Slightly more of a stretch as nothing changes at the diner due to her action, but Wallace, too, could have spent less time in the bathroom and not done cocaine, which led to an eventual overdose.Just like "Modesty Blaise," perhaps this movie is bathroom fiction.At Jack Rabbit Slims, Mia Wallace tells Vincent Vega about the pilot she starred in called "Fox Force Five." In "Pulp Fiction," it never got picked up, but what if it ended up getting revived as a movie starring Wallace a few years later. This is not the only connection "Pulp Fiction" has to other Tarantino movies.Wallace describes the other girls in the force, "There was a blonde one ... Vic Vega from "Reservoir Dogs" is Vincent Vega's brother.Most people think of this as a huge set design mistake and it is one of the classic big ones. The theory is that the assailant, unbeknownst to him, was attempting to kill them with a fake gun which is "why the revolver on the gun doesn't rotate when it shoots." This explains how the assailant could miss so many times at such a close range and puts Winnfield's belief that this was a miracle in further question.
At the diner, if he hadn't been reading "Modesty Blaise" in the bathroom, he probably wouldn't have let Jules Winnfield talk calmly with the robbers.And you will know I am the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon you.This isn't how the Bible passage actually goes in real life (in any translation) as it's pulled from the intro of a 1976 Sonny Chiba movie called "The Bodyguard." But what if in Tarantino's universe, the Bible was actually more hyper-violent.After reading a few of these, you won't be able to watch the movie the same way again.The briefcase is used as a Mac Guffin, which is a plot device that moves the story forward, but ultimately has no explanation.The first shot of him was of the back of his head, complete with band-aid.