Watch Plump Fiction
- 1 hr 22 min
Plump Fiction is a satirical comedy film released in 1997. It is directed by Bob Koherr and stars Tommy Davidson, Julie Brown, and Paul Dinello. The movie is a parody of several popular movies, including Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, and Jackie Brown. The movie revolves around the lives of several characters who find themselves in the middle of a series of intertwined and absurd situations. The characters include Jheri Curl, a hired killer played by Tommy Davidson, Mickey, a hitman played by Robert Costanzo, and Mallory, played by Julie Brown, who is a waitress at a restaurant where many of the scenes take place.
The movie takes place over the course of one night as the different characters' paths cross and they become involved in each other's lives. The plot is a mixture of different storylines and anecdotes that all come together to create a cohesive and entertaining narrative.
One of the most memorable scenes in the movie is when Jheri Curl and his partner, Vince Vega, played by Robert Schimmel, are tasked with retrieving a suitcase that belongs to a crime boss. The scene is a spoof of the famous scene from Pulp Fiction where John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson retrieve a suitcase for their boss. Unlike the original scene, Jheri Curl and Vince end up stealing the suitcase themselves and are pursued by the police.
Another memorable scene takes place at the restaurant where Mallory works. Several characters, including Jheri Curl and Mickey, converge on the restaurant, and a firefight breaks out. The scene is a spoof of the famous Mexican standoff scene from Reservoir Dogs, but instead of professional criminals, the characters are all hapless and bumbling amateurs.
The movie also features several musical numbers, including a hilarious parody of Madonna's "Like a Virgin" that Mallory performs on stage at the restaurant. The song is a highlight of the movie and showcases Julie Brown's comedic and musical talent.
Overall, Plump Fiction is a fun and entertaining satire that pokes fun at some of the most iconic movies of the 1990s. The movie doesn't take itself seriously and is full of over-the-top characters and absurd situations. Tommy Davidson, Julie Brown, and Paul Dinello all deliver great performances, and the movie is a must-see for fans of the genre.