn Michael Howard ... Lee


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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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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






Release Date:

23 May 1997 (Poland) See more »

Also Known As:

'Zoumeri' apostoli See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$37,260, 17 May 1998

Gross USA:


Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

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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 »


Obvious stunt double when Bumpkin is hit with the car in the beginning. See more »


Nicky Cox: Damn that Guliver Stone!
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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 Do the Right Thing (1989) See more »


Written by Ray Stevens and Bill Everett
Performed by Ray Stevens
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The problem is that we've heard the joke before... and it was never funny
18 January 2005 | by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviewsSee all my reviews

I've never understood this type of spoof movies. You get some serious/semi-serious movie that everyone knows about and takes the seriousness out of it through immature fart-jokes and such. We've seen it many, many times, and it's never really been funny. It's just an easy way to laugh at something you don't understand, in my opinion. This seems to be one of the more obscure and less liked of the genre, though I honestly don't see anything in this that is much worse than that of Spy Hard or Hot Shots. This movie, as is clearly understood simply from the title, concentrates on making childish fun of Pulp Fiction. That's the main reason I decided to watch it, as I found that film to be overly indulgent of Tarantino's sick mind and powerfully overrated. I had hoped for one or two good jokes, making fun of the overly violent and pointless type of movie that Pulp Fiction was in every aspect, in my (anything but) humble opinion. I was sorely disappointed. The plot is pretty much a rip-off of Tarantino's film, with a few scenes spoofing other, often better, films, in the same childish and humorless fashion. The pacing is poor, and often you'll sit there, being able to guess the outcome of every scene, predicting every joke, often thinking of a better one at the spot, bored out of your mind. The acting is bad. The characters are clichés and stereotypes, and are intentionally paper-thin in order to make fun of the characters they're based on... problem is, it doesn't work. It just makes the movie that much harder to sit through. The humor is juvenile and lame. The only positive thing I can say about this film is that they managed to find some actors that looked like the people they were supposed to look like. The film is an awful waste of the actual real actors involved. Possibly slightly entertaining to fans of the typical spoof movies of the same kind. I recommend this only to people who truly loathed Pulp Fiction, or fans of the Zucker parody films. Everyone else: avoid. 1/10

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