Low Budget Movies That Later Became Massive Blockbusters

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Pulp Fiction

This cinematic masterpiece is often called Quentin Tarantino’s best work, and the critics agreed. The unique thriller/crime/comedy movie made $212 million in sales.

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Paying Pulp

The movie’s legacy lives on, and all based on an $8 million dollar budget. John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson probably contributed to the high grossing. It won an Oscar for best original screenplay.

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The More You Know

  • The skeletons in "Poltergeist" are not props. They are real human skeletons.
  • Enya was James Cameron’s first choice to compose the music for Titanic.
  • During the filming of The Grinch, Jim Carrey sought counseling from a Navy SEAL to learn torture-resistance techniques in order to handle the extensive makeup.
  • Jennifer Lopez was the first actress to have a movie and an album hit number one in the same week.
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