Pulp Fiction gave John Travolta's fledgling career a shot in the arm, launched Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman to stardom, and consolidated
the star power of Bruce Willis. This movie also brought the beast known as Quentin Tarantino into the limelight. Garnering 7 Oscar nominations
and winning one for Tarantino's screenplay, the movie became a box office smash, grossing over $200 million on a budget under $10 million.
Today, Pulp Fiction is considered one of the greatest movies ever made. For a movie with an A-list star cast and crew, it is surprising to
know it was an independent production, so much so that Travolta was paid less than $150,000 for his performance. Be it Marvin's death,
Jules spouting verses from the Book of Ezekiel, or Vincent and Mia's jig, the movie is a part of pop culture today and if you haven't watched
it yet, you don't know what you are missing.