Pulp Fiction Turns 25, See Where It Ranks In The Battle of Movie F-Bombs


Scene from Pulp Fiction

Quentin Tarantino's iconic masterpiece Pulp Fiction, turns 25 today. The movie was released in the United States on October 14, 1994 and would become one of the most influential films of the decade. It made Tarantino a household name, Uma Thurman a star, and revitalized John Travolta's acting career.

One of the things Pulp Fiction is most famous for is its use of profanity, the f-word was used a whopping 265 times. However, that isn't a record - even for Tarantino, who used it 269 times in his previous movie, Reservoir Dogs. But even at that, Tarantino doesn't come close to director Martin Scorsese when it comes to dropping f-bombs. Here are all of the movies (27 to date) that have dropped more f-bombs than Pulp Fiction.

# F-Bombs Dropped:

935 Swearnet: The Movie (2014)

857 Fuck a documentary on the word (2005)

569 The Wolf of Wall Street (569)

435 The Summer of Sam (1999)

428 Nil by Mouth (1997)

422 Casino (1995)

392 Straight Outta Compton (2015)

367 Alpha Dog (2007)

326 End of Watch (2012)

318 Twin Town (1997)

315 Running Scared (2006)

313 Sweet Sixteen (2002)

311 Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat (2002)

305 Menace II Society (1993)

300 Goodfellas (1990)

297 Narc (2002)

296 Harsh Times (2006)

291 Made (2001), Another Day In Paradise (2001), and Pride and Glory (2008)

280 Dirty (2005), and I'm Still Here (2010)

278 Jarhead (2005)

274 Bully (2001)

271 State Property 2 (2005)

270 Brooklyn's Finest (2010)

269 Reservoir Dogs (1992)

265 Pulp Fiction (1994)

List compiled by Wikipedia. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

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