Plump Fiction (1996)




Movie Info

This obvious spoof on Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction features exterminators Jimmy and Julius who parody hitmen. Marsellus and coke-addict Mia are replaced by compulsive eater Mimi and husband Montello. Wannabee writer Bunny arrives with Forrest Gump-like Bumpkin. Psychos Nicky and Vallery disrupt the storylines, as do some nuns with guns.
Rating: R
Genre: Comedy
Directed By: Bob Koherr
Written By: Bob Koherr , Bob Koherr
In Theaters: wide
Rhino Entertainment


Sandra Bernhard
as Bunny Roberts
Pamela Adlon
as Vallory
Jennifer Rubin
as Kandi Kane
Phillipe Bergerone
as Jean-Claude
Robert Costanzo
as Montello
Jennifer Coolidge
as Sister Sister
Nada Despotovich
as Sister Batril
Karla Tamburrelli
as Sister Ruth
Simbi Khali
as Sister Sledge
Paul Provenza
as Crispin Maraschino
Lea De Laria
as Mr. Purple
Tim Kazurinsky
as Priscilla
Molly O'Leary
as Waitress
Kane Picoy
as Christopher Walken Character
Scott LaRose
as Karaoke Customer
Riki Rachtman
as Clerk No. 2
Al Septien
as Cop No. 1
Judy Tenuta
as Rhonda
Jimmie "J.J." Walker
as Stingy Customer
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Critic Reviews for Plump Fiction

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Full Review… | March 25, 2009
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July 3, 2001
AV Club
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Full Review… | February 13, 2001
Los Angeles Times
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October 10, 2005

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March 15, 2004

Possibly the most 'unfunny' movie ever made.

March 12, 2004
Juicy Cerebellum

Audience Reviews for Plump Fiction

one of the best under rated spoofs out there very hard to find this film. I have a theory that tarantino bought them all up, this film explains all his movies, and he doesn't want you to know what he knows, and i have been smoking something fierce and am really high, still, why is this movie so hard too find, i will ask q.t when i see him and see what he says, i'll just go down too the video store, oh wait im still really stoned, and dl killed all the videostores, and i had it,no more tipping waitresses

mike hawke
mike hawke

Ummmm, no. Let this one run one late night as I did other stuff and even then, it was less than entertaining. My love of all things Tarantino kept it on to see if a funny moment could pop out of this spoof. One didn't.

Nicky Mo
Nicky Mo


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