Plump Fiction Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for Plump Fiction the Movie

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The movie that proves beyond a doubt that when you make fun of Quentin Tarantino, you should stick to his truly horrible acting. Instead, this spoof attacks his already over-the-top characters from "Pulp Fiction" and "Natural Born Killers." Julius (Davidson) and Jimmy (Dinello) are the loser hit men, and Mimi (Brown) is the gangster's wife. You see, Mimi has a substance abuse problem, but it's not cocaine. It's food! She's fat, get it? Ha! Ha ha. Ha? Hmm. Intersecting storylines feature Nicky (Glave) and Vallory (Segall, doing a dead-on Juliette Lewis) as "Natural Blonde Killers." The only redeeming scene is that of Kane Picoy as "Christopher Walken character," doing an uncanny impersonation of the king of the psychos.

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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 82 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Genre Spoofs
Screenplay
Bob Koherr
Cast
Tommy Davidson, Julie Brown, Sandra Bernhard, Paul Dinello, Dan Castellaneta, Colleen Camp, Pamela Segall, Kevin Meaney, Matthew Glave, Jennifer Rubin, Robert Costanzo, Phillipe Bergerone
Cinematography
Rex Nicholson
Director
Bob Koherr
Music
Michael Muhlfriedel
Producer
Gary Binkow, Stephen Nemeth, Rhino Films, Legacy Releasing

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