Quentin Tarantino’s burst of a movie contained nonlinear and interlocking storytelling that still holds up to this day. It gave extreme shifts between comedy and violence to deliver one of the most influential films of the nineties.
Pulp Fiction would rack in seven Oscar nominations, but it’s the actors and actresses that made plenty of noise. What they’re doing now will surprise anyone, and they’ve had some success and failures following the movie’s release.
Steve Buscemi As Buddy Holly
Buscemi only had a small part, a single scene in the movie as the Buddy Holly costumed waiter. Two years later, he played his iconic role in Fargo, but his long list of notable credits are impressive. He appeared in The Big Lebowski, Mr. Deeds, and Big Fish.
The actor also had TV roles in The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire.