Corrected entry: According to the book, the briefcase in Pulp Fiction was the soul of the character with a Band-Aid on his neck, which explains why there's so much emphasis on the Band-Aid; that's where his soul was taken out. It also explains why John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson did not get shot, and why the briefcase glows when someone opens it and how everyone is amazed when they see what's inside.
Corrected entry: The adrenaline injection scene is loaded with factual errors. First, a nurse's textbook would never contain information about intracardiac epinephrine injections (no nurse would ever perform such a procedure). Second, the instruction to pierce the breast plate in order to hit the heart is erroneous as no needle is strong enough to pierce solid bone. Finally intracardiac injections are only done when the chest has been opened, never through the chest wall (due to the risk of lacerating a coronary artery and causing a fatal heart attack).
Corrected entry: Only in Germany is a McDonald's Quarter Pounder known exactly as a "Royale with Cheese" ("Royal mit Käse"). The closest otherwise is the French or Portugese "Royal Cheese" but Jules specifically mentions Amsterdam, and a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Holland is just a Quarter Pounder with Cheese. Many countries which use the metric system don't bother renaming products that use imperial measures. It's a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Australia, too. Vincent's observation about "Royale with Cheese" being the name of the quarter-pounder with cheese in Amsterdam applies - albeit to Germany, where this has been the official name of the burger for 40+ years.
Corrected entry: After Butch leaves his apartment and is stopped at a stoplight, Marsellus stops in front of the car and Butch attempts to escape, in the process hitting Marsellus. When Marsellus stirs, his eyes flutter open once and you can see that his eyes are blue. Except, when he stands up and says, "I'll be damned." it is clear that his eyes are a dark brown. (01:34:55)
Corrected entry: When Bruce Willis shoots John Travolta John falls back and lands in the bathroom and the door closes. When Bruce goes to open the door we see him put his hand on the blood spot and start pushing the door open, but when we see the door opening from the inside his hand is much lower on the door and below the blood spot.
Corrected entry: Scene when Esmerelda is driving Butch in the Cab: Butch asks for one of her cigarettes, and she complies giving him a smoke and a light with a match. When she lights his cig with the match the flame on the match is still burning. But, when the camera shot changes, to a close-up of Esmerelda lighting the cigarette, Esmerelda's match has gone out, without her shaking the match out, or anyone blowing the match out. How did the match go out? (01:12:20)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Bruce Willis shoots John Travolta, we can see the impact of bullets that hit Travolta on his body between his waist and neck. However, in the next shot when Travolta is in the bathtub, he is only bleeding from around his belly button and the impacts around his chest are gone.
Corrected entry: When Vincent goes to pick up Mia for their date, he enters the home. Mia, who's watching him on closed-circuit TV, tells him over the P.A. system that she's on the intercom. Vincent asks where is the intercom. Mia tells him it's on the wall. Now, there's no indication of how Mia can hear Vincent's question. So unless Mia can read lips, how could she know what he was saying and respond accordingly? (00:32:25)
Corrected entry: During the Bonnie Situation when Jimmy of Teluca Lake is talking about when his wife will be home, an hour and a half or 9:00, if you add an hour and a half to the time on the clock behind him it does not equal 9:00.