“Pulp Fiction” is the second feature film by wild moviemaker and director and writer Quentin Tarantino, the writer/director of the “Kill Bill” movies and of “Reservoir Dogs,” his first movie. In “Pulp Fiction,” which stars John Travolta and Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, we meet Jules and Vincent (Jackson and Travolta) who are two brutal hit-man. The fellas are out to get a stolen suitcase back to the mob boss they owe it to. Meanwhile we see the story of a boxer who double-crosses the mob (Willis) and has to take it on the run from the same mob boss, Marsellus Wallace (played by Ving Rhames). “Pulp Fiction” was nominated for Best Picture and Best Actor, as well as Best Director, back in 1994, and won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Tarantino.