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GTAVPulpFiction

We’ve seen Scooby-Doo, The Powerpuff Girls,  and even Teletubbies using Grand Theft Auto V‘s Rockstar Editor, so seeing Pulp Fiction remade in the city of Los Santos feels more grounded in reality than we’re used to from the movie-making community.

A YouTube user going by the name “Adam Pinkman” recreated the iconic apartment scene from the Quentin Tarantino classic. For anyone not familiar with the film, this scene takes place at the pivotal moment when a very angry man, portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson, attempts to find out what another man looks like, no matter the cost. More or less.

Be warned that there’s a bit more objectionable content here than in most other GTA fan videos, but nothing worse than what you’d find in the game itself.

Adam Pinkman has also posted a side-by-side comparison of the original scene from the movie and the re-creation.

GTA V remake of Pulp Fiction asks what Marsellus Wallace looks like

By Spencer Campbell | 01/14/2016 12:36 AM PT | Updated 01/22/2016 06:12 PM PT

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GTAVPulpFiction

We’ve seen Scooby-Doo, The Powerpuff Girls,  and even Teletubbies using Grand Theft Auto V‘s Rockstar Editor, so seeing Pulp Fiction remade in the city of Los Santos feels more grounded in reality than we’re used to from the movie-making community.

A YouTube user going by the name “Adam Pinkman” recreated the iconic apartment scene from the Quentin Tarantino classic. For anyone not familiar with the film, this scene takes place at the pivotal moment when a very angry man, portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson, attempts to find out what another man looks like, no matter the cost. More or less.

Be warned that there’s a bit more objectionable content here than in most other GTA fan videos, but nothing worse than what you’d find in the game itself.

Adam Pinkman has also posted a side-by-side comparison of the original scene from the movie and the re-creation.

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