The film is an anthology of three interconnected stories. Events kick off in a restaurant with Pumpkin (Tim Roth) and Honey Bunny (Amanda Plummer) holding up the staff and customers. They're hardly as scary though as hitmen Vincent Vega (John Travolta) and the bible-quoting Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) who work for crime boss Marcellus (Ving Rhames).
Next we meet the washed-up boxer Butch (Bruce Willis), who is getting his orders from Marcellus to throw his next fight. Only at the last moment does it become more profitable to renege on the deal. So Butch goes on the run. Meanwhile Vincent is assigned to take out Marcellus' wife Mia (Uma Thurman). This is dangerous because Marsellus had a man thrown out a window for giving Mia a foot massage. One wrong step and Vincent could find himself in deep trouble.
Release date: October 14, 1994
Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen -> Quentin Tarantino, Roger Avary
Best Actor in a Leading Role -> John Travolta
Best Actor in a Supporting Role -> Samuel L. Jackson
Best Actress in a Supporting Role -> Uma Thurman
Best Director -> Quentin Tarantino
Best Film Editing
Jules' character was originally written to have a gigantic afro, but a crewmember obtained a gerry-curled wig instead. The production schedule did not permit correcting the mistake.
The word fuck is used 271 times.
Vince Vega, is the brother of Vic Vega, (Mr. Blonde) from Reservoir Dogs (1992).