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January 09, 2005

Hebrew, mother@%#$, do you speak it?!

Sam_jacksonVincent: Do you know what they call a Quarter Pounder in Israel?
Jules: No.
Vincent: A Mc-Ro-yal
Jules: A Mc-Roy-yal?
Vincent: That's right. And guess what they call the pita bread with the turkey meat?
Jules: No
Vincent: A McShah-wah-rma
Jules: So a guy just walks into McDonald's and says, " I'll have a McShwarma, please"
Vincent: Yeah....but they don't say "please" in Israel.

(From Waxy. The guy in the trunk says in Hebrew: “Why am I tied up?”)

This is a movie that lends itself to parodies. Here’s the Christmas combination, “Does Santa look like a bitch to you?”, creating a Tarantino / Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer mash-up. More about the Rankin/Bass Productions

Remixing vintage pulp fiction art as commentary about our mixed-up world

Final lame joke: 3 tomatoes are walking along.. papa tomato, mama tomato and baby tomato. Baby tomato is lagging behind so Papa tomato goes and squishes him and says "catchup"

Even "Foxtrot" goes Medieval

Everything you need to know about Big Kahuna Burgers Here

January 9, 2005 in Cinema - "Pulp Fiction" | Permalink


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Posted by: McShwarma at Jan 9, 2005 9:54:27 PM

Don't get me wrong. I liked Pulp Fiction a lot when it came out, but I think if I have to see it even listed one more time on cable I'm calling The Cleaner.

Posted by: vanderleun at Jan 10, 2005 2:38:17 AM

Would you give me a foot massage? I'm kinda tired

Posted by: McShwarma at Jan 11, 2005 1:12:39 AM

Everybody know Quentin Tarantino stole his career from Roger Avary. Well, everyone who has a brain anyway.

Posted by: Come Clean Quentin at Mar 15, 2005 7:24:01 PM

Wow, I never heard of the guy Avery! I'll check him out.
Judging by his public image, I could never stand Tarantino's projected personality, but I always found Pulp Fiction, and even more so, True Romance, as good a movie, as any American film.

Posted by: Hanan at Mar 15, 2005 8:22:00 PM