Considered to be one of the best movies of all time, Pulp Fiction was premiered in 1994 to rave reviews from critics and audiences. Quentin Tarantino’s second film became an instant classic for his cast performances and the use of non-linear narrative. However, there are people who, to this day, don’t know some of the most important stories that made this film a massive success.
If you read the Bible, you’ll find that the passage recited by Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson) is not accurate. That’s because it’s an homage to the scrolling text at the beginning of The Bodyguard, a 1973 martial arts-film starring Sonny Chiba.
The Vega Brothers
Tarantino revealed in the 90s that Vincent Vega, John Travolta’s character in Pulp Fiction, and Vic Vega, Reservoir Dogs’ Mr. Blonde, were brothers. He even said that he was planning a prequel where the two brothers showed up. Unfortunately, due to several issues, the idea was scrapped.